For spotlight features during events, we usually show one car at a time here at Custom Pinoy Rides. But since these two were paired together in the recent Trans Sport Show like father and son, we thought it looked awesome if we featured them together. Why? Because two generations of epicness is better than one. And besides, the Trans Sport Show’s theme for this year was “Driving Generations”.
Pictured left is Coy Enriquez’ Rocket Bunny Toyota 86, and right is RR Dagon’s Toyota AE86 Black Limited version. And I’m sure you’ll agree that both of them are epic in their own special ways. Agree?
Read on to find out more about these two beautiful rides…
Though these two cars are from different generations, there is one thing that they both share in common that is popular today – aggressive lip. But still, the wheel choice for each of them are still period-correct.
Coy Enriquez’ “Blue Bunny” 86 actually bagged the 2013 Trans Sport Show’s Best of Show Contemporary award, along with the Best 86, and Best Imported Body Kit award. Why wouldn’t it? The Rocket Bunny is probably the most eye-catching 86 body kit around. And for even more visual impact, apart from installing the body kit, Alex Car Restoration also meticulously repainted the car powder blue, from its factory ultramarine color.
After which, the car was then sent over to Emperor Motorsports for a slew of performance upgrades to match the aggressive looks, such as a supercharger for more go, and better brakes for more stopping power.
The black limited version Trueno, on the other hand, is RR Dagon’s project car that had been worked on by Racetech Autocraft Fastlane. Apart from the visually-appealing super awesome exterior you could only get from a black AE86…
…the inside of the engine bay is even cooler. Look at that! I could have drooled but didn’t want to tarnish the gold chrome. It’s super clean and wire-tucked too! Who says you need crazy engine swaps to stand out? This 4AGE is the coolest thing you’d want to see under the hood of this car. Agree?