It's always cool when Alex calls me up and asks me to do a feature for Sleeper Forest. Now here's my take, my Vizion, yes pun intended, of Rep Ya Ride 2019!
Barbados’ largest car show, happened in April, I know I’m late with this, but a lot has been happening outside of writing for the website. We have some really cool content coming and I’m excited for it. Car shows this large you’d have to be there to experience it, to fully understand it, but I’ll share my top 30 photos. Enjoy this Rep Ya Ride Gallery.
Highly boosted engines are not ideal when using pump gas. This is why, having a healthy diet is important to this build. This engine is making upwards of 38 psi of boost, and this is made possible by good old corn juice.
Every project needs to start somewhere, and bodywork was definitely on the top of the list along with suspension (more on that in another update), especially when you have a couple mini rust craters on the roof.
When you’re asked to think about a Toyota built sports car from the 90s, more than likely the Supra would spring to mind almost as quickly as it accelerates. But what if you’re told to think of something a little smaller? Celica, Levin? How about the Starlet? The Toyota Starlet Glanza V was the entry to the Toyota sports car brotherhood, but by no means is it to be taken for granted. With a punchy engine, go-kart like handling and so little weight that you have to pin it down when you park, the Starlet Glanza V is a potent little pocket rocket.