We like shinny things. When Geoff and I decided to get our wheels refinished we wanted to have the best. I’ve always been impressed with Dave’s (of Stanceiseverything.com) Works. So I went to the shop responsible for polishing them. Precision Rim Repair. They are more than just a polishing shop. They correct bends, re weld cracks, sandblast, strip, and overall perform miracles on damaged wheels. While dropping the wheels off Ric found a crack on one of my barrels. Fortunately, I was already at the right place. It was welded up while the set was getting polished. Geoff`s LM`s are currently getting a polish job too. Along with a few dents straightened.
Pics of my beebs soon. This preview will do for now/ 😉
Geoff’s LM faces.
This one will be repaired.
This one unfortunately is too far gone. The face itself was warped lol
Ric’s wintermode Subie. For quotes and other inquires go to Precision Rim Repair. Or email Ric at firstname.lastname@example.org.Just one of TWELVE Te37s a customer brought in for refinishing.
We haven’t had any photo shoots as a group this winter. We decided to gather 5 MK2s and do what we do. But before that some of us watched Dredd at Matt’s house. Verdict: The movie is awesome.
Parking at Matt’s.
Everyday I’m shufflin.
Uncle shows up in his s4 just when we were leaving.
Off to the Pickering GO Station lower level. Grabbed SOME photos, it honestly felt like I took way more photos.
It took us a while before we realized the higher levels all had snow. As SOON as we hit the top…..we needed shovels. By we I mean everyone without a Subaru :). Even Matt needed help. In his defense, he went looking for a big mound of snow.
The top level was pretty much a small oval, with LOTS of snow. I for one had lots of fun. And by the looks of it, Matt Morana did too.
Dave’s dafuq are you doing James? look. Not a lot happened in this sequence apart from burning the clutch. lol
I’ll try to post up some of the video we took. Thanks for coming out guys, was a good Saturday.
This was the worst snow Toronto has had in 5-6 years. Definaetely the most snow the Subie has driven though. I for one did not have a bad day. Cut through snow like no ones business. Only set back was from a snow plow bank.
Pirelli Wintersports are MUCH better than the Goodyear Nordics I had last year.
Trick license plate.
Snow Turbo fans.
Went to Seven Automotive (we’ll do a proper feature on them later) to get my steering U-joint fixed. So I took the opportunity to take pics of the winterbeater. Recently got a camera and am using every chance I get to take photos. Still an amateur. As for the Subie, I got the Works on finally. 16×7 Mesh E-Wings. They’re missing the waffles, but they make a nice winter set. She really needs a wash. The wagon below….it runs 12s.