GTR black edition with Liberty Walk widebody kit!

GTR black editionGTR black edition with Liberty Walk widebody kit and Armytrix exhaust! That Armytrix exhaust really helps the car breathe better. The bagged suspension looks cool while cruising at 30 mph but it does wonders at over 100 mph! The body kit keeps that car down to the ground, something you’d be grateful for at 160 mph!

GTR black edition with Liberty Walk widebody kit!

Ever since the Liberty Walk/LB Performance Ferrari 458 hit SEMA in 2013, car lovers have wanted to know more about the man behind this innovative Japanese shop. The owner’s name is Wataru Kato, and he’s a pioneer in building custom body kits for Japanese, American and European vehicles.
In 1993 at the age of 25, Kato tried to make a career out of his passion. So in Nagoya, Japan, he opened Liberty Walk, one of the best shops for custom cars. You might think that after years of hell-raising, the name gives respect to his Bosozoku past. The meaning behind Liberty Walk is to not be afraid to cut up a Ferrari, the owner Keto explains. “To not worry if it will drive straight. To not be bothered by the naysayers. If it’s a car I bought and if it’s not causing harm to anyone, then I should be able to do as I please. That’s liberty.”
But it wasn’t always easy – especially during his first trips to SEMA. “Before, we would ship one car out from Japan for about $1,400 without insurance, and had to beg DUB to have our car displayed in their booth”. It got so tough that Kato considered giving up. But a wild Lamborghini project and a Toyo Tires SEMA booth invite finally got Liberty Walk’s body kits the attention they deserved. GTR and M3 body kit projects followed, and now his company is world wide famous! Check out this insane GTR black edition!

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