Do you wonder how I got inspired into modified car culture? If so, please keep reading this my article...
I didn't use to like modified cars. I associated these ricer cars from YouTube videos. I prefer to keep my vehicles to how they came from the factory.
My mindset partly changed when I messed around with the Rocket Bunny and Liberty Walk widebodies on Forza Horizon 4. Why? I loved how the wider stance made the motors a sportier stance and gave an individual spin.
Then, my perspective entirely changed when I photographed some widebody cars at a couple of cars festivals in the summer. My favourite widebody car was the MX-5 at the Trentham Transport Festival for its green and gold livery.
Widebodies tend to give cars a fresh spin, whether that's an athletic appearance or, a wild character. Yeah!
If the owner is happy about their build and shares it to the world, you feel a sense of effort and uniqueness to the build. It's great to collaborate and showcase their car in the best light.
When the next time you look down at someone's modified car, whether its aesthetic, or performance orientated. Realise someone's poured time and effort to showcase their build to the world.
Secondly, it's super rare seeing a ricer car in the wild. The owner's likely an enthusiastic car guy, who likes to go all out with their ride.
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