William O. sent in pics of his 350Z on WORK Varianza T1S in special finish Black Cut Blue (BCB) Finish. This finish is accomplished through a multistage process in which the face is first painted black, then machined on its face. After this, the wheel is then painted with the blue finish, resulting in the multicolored spoke.
Sizing is a 19×9.5+24 F & 19×11.0+29 R, with 245/35/19 F & 275/35/19.
While strolling around Clublexus, I came across this LS on WORK Varianza F2S in Black Polish (BP) Finish. Sizing is 20X9.5 (A-Disk) F & 20×10.5 (O-Disk) R, with a secretive “+20-ish” offset according to the owner.
Thanks to Chris in Sydney, Australia for sending pics of his clean Euro Accord.
Wheels are WORK Schwert SC1 in Crystal Silver (CS) Finish.
Sitting on WORK VS-KF in Black (BLK) Finish, the spokes of the KF are a great match for this domestic beast.
Anth over at Build Threads gave me the heads up on his current ride, a sweet Datsun 510 that he’s restoring. For that era-specific look, he recently refinished a set of WORK Ewing wheels. For those wondering, these are long discontinued but Anth made them look fresh out the box.
(Source: Build Threads)
Thanks to reader John B., who forwarded me these pics he came across of domestic vehicles tuned in Japan. I gotta say, these WORK Emotion CR Kai in Bronze (MHG) Finish look pretty good on this Camaro.
This brings back some memories growing up seeing IROC-Z’s driving around town. The only difference was that those Camaros didn’t have sweet WORK Meister S1 3P wheels in Bright Buff Finish (BBF) back then.
While scouring of the internet, it is always refreshing to come across WORK Wheels equipped vehicles you wouldn’t expect to see. This VW truck I came across on the Risky Devil site is a perfect example.
Even moreso than the WORK Wheels on this VW truck, the K20 swap in it adds to the wow factor.
Parked at the TF Works BBQ, it looks like it was a crowd favorite. I’m sure the owner gets a lot of puzzled onlookers and questions, but that makes the effort well worth it.
(Source: Risky Devil)
Found this quick snap of a 77 Cressida on the NWP4LIFE forums. I had to do some research to figure out exactly what vehicle it was, but immediately I recognized the WORK Meister S1 2P in Silver (SIL) Finish.
I previously covered Dr.phuOnger’s E92 Project here, but recently he remixed the paint job to this insane finish.
Wheels are WORK Meister S1 2PC wheels in Silver (SIL) Finish, which still looks slamming against his new paint job. Keep up the good work Phuong!