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SSR MK III 14×10 on Old School Toyota Supra

Old School Toyota Supra 14x10 SSR MK III
This Old School JDM Toyota Celica Supra, or Toyota Celica XX, in Japan is Slammed on a nice wite set of SSR MK III Wheels. This Supra is low, looks wide and has really nice stance. – Old School Toyota Supra 14×10 SSR MK III
Old School Toyota Supra 14x10 SSR MK III
The front spoiler is just off the ground and the rear fender is almost to the lip of the 14×10 SSR MK III Wheel! – Old School Toyota Supra 14×10 SSR MK III
Old School Toyota Supra 14x10 SSR MK III
Side shot of this car, the ride height of this Supra accentuates the body lines and makes this car look long! – Old School Toyota Supra 14×10 SSR MK III
Old School Toyota Supra 14x10 SSR MK III
The wheels have wide and shiny lips, the are also spaced out nicely for a perfect flush look! – Old School Toyota Supra 14×10 SSR MK III
Old School Toyota Supra 14x10 SSR MK III
Shot of the 14x 10 SSR MK III wheel off the car, the front wheels are 14×9 – Old School Toyota Supra 14×10 SSR MK III

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Mitsubishi Starion GSR-III on 14×10 SSR MK III from Japan

Mitsubishi Starion GSR-III on 14x10 SSR MK III from Japan
When I think of the Mitsubishi Starion, I think of nicely bulging factory flared fenders and massive dished 16×9 wheels. Here we have an early model Mitsubishi Starion with the skinny body. Although this Starion is a skinny body model, the owner fitted some nice 14×10 Rear, 14×8.5 front SSR MK III wheels in the fenders. – Mitsubishi Starion GSR-III on SSR MK III
Mitsubishi Starion GSR-III on 14x10 SSR MK III from Japan
Even without the flares, this Starion looks awesome! – Mitsubishi Starion GSR-III on SSR MK III
Mitsubishi Starion GSR-III on 14x10 SSR MK III from Japan
Front bumper is a USDM unit, funny how they like our parts as much as we like theirs. – Mitsubishi Starion GSR-III on SSR MK III
Mitsubishi Starion GSR-III on 14x10 SSR MK III from Japan
The lip on the front 14×8.5 SSR MK III looks deep and shiny! Ride height in perfect too. – Mitsubishi Starion GSR-III on SSR MK III
Mitsubishi Starion GSR-III on 14x10 SSR MK III from Japan
The rear wheel and tire  fitment is on point. Tire size is 185/60/14 all around, just enough stretch. – Mitsubishi Starion GSR-III on SSR MK III
Mitsubishi Starion GSR-III on 14x10 SSR MK III from Japan
14×10 SSR MK III with massive barrels on the rear ! – Mitsubishi Starion GSR-III on SSR MK III

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Mr.Vengeance – 1977 Toyota Celica on SSR MK III

SSR MK3 Old School Toyota Celica
The builder of this  Old School 1977 Toyota Celica has also made the s30 240z featured here: Mr.Vengeance – S30 71 Datsun 240Z on SSR MK III. The SSR MK III wheels are the same ones of the Z. This Celica is just as nice or even nicer than the Z noticeably featuring beefy looking fender flares and a low hanging front spoiler.

 

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Mr.Vengeance – S30 71 Datsun 240Z on SSR MK III

S30 71 Datsun 240Z on SSR MK III

This Datsun s30 240Z is owned by Mr. Vengeance of GarageZero, Atlanta GA. It is lowered accordingly to the “Shakotan” style,
has a fresh set of wheels, and some hints of Bozo with the front external mount oil cooler and upswept exhaust pipes. The
SSR MK III wheels he has sourced look to be sized perfect, and his custom suspension set up sounds very interesting!

 

S30 71 Datsun 240Z on SSR MK III

 “Im on some Tien coilovers that have been modified from an Acura.. but they arent the DC2 coils everyone else used.”
-Mr. Vengeance

 

S30 71 Datsun 240Z on SSR MK III

Specs
1971 Datsun 240z [S30]
Wheels: SSR MK III 15×8.5 F 15×9 R
Suspension: Modified Tien Coilovers from an Acura
Drivetrain: L28 Swap with Holley Carb, 5 speed Transmission, RX7 oil cooler

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