There are a few website’s I can actually can my favorite. Bring A Trailer is definitely, 100% one of my favorites. I have to admit, scouring the internet for rare, qwerky, and valuable cars is a fun past time for me, so I was naturally drawn to this site. The difference between BAT and other random sites that showcase cars for sale is the complete randomness of its content. And I mean that in the best way possible. It can show a cool 60’s Dodge Dart one day, a Lotus Elan the next, and a Volkswagen Bus a week later. See what I mean? And of course, all of the cars shown are in beautiful condition, and by beautiful, it could mean unrestored with a lovely patena or a nut and bolt restoration. It’s just cool. And there’s no denying. Props to the owners for having some amazing taste.
You have to credit these guys who are absolutely passionate about a specific style and type of car. You talk to them and they know every little fact about the history of the car and the company. It’s definitely a refreshing change from some of these “tuner” guys who know nothing. Lancia are indeed, some of the most beautiful cars ever built, just something about those Italians. Take a moment and really enjoy one of those beautiful Italians and learn something you didn’t.
I really love what Fatlace is doing. It is really cool seeing how much growth this company has had in the past years. I’m pretty sure putting a successful show together in Japan in itself is a clear example of their growing success. Below is a cool video put together of their show called slammed society. So if you don’t like low static cars, don’t bother watching it. haha
I really enjoy seeing the automotive scene in different countries. Living in the states we are very using to always seeing the “best of the best”, but a ton of countries have amazing car builds to offer. Not to mention enthusiasts to match these amazing builds. Maiham-Media does a great job of showing what Thailand has to offer. Thailand is not only a beautiful place, it also carries a ton of great automotive enthusiasts.<p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/48798689″>Maiham-Media.com Travel to Thailand</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/maihammedia”>Maiham-Media.com</a> on <a href=”http://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>.</p>
You know, it’s gets really annoying when some people are so close minded about a lot of aspects in this aftermarket automotive market we are swarmed in. If you don’t like stance, that’s fine, but there’s no need to go a bash people who do. It’s just like music and clothing, people are always going to like different things. I was brought up to love everything automotive, and I still do. So even though I’ve owned mostly european it doesn’t mean I don’t like enjoying Japanese or anything. In fact there are tons of non-european cars I plan on building. I came across this picture, and it kind of reminded me of how many people hate seeing cars like this. But who cares? Do what you love. Props to the people who don’t build cars for other groups and acceptance. Your doing it right.
It is really cool checking out what other country’s and culture’s are doing in the car scene. It’s pretty crazy to think that trends from the states and Japan are carried over and picked up by the people over in Thailand. It’s also really cool to see what kind of trends and style’s they bring up on their own. A great video with a TON of quality cars. Quite a surprise to be honest. But props to all of them, shouldn’t be a surprise at all.
I posted a video a while ago on the owner of Liberty Walk, a tuning company that specialize’s in high end cars. Luke Huxham just posted a new video about his personal collection of vintage cars and his take on the tuning world. You have to respect a guy that owns Lamborghini’s, the ultimate car in many eye’s, and can still drive and ride classic machine’s. That is a true enthusiast.
He seriously has one of the nicest, cleanest collection of vintage Japanese cars and bikes I’ve seen. So dope.