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Simple & Subtle | Pedro Garcia’s Ultramarine FR-S

Less really is more.

I had the privilege to shoot Pedro Garcia‘s incredibly underrated FR-S. This car is absolutely stunning in person and each piece flows with the next. This car is a breath of fresh air from all of theĀ  Rocket Bunnies we’ve been seeing so much of lately. Pedro shows us that this car is clean even without the wide body kit.

There are just so many things about this car that get unnoticed which is what makes this such a clean and seamless build. So seamless that the car appears to be stock until you dig deep down into the details.

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Pedro believes in “simplicity and subtlety” and wanted to stay true to the original body lines of the car.

This might explain his color matched front lip, sideskirts, and rear spats, along with side markers and window visors.

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Of course something that can’t go unnoticed are Pedro’s Work Emotion CR Ultimates in the GT Silver finish. These wheels are 9.5 all around with a +30 offset lowered on the very first production RSR’s Black-i coil overs which were actually installed by Young Tea from FRS86 and Ben from RSR.

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There are plenty things Pedro would like to do and he says his build still isn’t finished but he would like to thank everyone who helped make this possible including FRS86, AutoFashion USA, and 2M Autowerks San Diego.

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Modification List ————————————————-
Work Wheels CR Ultimates 18×9.5s +30
Falken Azenis 225-40-18
Project Kic lugs neo-chrome
Downforce carbon fiber lip and side skirts – color matched
Rexspeed rear spats carbon fiber – color match
JDM window visors – color matched
Custom painted tail lights
Injen intake
Motiv Concepts overpipe and test pipe
Ark DT-S exhaust with burnt tips
Beatsonic shark fin antenna
Beatsonic roof spoiler
RSR coilovers black-i

 

2 comments

  • Pedro December 2, 2013

    This is by far the best feature :) great pictures!

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  • Patrick December 3, 2013

    Haha Pedro of course it is

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