While the past few weeks have been accompanied with tasks involving the release of our FTR1 shift knobs, the car has undergone much change as well in the meantime. It's always a task witnessing the stages of development, whether it be advancing a product to a marketable phase, or building on something you love as a hobby. These months have nourished my admiration for cars alone, yet I have not been presented with the opportunity to document the car's build in its entirety, until now. The FRS that was originally purchased for daily driving at university (and will still be responsible for this these forthcoming semesters) has become a project that outgrew its initial intentions and evolved into an inspirational object. With that being said, I felt that the car deserved to be equipped with a more comfortable, and for lack of a better term, practical setup. I'm putting up my previous wheel setup for sale (Volk TE37 by Rays Engineering), as I am currently running a much meatier tire with softer sidewalls, wrapped around some new Watanabes. The interior is equipped with our FTR1 shift knob in a silver or black anodized finish (still can't decide), paired with a Works bell hub and a Renown deep dish steering wheel. Stock seats to maintain a street car feel. Kept it simple throughout the interior and exterior. Only time can tell which direction the car or brand will be headed towards, but for once I am finally content.