Where are you from:  New York born & raised   Instagram:  Iambeingbuilt

Where are you from: New York born & raised

Instagram: Iambeingbuilt

What cars do you own:  Bagged 2014 Sentra SR & 1997 Integra    Inspirations:  Honestly really like looking at Japanese styling from vintage to modern builds. I’ve been into finding rare pieces or aftermarket parts used on a different car manufacturer. I fell that it elevates the car since not many will have the part or it’s used on another platform.

What cars do you own: Bagged 2014 Sentra SR & 1997 Integra

Inspirations: Honestly really like looking at Japanese styling from vintage to modern builds. I’ve been into finding rare pieces or aftermarket parts used on a different car manufacturer. I fell that it elevates the car since not many will have the part or it’s used on another platform.

When did you start the Sentra: October 2017 when I purchased the car

Why did you choose it: I like taking boring cars and making them look a lot better. My first car was an ‘06 sentra which when I got it was a grandma car. I worked on it and by the time I sold it four years later it looked and sounded nothing like it once was. 

So when I decided to buy a new car I wanted something affordable and boring. That way I would have a lower starting point money wise and then build upon. Since few were working on them at the time I thought it would stand out more too. At that time there were only like three bagged Sentras and none in NY so I was like hey let’s go that route and make it more show than go just because it is so limited speed wise plus with the CVT trans it made sense to go down that route. Really happy how it’s turning out but I want to push it more next year. 

Mods/changes from OEM to the Sentra:  Airforce suspension bags and management, AG Wheels, AEM short ram intake, muffler delete, custom trunk set up with wood flooring and sub, Vinyl wrapped roof, HID lights, Custom tow strap holder, Sony touch screen double din receiver with Apple car play, VIP rear center table, Color matched eyelids.

Mods/changes from OEM to the Sentra: Airforce suspension bags and management, AG Wheels, AEM short ram intake, muffler delete, custom trunk set up with wood flooring and sub, Vinyl wrapped roof, HID lights, Custom tow strap holder, Sony touch screen double din receiver with Apple car play, VIP rear center table, Color matched eyelids.

So why the SUPREME board:  So I have been heavy influenced by streetwear since I was in middle/early high school. When I saw that board was being released in the winter ‘18 collection I envisioned it on the car and had to have it. I think it peaks people’s interest and have seen people walk over to it and take pictures just because of the board.

So why the SUPREME board: So I have been heavy influenced by streetwear since I was in middle/early high school. When I saw that board was being released in the winter ‘18 collection I envisioned it on the car and had to have it. I think it peaks people’s interest and have seen people walk over to it and take pictures just because of the board.

What is your process with designing/working on your Sentra?  I really am taking my time with it. I have a graphic design background so a lot of times I am sketching or photoshopping quickly different options of what I want to do next. I usually add a different piece every time I go to a show or event. Thats how I remember them by looking at the part. I do a ton of research of parts and think about how does it add to the car’s style. Some pieces are not made for this platform so I have taken other parts from other cars and cut them up/ style them differently so they fit. I created a custom roof rack bracket to hold the supreme board. Wrapped interior pieces to be more cohesive. I have a lot planned for next season and can’t wait to see it come to reality.

What is your process with designing/working on your Sentra? I really am taking my time with it. I have a graphic design background so a lot of times I am sketching or photoshopping quickly different options of what I want to do next. I usually add a different piece every time I go to a show or event. Thats how I remember them by looking at the part. I do a ton of research of parts and think about how does it add to the car’s style. Some pieces are not made for this platform so I have taken other parts from other cars and cut them up/ style them differently so they fit. I created a custom roof rack bracket to hold the supreme board. Wrapped interior pieces to be more cohesive. I have a lot planned for next season and can’t wait to see it come to reality.

Future plans for the Sentra:  Since there are no aftermarket internal parts I will focus on more bolt ons for next year. Going to be adding more Jdm parts like a carbon fiber grill coming from Indonesia and add a sleek air vent to cool down the engine bay. I decided on going more towards the vip route so will be incorporating more of those style ques for next season.   Any sponsors:  Airforce suspension came in clutch when looking for a set up for my car, I have ESR and Grip Royal also but haven’t used them on the Sentra build but more than likely on the Teggy.

Future plans for the Sentra: Since there are no aftermarket internal parts I will focus on more bolt ons for next year. Going to be adding more Jdm parts like a carbon fiber grill coming from Indonesia and add a sleek air vent to cool down the engine bay. I decided on going more towards the vip route so will be incorporating more of those style ques for next season.

Any sponsors: Airforce suspension came in clutch when looking for a set up for my car, I have ESR and Grip Royal also but haven’t used them on the Sentra build but more than likely on the Teggy.

Dream build: It might sound weird since I love Japanese cars but I’d say an LS or some crazy built out engine swapped Nova. BUT would also love to make a baller hauler for the teggy and bring them to shows as a booth set up.