I’ve come to the realisation that, if I don’t post photos on the blog within a couple of days of taking them, I never get round to posting them at all. As a result, I’m going to be making sure I’m as proactive as possible with getting blog posts uploaded as I realise there are many people that do appreciate reading these posts.
It’s been a few months since I first posted about my recently purchased P10 Primera, my first foray into modifying a FWD car since my last EK Civic in 2011. In terms of the old adage of smiles per mile/per pound, it’s proven to be an absolute gem so far.
That’s not to say that P10 ownership has been without its problems but, in reality, you can’t own any 25 year old Nissan and not be prepared for some hiccups if you’re actually out there and using it.
I found this footage from early 2015 on one of my old hard drives. Alex’s S14 had just been fitted with URAS aero and WORK VS-XXs and was then driven to one of the first Three Sisters drift days. Shortly afterwards, it was driven to Lydden Hill for Round 1 of that year’s British Drift Championship.
While I was at Tokyo Auto Salon I’d been tipped off about a small drift event that would be taking place at Meihan the following Wednesday, organised by the N-Style crew (Naoki Nakamura etc.). The only problem was that the weather forecast was predicting heavy snow, so I held off making any travel plans until the day before so as to ensure that the weather wouldn’t be too extreme.
Josh from Graphix-D has spent the majority of today applying the new livery he designed to Dan Joyce‘s Low Origin S15. As soon as the car was ready, we drove it out for a few photos in the freezing cold as everyone was so happy with how the look turned out. It’s 1am now but I’m too eager to share some pictures with the world, so here are a few for you to see. Next up, Alex‘s S14!