Subiefest was this past October and as our very first event attending as a vendor, I’d say this has been a very successful run! So many of you guys came out to visit our booth and check out our Subaru products. It was tiring, but fun day for all of us here at iJDMTOY and we couldn’t have done it without our Subaru WRX on display, thanks in part to Jordan To.
If you are looking to amp up the brightness of your BMW to make it the most attractive luxury car on the streets, there are few better options than going for HID. There are several reasons to install an HID kit. They provide three times more light than standard halogen bulbs. They also consume less energy. Finally, they not only improve safety aspects of your BMW, but also enhances its style to make it a head turning, neck breaking performance car. If this sounds like the upgrade for you, then the best place to start the conversion process is the HID ready retrofit lens fog lights.
Subiefest is coming up and we are gearing up for our first attending event as a vendor. Yes, for the first time, iJDMTOY will have a presence at a car show, showcasing our prime Subaru items! Attendees will have a chance to check out such items as the LED daytime running light fog bezel, LED turn signal housings, and the feature of this blog the front tow hole adapter license plate relocator!
The Chevy Silverado special editions are as rugged as rugged gets. Today standard edition Silverados hold their own in terms of their rough and manly exterior, and has vastly improved in aesthetics and engine performance. But for the beefiest and most testosterone-injected pick-up truck, it HAS to be a special edition Chevrolet Silverado. It doesn’t matter if its the Redline, Custom Sport, or Special Ops version; its body size, special head lights, and driving performance is certainly a major step up. However, the Silverado can ALWAYS get more rugged. How? With a 50″ curved 288W LED light bar.
The almighty Mitsubishi Lancer EVO. Once Subaru’s biggest rival and now an extinct breed. Back in the day the Lancer Evolution and the Impreza WRX STi were the two names that came to mind when it came to performance cars. Their storied rivalry that lasted a quarter century recently ended when Mitsubishi released the final 2015 year model Lancer Evo X, which looks almost exactly the same as the previous model, dating back 2008.
Though this Mitsubishi is actually the Lancer EVO VIII, the body type is legendary and will always have a place in the hearts of performance enthusiasts. To me, it’s the perfect body to showcase as an itasha car.