A Devil In Angel Guise

Finishing off this month, with a wonderfully white Toyota Supra made by Zach Jarret.

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I think most of us would love a car to use just on a Sunday. Something to look forward to all week, then just let go and enjoy the thrill of driving in your chosen machine, be it a car, bike or even a boat! Well this would be Zach’s Sunday dream machine.

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Seeing an almost stock Supra nowadays is a rare sight. And let’s be honest, it’s one of those cars that look just as great from the factory, as it does with a wide body kit and 4 figures pumping out the engine. Looking at this almost stock Supra really does hit home how great the car looks after being released over 20 years ago!

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Using the impeccable Tamiya kit as his base. Zach added a custom exhaust to release a few ponies from that iconic 2JZ engine. Those galloping ponies leave their 11’s on the tarmac through a set of Volk TE37s from Aoshima.

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This is as close to subtle as a Supra could ever be! Wearing a discreet shade of Lexus white, you could pass this as a devil in angels clothing! A real nice OEM+ touch using the Lexus paint Zach!

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With it being a Sunday car. Comfort doesn’t always have to be top of the list of priorities when it comes to modifications. So it made perfect sense to fit a set of Aoshima racing seats complete with harnesses to keep you secure and safe whilst enjoying the excellent handling capabilities of this legendary sports car!

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And would you believe, that this was all created by a 15 year old? Yep, that’s right a 15 year old! Zach I think you have a natural talent and a great artistic eye when it comes to building a car! I’ve received a few features from you and it’s always a pleasure to see what you have created!

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You can check out Zach’s modelling journey as it happens on Instagram 

Go give him a follow and show him the love this modelling community is know for!

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A massive thank you to Zach for providing me with this, and many other features, I hope you and everyone enjoyed it! A great start to the weekend I’m sure you’ll agree!

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