Got antsy over the new big body Lexus and since recently illustrating the sweet VIP rides of @mfxn0tserp and @nat7272 I wanted to get the jump on the LS500. I must admit, when I first saw the official release photos I was a little disappointed, I mean it looks a lot like I would have predicted. I wanted something that surprised me... and now that I see this lowered with some appropriate footwear and a shocking color, I love it.
I've spent over an hour trying to track down owners of some rare Toyotas for this project, but at least when I need to find a dope late-model big-body lexus it only takes seconds. Enter @nat7272's LS460L, VIP to the bone. Now only 39 variants left in my quest to illustrate every Toyota model ever sold in the US.
It's official. @mfxn0tserp's LS430 is the hottst VIP build in Hawaii. Super Street has decreed it so. As a former LS400 owner and a future LS460 owner, this kouki UCF30 tingles my jealousy nerve. And now he's building a lifted 4Runner and documenting the progress on his Instagram account. I'm gonna follow along.
It's another Lexus kinda day today, so let's check out @simondelorme's LS400. Gray, stanced properly and sitting on what look like some black XXR 527s, this car reminds me of my own 95 LS400 from back in the day.
I've been a longtime member over at clublexus.com and forum member MrMark has probably one of the craziest late-model big-bodies that I've seen. Widebodied with some 21" Super Star Leon Hardiritt Jagers filling the wheel wells, and just about every other LS accessory you can imagine, this ride has it all.
This was my first truly nice vehicle and even with 100k on the clock it looked, drove and felt like a new car. Tein coilovers and some budget Axis wheels looked nice enough, right?