These pictures were taken soon after I did the following work:1) lowered car2) changed wheels3) colored lower bumpers to match body color4) painted used... Show more OEM side skirts with matching body color and installed (99 E320s did not have color matching rocker panels and lower bumper trims) Show Less
Additional exterior mods include:a) Rota N1R with Kumho Ecsta tires. Tires have decent grip and great value for performance. The rims are heavy, but I believ... Show moree I was one of the first to get it (bought from the distributor) in the US.b) RB Type II style bar, custom windblocker and RB rear deck. I wouldn't have gotten the style bar had I known what I ultimately wanted to use the car for: some track time. I'll sell this unit at some point, and hopefully find the guts to cut my rear deck to accomodate a rollbar. I've just recently installed a Hard Dog Sport Single Diagonal Bar for Thunderhill. Fun!
c) Classic fuel lid I bought this from Leni Metro used. The suspension was great out the box, but I've upgraded to Eibach Pro Kits, Koni adjustables and RB sway bars.
This is how the car looks like when I take it to rare autocross events. SF SCCA requires membership to participate, and you only get three runs at that. My membership has since lapsed...
Where do you get these, anyway? Show Less
Ace at the Las Vegas AutocrossThe last two pictures were taken before and after Ace installed his rollbar and changed tires. He claims the car felt unbeliev... Show moreably stable, but he still managed to lose to Lloyd.Lloyd has come back to his senses and bought a sleeper. It's a 91 Miata with an early FM turbo kit, complete with hardtop, 1.8L brake upgrade, HDSD rollbar, and extras. I really hate him now. Ace finally found some class. The Vegas Boys have raised the bar, with intercooled turbos and go-fast goodies. We'll have to see if that translates to low times on the track. Show Less