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!
Last month after I got my 1973 BMW 2002 back from an engine rebuild and paint refresh, I took it right out to the 3rd Annual Oktoberfest 2014 hosted by Mercedes-Benz Club of America Hawaii Chapter – mahalo for another great show!
For the past few weeks, I’ve been spending any of my free time working on photos from Pow Wow Hawaii 2014 where the initial set of over 1,000 photos has now become around 250 final post processed products. So to most effectively share this experience, I have split up what
What I find most interesting about car enthusiasts are the countless stories and memories they have about building their prized possessions. Regardless if the car is new or old, there is bound to be a story of hardship, joy, or both. When I rolled up next to Shane in his
After over a year of living the HI life, Socal in the winter was rather cold…that didn’t stop me from having a great time!In addition to quality family time, I also spent some time with some good friends. R.K. Smith from Hot VWs Magazine invited me to their headquarters, which
The end is near, so this is my last post…either end of the world or end of the year. But regardless of whichever comes first, it’s a good time for reflection on the past year. My past year can be characterized by one word – opportunity. First and foremost, I