The harsh Korean winter is almost around the corner, so I had to get prepared before the snowstorm hits the area and somehow affects my cars.
I decided to store the two lowest cars (BCNR33, JZA80) to my home garage and leave the ECR33 to Mr. Lee's garage for more parts overhaul and visual upgrade.
Also, the front lower lips of the stock BNR34 bumper has been painted with the same body color, as the black stock ones didn't quite go well with the Nismo-esque exterior.
The SSR wheels on the BCNR33 was temporarily removed and replaced with R33 GT-R stock wheels with snow tires, just in case when the R34 breaks down and needs some time to get it fixed.
So it's basically a Plan B for the all-wheel-drive car which is quite helpful during harsh winter.
As you can see, I made Supra's ride height about half an inch higher than the previous setting to increase the stability and prevent the bottom from rubbing the road surface.
But unfortunately Supra will be stored for a while until the snowstorm goes away.
So basically this is my winter plan! Also, speaking of ECR33...
It's currently in this condition with lots of VW Harlequin inspired paintjob, and pretty much whole panels are replaced except few are still original.
I've acquired this PS Duce R33 full kit from local Facebook market for about V$800, because the previous owner was tired of scraping and damaging the bumpers.
I had to move the license plate to the right because the front intake could be blocked, and mostly it doesn't look that great.
Also, one of the hardest find, was the ECR33 Aero Grill for V$ 200, which came with only a handful of trims. Pretty lucky find!
I sold the AVS6 for V$ 2000 to Mr. Lee and he wanted to fit those to his RPS13, and I haven't decided which wheels to put next.
Probably OG TE37s or maybe one of those chrome SSR hotboi wheels?
Also the interior goodies arrived safely before the holiday season.
The VERTEX Forever steering wheels and the BRIDE VERTEX racing seats are installed for better aesthetics, and much better driver stability while driving.
It's still a wet season so I didn't decide to respray the whole car, but it will be repainted as Nismo 400R White.
Some might think retaining the two-tone would be better, but with those PS Duce Kit and the original paint scheme aren't my bread.
Also I've planned to get a livery that matches with @11000rpm's JZX in Japan for future drift matsuris!
Also, stuck in snow is not a great feeling after all Coming Soon!