Linea Sport RX by Crimson – JDM Wheels

Linea Sport RX by Crimson - JDM Wheels
The Linea Sport RX are Old School JDM Wheels from the mid 90’s. The Linea Sport RX features a Classic Mesh design with covered lug nuts similar to the style of the BBS RS. The face is mounted behind the lip to give it the classic sandwich mount look format. Pictured is a Lexus LS400 / Toyota Celsior and the car looks classy and perfect.

 

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Sprint Hart Tuner by Takechi Project – JDM Wheels

Sprint Hart Tuner by Takechi Project - JDM Wheels
The Sprint Hart Tuner are classic JDM Wheels that were a big hit in the late 90’s. The Sprint Hart Tuner featured two piece construction with an 8 long spoke face welded to a reverse style barrel for a visually big appearance and lip. Picture in the ad are the Tuners mounted on a JDM 4 door Honda Civic EG.

 

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Buddy Club P1 Steering Wheel – Rare JDM Parts

Buddy Club P1 Steering Wheel
The Buddy Club P1 Steering Wheel is a JDM steering wheel from the late 90’s. It featured a Faux Carbon Fiber face (Carbon Check Spoke) and an aluminum horn ring with the engrish “Let’s challenge to the limits of power!” engraved. It was available in either a suede or leather finish. Pictured in the Advertisement is the Buddy Club Honda Civic EG Series. The P1 moniker actually stands for Position One.

 

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SSR Longchamp XR-4Z Kai by Speedstar Racing – JDM Wheels

SSR Longchamp XR-4Z Kai by Speedstar Racing
The Longchamp XR-4Z Kai are JDM Wheels which carries the 6 spoke tradition from the older and smaller SSR Longchamp XR-4. The updated Longchamp XR-4Z Kai by SSR Wheels are available in larger 16″-17″ sizes and have a more moders style organic face and barrel design. Pictured on the ad are the SSR Longchamp XR-4Z Kai on an R33 Nissan Skyline GT-R.

 

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