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WIDEY SLIDEY BOI: Sven’s Rocket Bunny E30 Drift Weapon

In the little old town of Adelaide, let’s face it – we don’t see too many ‘next level’ builds come out of the woodwork. There simply aren’t enough of us in the city to make it that frequent a thing! Something that I love about this, though, is when something a little different does roll…

A JDM ICON: Martin’s R34 GT-R V-Spec

When the majority of us are asked to name an iconic JDM car, our minds don’t really have to race that much – only a few cars pop into my mind when I think of an icon, and I’m sure at least a part of you would agree if I was to mention Nissan’s R34…

MAJESTIC AF: Kyle’s S180 Crown Majesta

Up until recently; I worked for a car dealership selling new cars. An (important) element of my job was to speak with clients about all of these fancy features on their potential new car – you know, dual-zone climate control, seat warmers, ten-way-adjustable power seating and what not. I spent hours boasting about all of…

SHED BUILT MONSTER: Samir’s S13 Time Attack Build

Here at Slowlife we share an appreciation for cars and bikes from all walks of life. Whether it’s daily driven, show-spec, off-road or track; it’s got a place with us. Our previous feature cars, however, have always been something that’s capable of street performance. It’s about time we showcased a car that belongs off the…

DAN DAY: The SJ1000’s Pilot Takes on The Bend

When we think about some of South Australia’s top drivers, it’s a name that comes to mind pretty quick – Dan Day. A driver with a racing career winding back to grassroots motorsport as young as twelve, who now currently competes in the Porsche Michelin GT3 Cup (in a GT3 naturally), alongside other motorsport events,…

NO MODS: Lewis’ Widebody (Maybe Turbo) BRZ

In today’s age of cost-effective, mass-production motor vehicles, it feels as though many manufacturers have opted for the conservative approach; including in the looks department. Hybrid motors, more airbags than there are passengers, countless safety measures and driving assists. It’s like cars drive themselves now, and there’s very little left for the driver to really…

EYE CANDY: Matt’s JZA80 Supra

When you reflect on what the greatest Japanese cars to come out of the 1990s would be; the Toyota Supra, without a doubt, quickly comes to mind. In an era when Japanese manufacturers were devoted to a hell-bent ambition to produce performance cars to rival even the European market (without the price tag); it was…

Clean & Simple: Jayce’s WRX

As Slowlife hits four years old, we look back at some of the cars that even our own crew have owned. Many of us have sold our cars, some have been wrecked, some have been locked away, some even defected; but Jayce’s WRX has not only stuck with him the whole time – it’s undergone…

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