S14’s are very common now but nicely built ones aren’t. Even though this car is used daily and is drifted Grant still did well on this build. I first met Grant through my good friend Justin, who also drifts. When i first saw it the wheels caught my eye because
This year was definitely a great year for Offset Kings. After throwing a successful event ,Slammed Society GU, last year at the Guam International Raceway, we definitely had to bring the showcase, labeled Offset Kings, back to the island this year. Our goal for this event was to create a
For the past 15 years and since the birth of Fatlace.com, I’ve worked on personal and not so personal project cars. 2015 wont be any different. We’ll be teaming up with some of the best companies that specialize in making top shelf products. Voomeran, Work Wheels, KW and Falken are
So I take my yearly trip back to Hong Kong from January 11th – 24th 2015. If you happen to be about or fancy linking up let me know. Always up for making new connections with like minded Fatlace bloggers and readers. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Another RWB Porsche 993 is born. Some may say these cars are extreme, boring, played out, etc but to the owners, including myself, owning one isn’t just about the car. It’s about the overall experience from A to Z watching your car transform. Fishbone is the latest RWB from China.
As many of you know we’re in Japan getting ready for our Offset Kings event tomorrow at Okayama International Circuit. Not many know this but this track was used for 2 years in Formula 1 in the early 90s. Both races were won by Schumacher but due to location they
This RX-7 R2 started its life as a rotary and thats actually how I first met Eric, aka Grandmighty. I was impressed by the clean build when it was a rotary and I waited a long time to shoot it because it was getting a transplant. When it was ready
Winter is here. Maybe not officially, but last week’s weather sure said otherwise. The brief dusting of Canadian snow sent us hunting for our parkas and rushing to mount the snow tires. Yes – quite depressing, but as car enthusiasts its a routine we endure for the love of the