It’s been a couple years since I featured my very own Integra on here, and just like any project car, it’s changed quite a bit since then.
This is by no means another feature and I’m also not going to go into detail in regards to the changes I’ve made, but rather just wanted to share a few updated shots of the car.
Now I’m generally what you’d call a “fair-weathered” photographer, meaning that I don’t usually like to venture outside my comfy room unless I can drive with the windows rolled down outside. Every now and then however, the mood to shoot just hits me.
There’s also just something about cars in rain that just looks so right. Forget about people who brag about how their cars have never seen rain before; this is the real world and a little water never hurt anybody.
Mind you I’m sure we all hate the water spots that are left after any rainfall, but not every car is meant to be a garage queen.
There’s also a certain satisfaction about driving in the rain that you just don’t get in dry conditions. Besides, I recall a certain old man known for drifting once say that “in the rain, your worth as a driver really becomes clear”.
Note: FlyingPenguin does not condone driving fast in poor weather conditions. Always follow the speed limit, use your turn signal, and fasten your seatbelt.
Click HERE to view the full photo set on Flickr.