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Drive Your Cars

Peter and I caught up with Ralph recently as the weather got warmer in Sydney to shoot his super collectible Porsche 968CS. The thing with cars is that, you should probably enjoy them for their function, because for so many vehicles the art comes in utility and experience. Ralph originally co-owned this 968CS, buying at…

Flag Carrier.

Eurasia Motorsport was formed in Hong Kong in 2004 by three expat Brits, Mark Goddard, Martin Quick and Piers Hunnisett. They had all arrived in Asia in 1994 for the inaugural round of the Formula Asia Championship and all three ended up remaining in the region. Goddard managed the championship winning Toyota Alabang Formula Toyota…

Illest x Brian Ortega

Illest is set to release a very special collection that has never been done before. For previous years, the California-based streetwear brand has been collaborating with marquee companies from different industries. This time, it’s the Ultimate Fighting Championship and Brian “T-City” Ortega! UFC Featherweight contender Brian Ortega will be having a special ILLEST collection that…

Inspired by the OG

“I wanted to stray away from the average SC builds” says Freddie Williams, owner of this 95 Lexus SC300.. Being influenced by the original Hellaflush scene, Freddie decided to go by his own rules by building a Z30 which pays tribute to the California car scene 10 years ago. At a time when builds were…

Fatlace trips: Japan 1.0

Warning: this is not an automotive post. As most of you browse Fatlace.com for builds and car events, a huge chunk of the monthly data shows that readers are deeply interested in lifestyle events curated by the team. Fatlace’s DNA runs deep in sneakers, art, graffiti and toys – things that embody the term “Collect…

Clean and static A7

A few days ago, we shared a VIP-style W219 here on the Fatlace blog.. The CLS have been unanswered by the German brands for a couple of years when it first rolled off the production. Fast forward to 2010, Audi strikes a home run in the form of the A7. Check out this static A7…

Finding Happiness: Marc’s EK

It’s difficult to be satisfied as a builder. Happiness is frequently fleeting, there is always an issue to address, or a shortcoming that can be overcome. Perhaps it’s just a change, nonetheless things are rarely complete. “I’m happy with the car, maybe upgrade the suspension and the seats but not much else,” was Marc’s response…