Congratulations to our friend Paul Sagnay, the most recent winner of PASMAG Tuner Battlegrounds! Paul's win is a testament to his incredible vision and styling of the car and his dedication to support other in the automotive community throughout the years.
Paul's winning build, a 1993 Nissan Odyvia, is a true masterpiece rare JDM parts mixed with a unique style. The car features a number of impressive upgrades, including a RB25 swap, Rays LMGT2 wheels, RHD swap, SpiritRei Odyvia body kit, over 200 titanium Dress Up Bolts pieces, and a host of JDM parts he has been collecting for years from his visits to Japan. But perhaps the most eye-catching aspect of the build is the stunning custom paint job, House of Kolor with PaintHuffer metal flake paint that was inspired by the Low Rider scene in California.
We had the opportunity to meet Paul at Springfest last year and ever since we have been working with him to dial in all of the hardware details he needed to complete the look of the car!
What makes Paul's win so special is the fact that he had to compete against some truly talented builders to come out on top. Each round of the competition was highly competitive, with builders from all over the world bringing their best work to the table. Paul was able to rally from behind 3 times throughout the playoffs. But in the end, Paul's build was simply too impressive to be denied.
For those unfamiliar with PASMAG Tuner Battlegrounds, it's a competition that celebrates the very best in automotive tuning. The competition is highly respected within the industry, and being crowned the winner is a true honor for any competitor. For the past 10 years PASMAG has been putting this competition on and each year the winner gets the opportunity to display their car at SEMA!
So once again, congratulations Paul on your incredible win in PASMAG Tuner Battlegrounds. We can't wait to see what he has in store for the car as he begins prepping to showcase it at SEMA in November.
Follow Paul on Instagram: @moddedambition
Click Here to watch the official result.