Last weekend, I met up with a few friends from the newly formed PNW Classics group which is growing chapters in Portland up to Seattle. Stay tuned for our first interstate event! We all cruised down the road to check out the grand opening of the GTR Garage. Check them
MAHALO to everyone who came out to support our Slammed Aloha Sunday events and especially those who donated to the Toy Drive too! Don’t forget to follow @illest on Instagram for updated information on upcoming ones!
Earlier this month, we stretched the meaning of island hopping a little bit and hopped from Hawaii over to Japan! My Instagram (@yaeantho) has been a sneak peak of our travel diaries, but below is Part 3 – Automotive Heaven…don’t forget to check out my other 2 posts Aloha Japan
One of the types of cars I looked forward to during my trip was the Nissan‘s. The diverse style of these cars in Japan was simply amazing. From being a big Nissan fan, I also took the opportunity to know the cars and owners better. Here are some from Offset
I always get a kick out of seeing someone’s daily essentials post. What goes with them? What doesn’t? Why did they choose the items and what’s its significance? For me, I’m always on a quest to minimize the toys without sacrificing quality. My first attempt was moving to a mirror-less
Mercury Motorsport run by Trent and Tessa Whyte are a tuning powerhouse in my local city of Brisbane, Australia. Their personal car is better known by it’s number plate NITTO, an R34 GT-R that has been their test mule for many years and has been very impressive as they continued
Respect Your Elders. from fatlace on Vimeo. A story of 2 generations of the Nissan Skyline / GTR and respecting your elders. Filmed by Teru & J.Chow FatlaceTV See more on fatlace.com/tv/