Rennspired Announcement

Posted by On June - 27 - 2019

Announcing the future of sr83.

Turismo Drift | Round 2

Posted by On August - 13 - 2016

State of Drift | Round 1

Posted by On July - 7 - 2016


The Ultimate CRZ

Posted by On August - 5 - 2014

For each of us, our automotive enthusiasm is born in its own way. Some have family history that lands them in the mix, with grease under their fingernails before they can hold a pencil. Others find their way in with the comradery of fellow enthusiasts. My mentality when it comes to automotive enthusiasm is, and has always been, “if it’s clean, you have my respect, even if it’s not my style”.

Nowadays it seems as though cars are becoming more and more disposable. We see cars get built for an extended period of time, revealed at a big car show or feature, and then quickly disassembled or sold. On the flipside, there are cars that… [Read More]

Rather than worry about the coolkid scenepoints, Erin and her husband, Richard, built this piece of Volkswagen perfection specifically to their liking, no Vortex approval necessary.
Here’s our write up on Erin’s Fahrenheit GTI.


Water By The Bridge 2013

Posted by On May - 29 - 2013

Our coverage of Water by the Bridge 2013 for


Vietmin’s Lancer

Posted by On January - 26 - 2013

To close out the summer, we gave away a free detail to the contestant that submitted the best write up on why he or she deserved a detail from WetDetail, complete with a photoshoot from!


The Busy Life

Posted by On October - 25 - 2012

2012 is inching closer and closer to its end. It seems every year gets busier and busier, not just with what I do with sr83, but with life in general. I haven’t made an update for a few months, so I thought I’d toss up some pictures and a few words to let you guys know that sr83 is still alive…

24k – S&P Originals

Posted by On May - 11 - 2012

Had a great opportunity to roll down to Chattanooga with Chad Moore and shoot a couple of cars for our friends Sal and Perry at S&P Automotive.
While both were S&P built, they each have their own style and respective differences. Check out Seth and Sal’s Mk2s!