I’m sorry, I can’t help it if my slideshow keeps rotating to photos of my old car…
I really did just see it in my desktop slideshow, I swear!!!
What can I say, I like my old wheel.
Say what?! This is from more than three years ago?!?!
Lately I’ve been missing having a car, and tonight this photo showed up on the slideshow. It reminded me of when I first decided to buy an aftermarket wheel, when I did a lot of research trying to find the right one for my 2009 Acura TSX. After much deliberation, I finally picked the Enkei GTC01. Later, when I finally got the right color car (I wanted white all along), I paired it with some red lugs to make the wheel look even better. So cool.
Yes, I should probably let go at this point, as it’s been almost two years since I’ve owned the car, but I can’t help myself. The car still brings me joy, even if that joy is now in the form of seeing it show up randomly in my desktop slideshow instead of driving and maintaining it. Here are five more, breaking the 1-photo convention of the Slideshow tag.
Sometimes I wonder if I should go through my old car pics and post them all on here at once. Then again, that wouldn’t be as fun as how it is now, when every so often a photo pops up on my desktop slideshow, and I am reminded of what a cool car I had. This photo was taken on the day that we went to China Camp, back in ’11. In preparation of returning the car the stock wheels were back on but I hadn’t had time to remove the Eibach springs yet. I still think it looks cool and don’t understand why they don’t come from the factory with the shorter, thicker springs.
My first TSX didn’t have side skirts, so I made sure I got them for my second. At first I didn’t think they made that much of a difference, but after seeing them on the white car, it looks like something is missing on the gray car. I guess that’s why they call it a “body” kit as opposed to a “front-and-rear” kit.
I always did enjoy the 2nd-gen TSX’s rear end.