Teazer: VWClub Table Mountain Meet & Greet

Mr Riyaad International informs me about this little get together happening on this past saturday (19th Feb) and said some guys from PE came down for the U2 concert that was hosted in the Cape Town, Green Point Stadium. To my surprise the event had a great turnout.
Here’s is a teazer, more to come soon..

Hondas + 1 Dub [Part 2]

Some more pics of the hookup. If you guys feel like your rides are worthy of being on capestance, or you’re having a meet and greet that is of an extraordinary nature and want it to be featured on CapeStance; drop me a mail at tauriq@capestance.com

Photos By: Tauriq Ajam (RT Photography)

A couple of Hondas with a hint of slammed VDUB

A couple of friends of mine had hooked up for a meet and greet and thought I’d invite some friends along too, this is how it turned out.. The resident Black Duo pitched and a couple of sweet other rides, the Infamous Skunk2B20 (The white ballade with Mugen Fin) and the super slammed and top styled Karmen Ghia…

Photos By: Divan Shepherd (Div Photography)

The Black Duo [Part 2]

In a world where ricers want to be tuners it has become difficult to tell these two styles apart. These two Hondas are prime examples of Cape cars, where its pure style and no rice. These cars have lots of time and money put into them to get them to where they are today. Adeeb’s civic is probably one of the best on the roads today. What started out as an ordinary civic is now an extra-ordinary car. Everything is done just right. The ideas and influences come from the land of the rising sun, yes none other than Japan. Although the Jap cultures have been influencing the market quite a lot lately, he has still managed to make the car stand out from the rest. This is the list of mods that were done to the car.

Removed the modified bumper and replaced it with the original bumper.
Removed the 17” rims, tints, aerial, rear wiper, side indicators, audio system and rear oem badge.

Exterior:
Imported the mugen front lip, type r rear lip together with the type r grill.
Settled with the Extended Type R Rear wing after trying 2 other type r wings before that.
Imported the Spoon electric Mirrors
Type R Headlights
Type R style rear Braking Lights

Interior:
Imported the Bride Seatbelt Pads to match the Bride Bucket Seats.
Imported the racing seat brackets.
Removed the black leather oem armrest and replaced with the red Type R style armrest.
Imported the interior bars from the Netherlands.
Removed the rear head rests, backboard and all plastic bits connected to the bootlid.
Audio:
10” Inifinty Sub
Stealth amp
Sony usb Front loader

Paint:
Japco did the sprayjob, I wanted a clean black look.

Suspension:
HotStuff Racing fitted all the suspension bits and also does the maintenance/services on the car.
Skunk2 Coilovers
Rear Lower Control Arms
Rear Lower Tie Bar
Front and Rear Camber Kit
Front and Rear Suspension Bars
This car has no body roll lol

Rims:
JDMworx Imported the 16” Rota Mugen MF 10’s in Bronze after trying 3 sets of rims.
Japco sprayed it White.
Wrapped them in Falcon 205/40/16
Red lock nuts

Engine/Mods:
N/A B16A, 1.6 DOHC VTEC
Whale Filter
Powerflow 2 box exhaust system.
UniQ Chip

Onto Chads car. Well he went with a different approach to get his car to where it is today. Even though his mod list is not as extensive as Adeebs, what he has done still does the trick. Instead of just taking the Jap culture he decided to mix it up a bit with sum Euro stance.

Suspension:
KW Full Coilovers

Rims:
16″ Lenso bsx rims, Narrow Wides
Front – 16″ x 7.5J on 195 45 16 Wanli Tyres
Rear – 16″ x 9J on 205 45 16 Wanli Tyres

Engine:
B20 DOHC VTEC
UniQ
Induction
Branch
63mm Exhaust

The car definatly has a sexy stance and some crazy offset. These are just two examples of crazy stanced out rides that are on our roads today. keep your eyes peeled for these two in and around Cape Town.

Photos By: Raees Amien (RT Photography)

Old School Mk1

We all know that the love for mk1 golfs is wide spread on the streets of Cape Town, but the most appreciation must definitely go out to those guys who rolling on the original old school styling that will seem as is if it literally just rolled of the show room floor! This grey golf is exactly what im talking about, the body on this car is immaculate, the owner kept with the old school styling by not going with any modern or aftermarket wheels but rather custom steel rims! The car is really a fine example of what a old school mk1 golf should look like. Some personal touches to give this car more character; checker block roof, stripped out interior and subtle rear spoiler.

Photos by: Divan Shepherd (Div Photography)

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