Keeping it Simple

January 3, 2015 9:00 am

In the sea of cars that was Offset Kings Guam – featuring groups of stanced, custom-painted, bagged, iced-out vehicles… two cars stood out by applying the KISS principle route to their personas. I think I’ve described this before in one of our old write-ups, but KISS or “Keep it Simple, Stupid” states that most systems work best if they are kept simple rather than made complicated. Therefore, simplicity should be a key goal in design and unnecessary complexity should be avoided (yea I c/ped that from Wikipedia). Let me introduce you to Rodell Abad’s Lexus GS350 and Jomarie Sapungan’s Lexus GS300, both looking real clean without going too over the top…

Rodell’s GS350 is seen here rolling down Airport Road fitted with Wald wheels (19×9.5F, 19x11R) and sitting on Megan coil overs with an Auto Couture front lip…

Jomarie’s GS300 features a Rando lip kit painted by Marvin at Guaranteed Auto. The Lex rolls on custom painted Varrstoen ES1s (20x10F, 20x11R) with Tein coilovers as her suspension of choice.

Special thanks to Chris Razo for snapping up these photos…

– Esta.

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