Fonzy's Celica TA22
Dan's S13 & John's K11 Micra
As stated previously, I limited my wheel choice to fifteen inches in diameter. I already knew from the get-go that I wanted to have genuine wheels, even though they costed a bit more than fake wheels, in the long run, it would have a better outcome - support real, not fake. The Speed Star Racing Longchamp XR4s seemed to be the perfect candidate going off my inspiration photo.
I had a look at the local marketplace to see if there were any available and to my surprise, a workshop called Otomoto who were then situated in North Parramatta were selling a pair, complete with original centre caps. Went for a short drive instore to have them picked up.
The hunt was on for another pair to make a complete set. I had reached out to Fonz to let him know that I was in the market for another pair and he happened to have a pair in 14x7J A type. Diameter being too small for what I was after, but he did state he had a set of Mark I's he was willing to let go of.
Having a look through the classifieds thread on Auszoku, I noticed that Dan was selling a few things that I wanted to purchase, one of which, a Bride back protector with the old logo. Seeing as the Silvia was a daily, that would be needed to decrease attention from the fact that, one: it's a bucket seat that can get you defected for which leads to losing demerit points and unnecessary money, and two: it's carbon kevlar which is more eye catching than the usual FRP. Another item he had listed was a LED RGB shift knob light. One thing lead to another and they were both mine.
A bit of a shame to hide that carbon kevlar weave, but simplicity is the key to brilliance.