We wrap up the rest of the car photos with Part 3 of the 21st Trans Sport Show coverage. Here we look at cars from Jworks Unlimited, Starbright Bodykits, and other various notables.
The first of four Jworks Unlimited creations is this 1998 Mercedes Benz, in striking electric blue. The AMG logo proudly emblazoned atop its grill means this car isn’t just for show, but will give you your money’s worth on the track too.
The massive chin on this 2006 Porsche Turbo S is indicative of the kind of downforce needed to keep this beast under control.
A fully decked out minty green 2001 Porsche Boxter S, styled from head to toe.
Being a Porsche, the audio setup is found in the front end (makes me wonder if guards in malls get training to know which end to open when dealing with different cars…)
The sign on the show said otherwise, but I am pretty sure that this is Green Lantern’s daily driver…
…I mean, look at those rims glow green!
Another Jworks Unimited Benz, this 1998 SLK 230 stood out with its gold finish.
The New Autodresscode had this 2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe on display, sporting extra wide front inlets to feed its equally large 3.6L engine
Bace Garage with their 2009 Honda Jazz… it was very nice of them to list down all the custom work made to their vehicles…
…with the rear suspension getting the J’s Racing treatment.
TSL Marketing had a 2007 Honda Jazz in full Rockford Fosgate gear. I had a similar setup in my Civic a few years ago, and let me tell you… my ears are still ringing!
Ford Fiestas are a very common site on Philippine roads these days, so a little sprucing up will certainly keep yours stand out.
One of the more angular bodykits I’ve seen on this 2010 Mitsubishi Lancer, which complements the main design elements of the current Mistubishi line very well.
The bodykit of this 2012 Chevy Spark, with a more unobstructed grill as compared to stock.
A 2012 Porsche Cayenne by Starbright Bodykits. And just in case you were wondering, that isn’t carbon fiber…
…but crocodile leather!
Stay tuned for more 21st Trans Sport Show coverage here at Custom Pinoy Rides.