Of the 300 GBs of photos I took in 2014, only 3 GBs of those ever made it to Fatlace; the others may have gotten some love on Instagram or even lost while waiting for publication, releases, etc….so here’s to the ones that never made it! Earlier this month, we
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
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!
Growing up my family lived on the edge of Lakewood Country Club / Pine Park, my friends and I pretty much carved our own trails in the woods on the parks property. The park is situated on the border of Jackson and Lakewood NJ, and made for prime real estate
During my recent trip to Japan I made it sure to meet and learn new tricks from the customizers and tuners. One of them is a Runzip Design which is in Fukushima. They specialize on bolt-on aero kits and coilover set-up. A day before OKJP, its designer Atsushi Honda together with his
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
Being the number one car manufacturer in Japan, Toyota has definitely a huge following in the aftermarket scene. Here are some the Toyota‘s during Offset Kings Japan. The infamous Levin which won ‘Best Toyota‘ proved that the classics had it. This USDM inspired AE86 was also a crowd favorite. Most of
For the past few weeks, I’ve been on a vacation from paradise. I left Hawaii and woke up on the east coast for “work” then enjoyed an extended layover in California. While home in Orange County, I was fortunate to attend my brothers’ graduations; one with his masters, and the