Bart’s PS13

On one ordinary day I was driving on the highway in my Miata which I had at the time and someone drove past me signing and waving with his phone which was showing a picture on instagram of the car that I was driving. That’s the story about how I came to know Bart.

I’ve known Bart for quite a while now and took some pics and shot a video of his PS13 some time ago. But since I am absolutely in love with this car I don’t mind revisiting this car with a blog post.

Bart’s PS13 is one of the cleanest PS13’s I’ve ever seen. Although I’m typically not a fan of big wheels on a stock body this car does look good the way it’s stanced.

Funny thing is that this car has the engine of my old S13, a SR20DET from a Type-x RPS13. It’s stock and Bart made it look extremely clean.

The car is sitting on SSR Professor SP1’s. Front: 17×9 et3 215/40 Hankook Ventus Evo Rear: 17×9.5 et5 235/40 Hankook Ventus Evo with BC racing coilovers. It has S14 front arms and S14 hubs to make it 5×114.3 lug pattern.

The brick headlights look so good to me, it’s the only headlight that works on that car. The fact that the car is completely stock body and the perfect color combination makes it one of the best looking PS13’s.

Video down below:

Levi’s E36

Levi’s Japanese inspired E36

Levi and I have known each other for a little while now and I’ve been wanting to make a short video of his car since forever. Although because of limited time from both sides it just didn’t happen.

We’ve found a spot in our schedules and finally made the video happen. This spot happened to be yesterday.

Levi’s E36 is inspired by Japanese culture and it’s running Musk overfenders with SSR professor wheels. This gives the car an awesome hotboy look which is very popular nowadays.

While shooting this video I realized how comfortable the car still was which was unlike what I thought It would be like.
It’s running Camaro shocks on the rear with 18k springs, crazy stiff you would think, but it’s actually not that bad. The car feels like any other E36 I’ve been in so far.


After the first skid Levi did, he told me that he just did his first transition in drifting. I wouldn’t have asked him to do such a thing if I knew he wasn’t experienced with doing it, but luckily it ended up being awesome footage. After some repeats for some more footage Levi nearly crashed close to a ditch and traffic sign. We laughed about the broken bumpermounts when hitten the grass and went home.

This car to me is what an E36 should look like sliding, Low, Stanced and Japanese inspired.

Thanks Levi for your time!