A new frontier in automotive refinishing is upon us, and never has this been more evident then this past week at the Chicago Auto Show. Apparently, Nissan is attempting to feel out the market in regard to new refinishing technology, two completely separate processes one of which repels grime, dirt,
We live in an age where drifting edits are a dime a dozen, so it isn’t easy to stand out in the crowd among your peers, but there are a few people who remain on the forefront of shooting in a way that others can’t seem to capture. One person
About a year ago, a few fellow classic car enthusiasts gathered before and at the United Royals Meet (http://fatlace.com/lacedup/2014/01/rewind/). But since then, there hasn’t been much action until last weekend’s Old School Meet & Greet hosted by our friend Tommy (http://instagram.com/tommy_dolo). It was so awesome to see so many classics
In this video Nissan uses it’s 100% electric LEAF to generate a powerwasher! This powerwasher will create art otherwise known as “reverse graffiti” in order to draw attention to how polluted our environment can become. Ordinary city streets & walls that most of the time get extremely grimey can easily
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
Chris Forsberg stars in this Clarion ad which features a 70s Datsun 280Z powered by a RB and a newer 370Z. Check it out.
In these times, what makes a car stand out? Good choice of wheels and aggressive fitment? Not all the time. This 240sx made its name the old fashion way: form follows function. When Autoplus built a D1 spec s13 for local competitions back in 2007, they envisioned the car’s future to be
Formula Drift Long Beach is the season opener and from my point of view, the hardest one for drivers to start off with. If you’re a rookie in Formula Drift, nothing can prepare you for the speed the walls come at you in that first corner. For the next few