I spent time with a windshield repair company and saw many custom cars and took pictures of the ones that looked the most spectacular.
The first car is a custom Bykski of the R34 Skyline GT-R which I saw at the repair company next door. I was really surprised because I had not seen this type of customization before where they took the front bumper and put it into the trunk. It has 4 tailpipes that go into one single pipe forming a V shape at the tip of each tailpipe, but at the end, there is another different design making it all appear like Samurai armor which gives it some originality. Even though I had seen it in magazines before, I was still really blown away!
The second car is an Anbau Verita. The car has a visual impact with the colors gold and red because it’s made of aluminum and glass materials. Also, the reason why you can’t see windows is that all windows are covered with gold film to cover up the windows only during the night only. It doesn’t need any other protection or whatnot; otherwise, that’d be dangerous for someone who might want to steal it. You could say this custom car gives off a sort of a superhero feel!
My third favorite look at Korean customs is actually based on an Audi A5 Sportback. The owner put in 18-inch wheels with the custom grill at the front. When he had it delivered, they put on 19-inch wheels but complained they were too big so he changed them again to 18 inches.
The interior of this car is also really cool where they have a TV screen in there so they can play movies while driving around. I was watching this for about 15 minutes just looking at all the gadgets they installed into this car!
The fourth car I saw was actually not mine but another person. He was also the owner of my windshield repair place next door where I kept coming back to see his work! This time, it was an Aston Martin DB5 customized by RDX which has an original James Bond feel to it.