14 Gulf-liveried cars bought in just two years.
Talk about your dream garages: somebody out there with a Bill Gates-sized bank account has purchased no less than 14 of the most notable race cars to wear Gulf Oil livery.
Enkei wheels, sticky Toyo tires and some major StopTech friction.
There's a major flaw in the tuning scene. The main focus is always horsepower; how to get the most of it for the least amount of coin. And while being power-hungry is not a character flaw, you need to be smart. When building a car, you need to focus on every area, because with 500hp, stock, worn-out suspension, mushy brakes and standard all-season tires aren't going to cut it.
In the Evo world, if you're not making more than 400 whp, you're doing it wrong. We decided to do it right.
Mitsu's Evo IX came from the Okayama factory packing the sufficiently capable 4g63 mill, but sufficiently capable is way beyond our standard of awesome. With a few quick mods, that motor can be tuned to cause rictus
smiles in living.
One photographer snaps some pics from within our dream world.
Oh, James Glickenhaus, how we adore you. (In a totally heterosexual way.)