Friday, February 20

Auto Fashion Freddie's Celsior

The infamous Lexus came out President Day weekend to just have a good day with the locals.

By now the shop AutoFashion has become a name well known in the industry. Freddie and his talented crew build incredible projects for media and corporate level. Still just a few years in business they have established themselves as the elite VIP tuning shop in San Diego.

Freddie built this Celsior as a demo car to showcase what the company can offer. Infact this car has toured with Falken tires and several SEMA shows in the pass.

Started life as a UCF30. The entire front end was converted to the later year UCF31 that included headlights, grill, radiator support, hood just to name the easy part. Those that want to go this route need to be warned by the complexity of the headlight wiring. The aero kit is full Junction Produce that includes front bumper, rear bumper, skirts, door caps, fenders, wing, hood bonnet, hood spoiler and the ultra rare and discontinued exhaust. Taillights are L.E.D replacements and the car rocks Airrunner suspension. The interior is D.A.D. chubacha fur dipped in white. (the ladies love this feature) Last, the most important element with a build are the wheels. Those with a sharp eye will notice these Leon Hirdiritt Bells in 21" inches all around. Maybe because I too have a UCF30, but this is one of my favorite Celsiors on this side of the ocean.

Sadly, the car is for sale or part out. Contact AutoFashion if you are interested:


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