We didn’t think this day would ever come, but we were fortunate enough to finally be able to host our very first event of 2020. The unfortunate thing (for Americans, at least) is that the event was held far far away. You guessed it, Japan. Where in Japan you ask? Yamaguchi prefecture! Covid-19 restrictions (as..
We didn’t think we would have a second set of photos of this event, but our talented photographer Ryo Kato came through at the last minute and sent us 100’s of incredible photos that we know you all will love. As always, you can click here to view the first part of the coverage. Everything..
Another year, another Fenderist Japan event in the books. And just like last year, this year brought nothing but quality cars out from all over Japan. Before you get distracted make sure to click here to check out our previous years coverage of this event! For those who are curious to learn more about the..
If you’re anything like me, when you think of the R35 GT-R, you think high performance. These cars are so engrained into the high horsepower tuning world at this point that it’s almost more rare to see one without a crazy 1000hp engine build and a big wing than with. This is the norm in..
Flash back to SEMA 2018 – Second day. Since I had spent my first half-day on the opposite side of the convention center in the conference/seminar area, I saw almost no cars. Well, no cars that immediately caught my attention. If you’ve ever hustled through that convention center barely on time (read: late) to a..
If you’ve not seen the first part of our Fixwell coverage make sure to click here. Fixwell event specializes in wheel fitment and most (if not all) of their awards are related around the stance & wheel fitment of the vehicle, more so than your average event in Japan. We are looking forward to seeing..
Another year, another new event in Japan. This time around we are taking you all the way to Nagano prefecture to show you an event that kind of came out of nowhere. We didn’t see much promo for this event but the organizers were still able to bring together close to 200 cars. And not..
There are plenty of cars out there that follow a less is more strategy, in fact, many of my favorite builds are just that. I’ve no doubt championed that build style here. As an inverse, I wouldn’t say that I dislike cars with more things done to them. I just think that once you complicate..
Here’s a cliché start for you – we’re living in some seriously strange times. If you’re reading this in real time, you know it; I don’t need to spend any time explaining this to you. If you’re reading it in the future, I’m sure that you’re well aware that 2020 has not been the smoothest..
Have you ever noticed how things that are out of reach sometimes are the most desirable? It’s a natural human tendency, to want what you can’t have. I think for most American car people, it’s the cars we didn’t get here in the states that give us that feeling more than most things. The S15..