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Brandon’s Liberty VIP’ed LS400

Most of you will agree with me when I say that AirSociety needed some VIP action. Well here’s one our VIP brothers Brandon up in Boston, MA showin off  his ’98 Lexus LS400 to the world.
Brandon is part of  Liberty VIP, a fairly big crew from the USA that focuses on rides that tuck way too much rim. Now let’s talk about this  Ls400…
Although most of the Japanese VIP crew are rocking coils turned down low, the first big mod Brandon slapped on just this year was his UAS bags mounted on factory Lexus struts.  Attention is right away brought to the Work Eurolines Type-N wheels in a staggered 18×8.5” and 18×9.5” setup to get those rear tucking.
Here’s the current VIP mod list gathered by Brandon:  Junction produce neck/hip pads, Junction produce fusa, Garson T-gemmy curtains in the rear, Carmate shifter, 10k HID low’s, 15k HID  fogs and OEM Toyota badges.
This summer predicted mod list is fairly big counting things such as M45 retrofits, Accurair e-level, full exhaust system, interior tweaking, more Garson goodies and the well needed Type-N’s center caps!
Whether you’re a racer, ricer, tuner, euro fan, JDM freak or all of the above, you gotta know that you become a true VIP pimp when you have curtains in your car… which is also on the to-do list for Brandon but in the end there’s only so much one person can do with the time they’re given.
Wish you all the best in your project Brandon and keep up the good work on the LS

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