It’s been said again and again that, without question, the best part of this “scene” is the community. It seems as though most of the people I associate with these days spend more time worrying about scraping than they do about power… It’s a drastic change from several years ago. That’s not to say I have any qualms with high-powered cars; but it’s certainly interesting to see how the “trends” are slowly shaping the way people modify cars entirely.
Enter Jonathan Buhler.
I found this video, done by Christoph Wick, which is a look back at this year’s Rockabilly weekend, which happens to be on its 13th year.
Remember Viva from Christoph Wick on Vimeo.
It’s an awesome look at another niche of our automotive culture. There are some seriously sick cars in this bit as well. Take a look, check it out.
I foresee StanceWorks making an appearance next year perhaps? If you’re in the area and want to join in…..
We hope everyone enjoyed the long holiday! A few new, but old, photos of Rusty to enjoy as we finish off the weekend.
“Well, 80% of My Friends Are From Cars.” – Josh Peltier
Josh tells me that most of the friends he relies on today have come from his love of cars. You may not be friends with him yet, but we’re here to help you get to know him.
Josh is taking charge over on the eastern seaboard, living the low lifestyle we all know and love. You know… the lifestyle that isn’t just about driving around in a lowered car… The one that’s about the people, the community AND the cars…
It has always been important to us to try to bring “exclusive” content to the table. You can’t create something relevant and interesting by reposting the exact same content that everyone else is posting. With that being said there are times when we feel a second look is required to do the story justice.
I’d like to introduce you to Ryan Cates and his beautiful 1989 Mazda RX7.