It’s always cool to put a face to a car and, having driven past Matt and his super clean PS13 a few times, it was nice to have more than just fleeting glance at it a couple of weeks back.

Matt PS13

Built to be a fast road car as opposed to a drifter, it’s kind of cool to see the occasional S-body not covered in dents and scars. While some may not see the point in owning one of these and not drifting it at even a grassroots level, I can assure you that they can also make fantastic fast road cars when set up right. By no means are they the fastest and grippiest but they can definitely be the right amount of scary and fun.

Matt PS13

I didn’t get chance to go over the spec too thoroughly but the SR20 has received the usual breathing and fuelling bolt-on upgrades (including a turbo, the exact model of which is escaping me right now) but I’m sure I remember power being around or above the 350bhp mark. In case you’re wondering what the wheels are, they’re Origin DRF S7s and can be found on the majority of Origin-sponsored D1 and D1SL cars in Japan.

Matt PS13

The full interior remains, with guest appearances from a 330mm Nardi Classic steering wheel, a double DIN head unit, an electronic boost controller and Power FC hand controller. The digital dash and HUD are both fully functional too, which is great.

Matt PS13

Matt PS13

Apologies for not having more information to hand about this particular PS13 but I thought it would have been rude not to have posted these photos, taken as the sun set over glorious Stockport.

Matt PS13

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