Week in and week out the #FeatureThis inbox and Instagram feeds continue to fill with images of you guys enjoying your vehicles across the planet.
Today brings us yet another solid group of machinery from Skylines to vintage Chevys, and even a Lowrider Toyota MR-S. Check it out.
(Above) AE86, Winson Chan from Hong Kong
R33 Skyline, Markus Pyy from Finland
KE70 Corolla, Phil Matthews-Frederick from Australia
E46 M3, Sam Herz from California, USA
Lexus SC300, @secretdrift from Instagram
1966 VW Beetle, Josiah from Tennessee, USA
R34 Skyline, Alan from Malaysia
Scion FR-S, Jean-Sébastien Girouard from Canada
Toyota MR-S, @kazyahman from Instagram
R32 Skyline, Mitch from Australia
’56 Chevy, @gasoline_junkie from Instagram
1986 Toyota Cressida, Tyler Wald from Ohio, USA
1989 Peugeot 205 GTi, Dave Stopforth from the UK
Hyundai Genesis Coupe, Jake from the USA
1997 Nissan Maxima, Pete Menegakis from Massachusetts, USA
EF Honda Civic, @mk2glenn from Instagram
Datsun 510, Kyler from Oregon, USA
Nissan March, Tan Thomas from Singapore
AW11 MR2, Jeff from Canada
’66 Chevy Nova, @66supersport from Instagram
If you have a cool car or build story that you think is worthy of being featured on Speedhunters, drop us a line at email@example.com . Please make sure to include your name and location, as well as some basic details and specs, along with at least 5-10 photographs. Photos should be no less than 800 pixels wide and in .JPG format.
Of course you can also join in by using the #FeatureThis hashtag on your favorite social media service and keep track of what’s happening in the #FeatureThis department by visiting http://featurethis.dev.speedhunters.com/ .
That is a quick maxima. The guy that owns it does a lotta custom work on DSMs and Evos. He is building a highly customized Evo 1 with a bunch one-off suspension pieces. That max went door to door with my buddies Evo9 thats puttin over 300 to the wheels. Don't sleep on that Nissan.
Can someone explain the difference between #Featurethis and #Iamthespeedhunter and submitting build stories/project car details through firstname.lastname@example.org?
Are the hashtag options just a way to share personal rides/cool cars spotted while the actual email submission is to see if SH wants to write an article on a build?
I am interested in submitting my car in the future, as it's become a heavy project car over the last 7 months... Just wanted to know what the best way to share with SH would be.
That Nova is sick! The SC300 needs a damn good correction detail though (ouch!). FRS is looking tasty too. I think they really suit a lightweight wheel and a chunkier tyre than most of the demo cars seem to be running right now.
i dont normally find muscle cars attractive...but my gosh!!! that Nova just looks plain SICK!!!!! that one should be featured!