Every year as the summer sun tapers off and the fall winds start blowing, it comes time for my favorite show of the year, H2O International. Moving to the west coast wasn’t going to stop me from seeing the cars and friends that I looked forward to hanging out with every year. Ben and I packed our bags and flew out to Atlantic City, picked up our car, and boarded the Ferry on our way down to Ocean City, Maryland. There are always specific cars that you look forward to seeing.
For those of you who have been wanting a update on Rusty, Mike put together some quick footage. While it’s not too revealing, the details of the build will be well worth the wait. Bias aside, I found this piece to be the “pick-me-up” I needed going into the winter months and reminding me why we do what we do. Hope it does the same for you.
Last Saturday Fatlace hosted their first ever Japanese Hellaflush event at Fuji Speedway. There was a huge range of cars and styles, it was truly amazing too see them all together in one place.
I arrived pretty late in the day so I spent my time in a mad rush trying to catch a glimpse of all the cars before they left. Even though I was in a hurry I managed to get a lot of pics, so here are a few examples to show the quality and diversity of the cars on the day.
4MATIONMEDIA put together a great recap of the H2Oi weekend.
Most people would think that the capital of Australia is Sydney. Guess what….
It isn’t. Canberra is the heart of the Australian Capital Territory, where all the politicians gather to scream at each other like children in kindergarden. I’m not exaggerating, google it.
The minitruck scene in Australia is somewhat smaller then that of America, but none the less there are some quality builders here who are willing to put in the hours of labour for what they love.