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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…

NEW LEVEL: Vinh’s (Seriously Stanced) WRX

It’s not very often that you find a car in Adelaide that’s been visually modified beyond the norm. I’m talking airbag suspension, widebodies, custom parts, ridiculously offset wheels and anything else that you usually only see in pictures from interstate or overseas. When we saw Vinh’s WRX roll out of the GU Auto Concepts workshop…

All Euro Day 2016 (Adelaide, South Australia)

All Euro Day: A Second Year of Success

We don’t think that the Adelaide car scene would be the same without the iconic All Japan Day. The annual event attracts thousands to Glenelg’s Wigley Reserve, and the South Australian JDM scene unites under a single banner to celebrate the heritage, passion and individuality of their cars. Until last year; such an opportunity never…

VINTAGE AF: Geof’s 1962 Porsche 356B

I’ve not met a car enthusiast who is yet to hear of what is perhaps one of the most iconic sports cars ever produced; the Porsche 911. Revered for its agility and performance; the 911 is also renown for being one of the oldest sports coupes still in production (as of May 2017, over one…

DAPPER: Ben’s Bagged E60

It was round two of the monthly Slow Life car feature and the enthusiastic team found themselves on a deserted roof top of an Adelaide CBD carpark. With a stunning metropolis as our backdrop we were waiting for Ben’s E60 5 Series BMW. As “Dapper” rolled up to Level 6, it definitely looked like the…

HAKOSUKA: Ash’s 1972 GT-X Skyline

It was a scorching 38-degree day in the industrial back streets of Wingfield, north of Adelaide. A table of Japanese car enthusiasts, also known as the Slow Life Team, were seeking the comfort of air conditioning at the local OTR. There was a lot of friendly chatter around the table while we were preparing for…

Lamborghini Murcielagos Shoot

BLACK AND YELLOW: A Tale of Two Bulls

Okay, so before you read this, cue Wiz Khalifa’s ‘Black and Yellow’ because literally no other track could possibly go with this little experience last weekend (I’ve even gone to the effort of adding a link in there for you)… We all remember our early morning shoot with BULL; Shaun’s Lamborghini Murcielago LP640-4 (for those…

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