At the Vancouver International Auto Show as a Photographer / Videographer for Drive Marketing Group I roamed around the show for the whole duration. I got to shake hands and meet many new people in the automotive industry as well as many private owners of the vehicles, specifically showcased at the out DUB Booth outside and at The Monster Energy Booth inside. Each booth they featured had Vancouver's finest modified cars. One of the cars that stood out to me was a Liberty Walk Challenger.
Further down the show I finally got to meet Ron Palma, the owner of the Challenger. I got a chance to introduce myself to him briefly back in December. But with the horrible winter Vancouver got this year, it kept pushing our shoot further back. When the Car was ready it got a chance to debut at The Vancouver International Auto Show.
The platform Ron decided to work with was a 2015 Dodge Challenger. The car was initially built by LTMW in California. LTMW is a shop the began to do work on BMW's specifically but now known for the amazing work of building a variety of cars including many Liberty Walk and Rocket Bunny builds.
Liberty Walk is a Japanese based company who specializes in wide body bolt on modifications for cars ranging from a Toyota Prius to a Lamborghini Aventador. The business is run by the most optimistic and energetic figure, Wataru Kato.
The Air ride got redone by Steve and his team at Bag Barn in Langley, BC. Steve had recut and resealed the fenders for the car to get slammed another 2 inches on an Accuair System. The wheels area deep 3 piece forged custom wheel by Infinite Werks wrapped by Toyo's R888 line.
Thanks to Ron for your time, can't wait to see this vehicle at more upcoming shows for 2017! Its just the beginning!