PASMAG JDM Simplicity LEVELone Acura NSX Fitted Honda Mugen front high
Written by Randi Bentia / Photography by Randi Bentia

I know when I get excited about a car - I take 50+ photos to try to get the best angles. I'm no "photographer" by any means but I do enjoy taking pictures of something I like or will talk about in the future (social media and/or print). I spotted this Acura NSX from Team LEVEL one (Canada Chapter) at the Fitted Car Show in Toronto and it was no exception. Its simplicity with JDM accents was not to be fooled. A static-charmer at this Static vs Air event. #pasmag

PASMAG JDM Simplicity LEVELone Acura NSX Fitted Honda Mugen passenger front PASMAG JDM Simplicity LEVELone Acura NSX Fitted Honda Mugen rear passenger PASMAG JDM Simplicity LEVELone Acura NSX Fitted Honda Mugen passenger wheel far

PASMAG JDM Simplicity LEVELone Acura NSX Fitted Honda Mugen passenger wheel close

PASMAG JDM Simplicity LEVELone Acura NSX Fitted Honda Mugen driver rear PASMAG JDM Simplicity LEVELone Acura NSX Fitted Honda Mugen front low PASMAG JDM Simplicity LEVELone Acura NSX Fitted Honda Mugen rear

PASMAG JDM Simplicity LEVELone Acura NSX Fitted Honda Mugen rear passenger

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