It’s finally that time of year. Whether you’ve been looking forward to it or not, the season of pain-ridden fingers and too many layers of clothing to actually be productive is upon us.
Some of us have our cars tucked away for the season, sitting in garages, waiting for the snow to melt and the plants to turn green once again.
StanceDesign has just put up their new line of automotive apparel and accessories complete with new shirts, hoodies, and the StanceWorks Plate Pack. Head on over to the store and check it out.
AWOL’s take on the 100 Drifters of December event at Summit Point over the weekend. Let’s just say it involves a helicopter…. click on the pic to have a watch.
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…..