Wednesday 08 July, 2015

Wide Presence

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The first time I saw this S2000, I knew a closer look was warranted. In a world that is dominated by Rocket Bunny, and over fender add-ons This S2K stands apart….A WORLD APART. Not that I have an issue with Tra Kyoto, and their ever growing theme of Rocket Bunny everything. It can be a…

Wednesday 03 December, 2014

Maniac State Of Mind

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Maniac State Of Mind: Danny’s Proton Persona Location: Streets of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia The stance and fitment trend has spread across the world in places far and wide. In a little pocket in South East Asia, Malaysia is no exception. Despite the fact that roads here tend to be in terrible condition and car prices are…

Wednesday 17 September, 2014

Satu’s S2K


Satu’s S2K Fresh off the pages of USDM FREAX Magazine Volume 11, Satu Basanow’s S2000 is once again taking in the spotlight with our latest Feature on SNTRL. For Satu and his S2K, which he affectionately nicknamed, Eleanor, it’s been a journey of sorts.  Two years in the making, his prior build for the Honda…

Thursday 14 August, 2014

Influential Status


INFLUENTIAL STATUS  |  Photography by P R A V A N Photography The art of modification allows a car enthusiast the opportunity to take a blank canvas, and have them mold and create something that is expressed through the path of modification. The common route for this expressions are the eye-catching, attention-grabbing forms that we…

Saturday 26 July, 2014

Street Perfection


STREET PERFECTION Photography for SNTRL by Tyler Witt Meet David Bruzewski. EVO fanatic, builder and driver. While the quality, skill and effort is second-to-none when he is planning then building his cars, this is only half  of the equation. It’s once his projects are ready to be put to the test that completes his story. For quite…

Monday 23 June, 2014

Looks Fast


At first glance,  Thomas Zebrasky’s Toyota Celica conjures  flashbacks of Toyota’s ad campaign a few years back, with the slogan, “Looks Fast”. And although they were quite humorous, showing a parked Celica getting all kinds of attention for “looking fast”, there was no doubt the Celica had some aggressive lines, a decent curb weight and some-what respectable…