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Stanced Ferrari F355 and Lamborghini Diablo Are Big In Japan

These days, getting to Japan is relatively easy and I say that because (sailors of the past forgive me) that flight can get a bit tireing. However, this also means one has less time to reflect on the cultural differences setting the island apart from the rest of the world. And, if you're an automotive aficioando, you might want to meditate a bit in preparation for Japan's stanced supercars.
Stanced Ferrari F355 and Lamborghini Diablo Are Big In Japan 1 photo
By now, anybody with a slight interest in cars and an Internet connection has heard of the widebody kits that come from the land of the rising sun (heck, Liberty Walk kits are on so many Lambos, from the Aventador to the Miura, albeit with the latter fortunately being a replica). But this is none of that.

Instead, the slammed senior supercars that brought us here are all about the factory look being taken one step further thanks to microscopic ground clearance and wheel fitment that will make purists crazy.

For instance, the Lamborghini Diablo and the Ferrari F355 you see above come from a shop called Madlane.

Run by Kazuki Ohashi and Tatsuya Yokoyama, the business used a model involving quality ingredients. The base cars are usually the pristine condition kind, with these receiving home-brewed versions of famous wheels that come with fatter lips.

Much to nobody's surprise, the list of aftermarket goodies fitted to these machines involves air suspensions and decibel-friendly exhaust systems.

And it's not just Fezzas and Lambos. As you'll be able to notice in one of the Instagram posts below, the shop also handles other brands (you'll get to meet a 964 Porsche 911 lowered on centerlock wheels).

Not in the (financial) mood for one of the brands mentioned above? Perhaps a Bangle-era BMW 6 Series riding on Lamborghini wheels is the thing for you.

Oh, and these goodies are not confined to Japanese roads. For instance, the post at the bottom of the page shows a stanced Testarossa preparing to shown fans at the Raceism international stance show based in Poland, whick kicks off next week, continuing a tradition that was born in 2011.




 
 
 
 
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A post shared by kazuki ohashi🐾 (@kazuki_crossglow) on Jun 15, 2019 at 11:06am PDT




 
 
 
 
 

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