Sunday School 2015 – Part 3

Today we carry on with the Sunday School photos, with part 3 of the coverage!

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Before I start though I want to provide a link for those who haven’t seen it yet – over on ill.motion now are more of my photos, which make up part 2 of iM’s coverage of the show. Click the link below to check that out, and if you haven’t yet be sure to view the other posts as well!

http://illmotion.com/5th-annual-illmotion-sunday-school-show-shine-part-2/

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Partway through the show I decided to wander up the hill a bit for a better view of the venue. This is just about all of the show; as you can see quite a number of cars filled the lot. Space seems to have become an issue with how fast the show sells out but there’s no denying that this remains a great location. The downtown skyline makes a great backdrop for photos, and after the show ended many people moved their cars over to the back row to grab some shots.

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Once back down off the hill, I made my way over to ill.motion’s group of cars to carry on with the photos. Corey’s S2000 started off the row.

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Punit’s GS really has been transformed this year with the new lip kit and refinished wheels.

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Aldrich’s S6 no longer has to worry about winter with the recent acquisition of his CR-V – which not surprisingly is already modified too. The wagon sits on Don’s old LE37s now which really suit it well.

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Jason seems to be itching to change-up his FR-S so I’m excited to see where it goes from here. I sense a GT wing coming.

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The always evil-looking Porsche Grey Black S2000 finished off this row. Side note – Grey Black is officially one of my favourite OEM colours. Ever.

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It was good to see Brad’s supercharged, K-swapped SiR out.

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Along with his silver Integra seen beside Brad’s Civic (last photo), Alex also had his TL and S2000 at the show. Still really liking the ZE40s…

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Clean and tidy with a touch of CF from the Mugen intake.

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Corey and Ryan had team AP2, and apparently over here was team AP1. Next in line was Justin’s on TEs.

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After that was Aldo’s S2000, looking clean as always. The rear flares are a great addition.

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Instead of adding to the Ap1 population and bringing his Amuse S2000 like he did last year, Errol had his RSX instead.

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I am still a fan of the two-tone look achieved by having the engine bay painted a different colour. I thought this S14 pulled it off rather well.

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Along with the green Rocket Bunny FD seen at the start (from our group), there was also the black example that I had seen at Driven earlier this year. I see that since then, the wheels’ centers have been refinished as they were gold previously.

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This S14 was ridiculous – in a good way. Check out the height of the wing!

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This 240, which has been seen at GE previously, was #uptonohood (that’s what the decal in front of the radiator reads) and showing off its super clean LS swap.

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Last but not least, the always-recognizable Consulier. I have no idea who owns it as I’ve never seen who it is that drives it, but it’s certainly had a busy year so far making appearances at meets and shows! It had to be one of the rarest vehicles – if not the rarest – at Sunday School but the owner doesn’t seem to be afraid to drive it around.

That’s it for today, but more is coming! I still have a couple more posts for Sunday School in the works so stay tuned!

-Bill

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