It’s easy to forget that building cars was not always as simple as it is today — you kids really don’t know how lucky you have it. Things such as widebody kits and wide wheels were not as commonplace as they are today. In fact, back in ’09, running 18x10s all round on an Evo was unheard of, but that didn’t stop Suben Moodley going the full nine yards on his Evo VII with a full custom-steel widebody and modified C-West kit to suit; one of the first widebody examples in New Zealand. It was no slouch, either, with an HKS-packed 4G63, including a big-daddy T51R. Even by today’s exorbitant power levels, the 600hp+ capable package is lunacy for a street car, and that’s why we loved it so much.