As i mentioned in my earlier post about USDM styled wagon R’s that these Kei’s can almost be done in any style and this one is no exception.
For a country with very limited parking spaces, filled with copious amounts of cool Zokusha parts, and Tax brakes for driving kei cars, there’s no wonder why some resort to styling there little Wagon R’s this way.
Shaved windscreen wiper and water jet, rolled guards, small kit with a style suited front lip and painted in metallic purple
Running a modified rear live axle cut and welded to run camber, this fits 14×7′s on the rear quite nicely and adds to the style of the car.
Some times it makes me sad thinking that these were available to Australian’s and not many people bought them, add to that the current resale value of these is amazingly high compared to other better selling cars of there time. a wagon R new was around 12K where now there still around 6k… after 10 years that’s good resale.
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