Model and television personality Constance Nunes, known for starring on the Netflix series Car Masters: Rust to Riches and working in the automotive industry, is VP Racing Fuel's 2019 calendar girl. The model is more than just a pretty face and breathtaking body, she is also a complete gear head and specializes in engine mechanics. On the show, she works on depleted cars, fixing them up until they can be sold for six figures.
Nunes's Instagram page is full of sexy shots of her modeling next to cars and showing off her seamless curves and ample backside. Her most recent snap posted Wednesday features her in a tiny black string bikini laying on her stomach in front of several containers of VP Racing Fuel products. What little fabric is present is only there to accentuate the vivacious curves of the mechanic and model. Nunes gazes at the camera with thick black-lined eyes and her full lips slightly parted while her straight silky hair flows off to the side of her face.
She captioned the photo, "Make sure you come by the @vpracingfuels booth, #4491 at NACS in Las Vegas today till 5pm to meet me! #askforvp #constancenunes by @simonlopez @kelleycurryartistry @vpracingfuels."Nunes's fans loved the photo, complimenting her sexy figure and admiring her for both her mechanical skills and good looks. One fan commented, "You must have made a deal with the devil. It isn't fair that you are that hot AND know cars," and another echoed the sentiment writing, "I love to watch your show I applaud you for not just being a pretty girl but talented in working cars I wish I have the talent as well."
One other fan revered the model for being a positive role model.
"[Y]ou are a role model to young women that THEY define who they are, not what society thinks they must be!!"VP Racing Fuels is one of the companies that Nunes works and models for. The Inquisitr has previously reported that she also teams up with Nitto Tires, Audi, and 4 Wheel Parts as a product specialist -- and even worked as a certified engine mechanic for BMW, Ford, Audi, and Acura.
So far there has only been one season of Car Masters: Rust to Riches, but the phenomenal reviews that it receives on social media could be a good indication that the show will get renewed for a second season.