Never Content | Austin’s FEED RX7.

I love the internet. 

The number of connections, resources, information, and most importantly, friendships that the internet has allowed me to access, create and maintain has truly been incredible. I mean if it wasn’t for the internet you wouldn’t be reading these words right now and it would also mean that I never would have connected with Austin (@austeeeezy), the founder of Never Content (, nearly six years ago.

After connecting through Instagram over half a decade ago we somehow managed to chat about doing a shoot that took until our Seattle trip in April to actually be realized. I reflected on the fact that the real blessing of waiting all of this time only meant that the car kept improving and our camera gear kept getting upgraded. So after all of those years (plus a pandemic) it was finally time for us to actually meet in person and put together the photos and video we had been talking about for so long.

Austin’s “UFO” FD3S is a rotary enthusiast’s delight. Everything from the long list of rare parts to the Fujita Engineering FEED Afflux kit helps bring this RX7 together into a perfect package. The rich grey paint pairs flawlessly with the Advan RGIII in their factory bronze finish and the aggressive aero flows well with the low, but useable, ride height and aggressive wheel/tire fitment. 

Before we go; we want to express our appreciation for everyone who has been supporting us. Everyone who has been watching our YouTube channel, buying good goods or merchandise, reading the blog like you are now, or sharing our content on social media, we seriously appreciate all of the love and encouragement that we’ve received and can’t thank you enough, it keeps us moving.

Our new drop of Japanese Good Goods has gone live and lots of items have already sold out!

All of the remaining inventory can be seen here:

Thank you Seattle, Austin, Ryan & Never Content.

See you soon.


Published by Alexander Turnbull

Automotive photojournalist, traveller, blogger, and meme enthusiast. Enjoy car life.

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