Thursday, 2 May 2013

Camber Cima


The brilliant thing about cars like this is that they always elicit knee-jerk responses along the lines of 'well that's stupid, what's the point?' which, of course, is itself entirely missing the point. I mean, what's the point of carrying out any modification to a car, really?
The extraordinary negative camber that this Y33-generation Nissan Cima is running all round is testament to two things: the lateral approach to engineering expertise of its owner, and the broader point that modifying a car is about making it individual and unique. And hey, it gets people talking...
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1 comment:

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