Bryan Andrade's 2010 Subaru WRX
Photos by Stephen Mattiola
Sparco Fighter Seats and Rails
sparco Red Harness
Lathewerks Custom Extension & Shift Knob
Sparco Steering Wheel
NRG Quick Release and Short Hub
Defi Boost and Oil Gauge
AEM Air Fuel Ratio Gauge
Custom STI Center Consle with v2 Molded Controller
Ebrake Boot, Radio and Interior Trim Wrapped Gray Alcantara
Auto Power Custom Roll Cage Powderocated Pearl White
Wrapped Headliner and Pillars with Black Alcantara
STI Conversion Visors
Bryan: "The first car I had was an 04 Acura RSX but I didn't do much to it because I always wanted a Subaru since I was a little kid. I ended up buying the car 3 years ago in February fully stock. I slowly made changes starting with power mods and eventually my attention went into the look aspect of it. A lot of long hours was spent into this build along with a lot of up and downs but I love the way the car sits now.
I was always into car ever since I was little and watched my father work on cars. I've always been around them I've seen a lot of Subaru builds. I respect the ones that have more than wheels and suspension. Ive seen a lot of wide body WRX builds and the main reason that drove this build is I barely see any narrow body builds. I wanted to do something different than most people out there and I will continue to push the narrow body WRX to the limit.
There are always future plans for this car. Next up would be fully building the motor. My goal is to have a complete build where I have a lot of engine work. I will eventually respray the car but the plans never end.
Shoutouts to AG wheels (Yuya and Tony for the sponsorship) Needpowdercoating (Jersey City NJ) for all the powder coating he's done to the car including installing my cage and wheel/tire work. Elite Auto Works (New York) for the air install. Victo Auto Art (North New Jersey) for all the interior wrapping and designs."
Follow Bryan and his WRX on Instagram: @bryanandrade15