Let’s continue, with Part 2 of Sunday School coverage!
Honestly I wasn’t planning on having this post up until tomorrow, but had enough photos edited to put it together now. It picks up where yesterday’s left off and continues through a few more rows of cars. I don’t yet know exactly how many parts I’ll split all of this into but there are still many more photos to come. ill.motion has also started posting coverage now and of course Jason is working through his too, all together providing lots to look through.
First up today – a really tidy, LHD targa-top Supra which shows the stock body lines still look amazing after all these years. Here you can also spot Team Condiments in the background (Mustard, Mayo, Ketchup).
These silver R34 GT-Rs looked great together and definitely turned a lot of heads. The one on the right managed to turn the aggression up quite a bit with a few select aesthetic tweaks.
To make it even better, right next to these two was an S15. We Canadians really are pretty fortunate when it comes to importation laws.
Naturally there were a number of R32 Skylines in the show as well. Giuseppe’s here was sporting a new Rocket Bunny diffuser.
These 86s made another good pair. On the left there was what appeared to be a factory-spec example while on the right, a V8-swapped and caged version. They were equally impressive for the different approaches taken.
This purple wrapped S15 was actually originally planned to be part of our group for the show but unfortunately wasn’t fully finished in time. In the end VEX brought it out anyway so show-goers could take a look. I was looking forward to seeing it in person so I’m glad I was able to.
I always enjoy seeing what the Dub Dynasty guys are up to with their builds.
It was so hot for most of the day that I couldn’t cover the whole show in one go. I had to split it up into a few trips with pit-stops in our tents to get out of the sun and cool off. Some of the guys had picked up drinks and popsicles to fill our cooler and in no time most of the popsicles had melted…that didn’t go as planned.
Obviously liveries have come back in fashion and many different approaches to this have been seen, but Matt’s is by far the most unique I’ve ever come across. Instead of relying on paint or vinyl for his livery, he used chalk! His whole Civic was coated in chalkboard paint and then everything was drawn on by hand afterwards.
This probably divides opinions but I think it’s awesome! I wonder how many sticks this took?
I’ll admit I didn’t expect to see a Fusion in the show, but sure enough there was one! Dominic even texted me when he saw this, wanting to make sure I didn’t miss it.
Mario was quite drawn to this Civic for its timeless exterior. Hard to go wrong with TEs and some subtle cosmetic tweaks.
Lowcals’ group had an impressive selection of cars, many wearing white paint too.
This G35 looked pretty good. I’ve always liked partially painted/wrapped CF hoods, showing off just a little bit of the weave.
Another Supra, this time a RHD model.
Being surrounded by the white cars certainly made this yellow R32 stand out that much more.
Paul from Garage Box brought his EK to the show – always immediately recognizable with its silver and green colour scheme.
This thing was unexpected, but awesome. Having a Suburban of this generation, I immediately made a bee-line to it when I saw it. I’m constantly being told by few certain individuals that the Suburban needs to be bagged…you know who you are.
Another unexpected vehicle – this X6M. I had recently seen this for the first time at Cars and Coffee and really liked it.
Like the R34s and 86s seen in this post, another cool pair consisted of these Evo Xs with Varis kits. The owners took slightly different approaches as you can see – I believe the air system in the gold-wrapped X is a newer addition.
This shot helps to illustrate the height difference between the two. You can see how the gold Evo’s side skirt is just about touching the ground.
I’m ending today’s post here, with another one of Team Revere’s cars; this silver wagon. I hope to get Part 3 posted this weekend and my set of photos for ill.motion is ready and waiting to go up. Keep checking the sites for more from Sunday School 2015! Thanks for looking!