Modifying a car must be hard in Japan. As having an all-access pass on every single car part can be the largest threat, which can result in to losing the car’s original persona. First thing that catches my eye in a build is the car’s own character, this is how the car is modified
The most productive thing I’ve done all weekend was shoot my buddy’s, Mike Klonoff’s (@Swagtothemax) E36 M3. This car started as a stock M3 that sat under the covers, hidden in a corner of the parking lot at the house I live at. When Mike had to part ways with
Here’s an awesome video by Alonso Truman from our Offset Kings Santa Monica event. Enjoy!
I’m all about spotlighting individuals who are passionate about their hobby. The article is currently in the works and it will be featuring Eduardo Nauiack’s 1995 Moto Guzzi 1100 Sport. Keep your eyes peeled, this is going to be a good one.
Krazy Kids Radio has been putting together fire mixtapes since 2007 and their mix this week is ill. It’s the perfect up-beat hump day pick-me-up. Want to know something krazy? DJ Ant One and Kid DEE will be spinning at our upcoming Fatlace Friday on 5/20. Festivities will start at
It’s always great to see an individual who’s really passionate about their craft, get the credit they deserve. In this short film by Stellar, Wesley Kim shares with us why he builds motorcycles and what keeps him going. Enjoy!
I had the privilege on taking photos of the ‘CarGuy‘ F40 during the Japan Motor Games at Fuji International Speedway. Responsible for numerous exotic cars in Japan, Car Guy takes time out during events like these with their ‘garage queens’. On to the photos. The founder of the group stretched his million dollar classic
When you think you have built the ‘perfect car’ for yourself, what’s next? You outshine it. I like the idea of escalating things and ideas; it shows that you are ready to face bigger challenges. High-risks, high-rewards; this is my way of thinking. Enter the world of Keith Bryan Haw, known for
Being the ‘tamer’ version of the BNR34, the ER34 has bigger shoes to fill as it serves as an underdog to the mighty GT-R. For car customizers who want something more challenging, consider this point that RB26 equipped model ‘must’ follow a certain formula. Why? As ‘properly’ modifying the GT-R
Wekfest comes back to Hawaii for their 6th show in the Islands. This show kicks of the Wekfest 2016 International tour. Only the cars that passed the pre-screening process were able to enter the show, which means only the top cars weather it’s a European, Japanese, Domestic builds are being shown.
There are several builds that sparked my interest on the RAUH-Welt Begriff movement back in 2011. With only a few builds back then, there are 4 memorable cars I could easily recall: Stella Artois, Royal Montegobay, Advantage, and Rough rhythm. Considering these creations by Akira Nakai ‘OG status‘, taking photos and featuring it on
We just recently kicked off our 2016 season with our first show in Guam. The weather was perfect and everyone showed up as expected, when the sun went down. We’ll be adjusting that show next year to make it a night show and will continue to transform our show. We’ll
With the increasing demand for Japanese classic cars, searching for your ultimate 70’s Nissan Skyline is no walk in the park. Considered in Japan as the ‘holy grail’ of classics, exporting a Hakosuka is the ultimate dream for any JDM car enthusiast. But have you ever wondered on why most of these cars still
As something close to six months late, the moments are still fresh in my mind. There are several reasons why this blog post will be my last feature for 2015 before my traditional year-ender. So why call it the greatest car night ever? It is because of these three things: