I can be some of a history junky when it comes to cars and motorcycles. What attracted me to this video even more, is the uniqueness of Morgan. It’s a company known for still using wood in the structure of the car. It’s something that is just plain cool and with the super old school vibe it can’t be denied. Offering super light bases and pretty reliable motors you have a wining combo that has stood the test of time. What’s even cooler about these cars is hearing a passionate restorer talk about them. This is what it’s all about. The passion. The history.<p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/50242611″>Man of Morgan – Derek Wilburn</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/petroli”>Petrolicious</a> on <a href=”http://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>.</p>
You always love to hear stories of cars being brought back to life. It almost makes the build a greater experience. Depth of Speed really puts together a great video series and it was great to have someone share the love the volkswagen community gives. It’s what it’s all about, learning and building on your own. Doing things you never thought you could. Props to the owner for building it berg cup style. It’s something that isn’t too popular and takes a lot of commitment.
Enjoy!<p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/48413248″>Depth of Speed: Back To Life</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/joshclason”>Josh Clason</a> on <a href=”http://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>.</p>
It’s fair to say that a dream for must of us-car enthusiasts, is to be able to build cars and modify from scratch. It’s crazy when you think about it, because it takes about 10 times longer to build things the right way. But it’s about a passion, its not about the time. Another great video explaining that this passion doesn’t need to make sense, that’s why it’s a passion. It’s not about the money its about the love of creating something from nothing.<p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/47573685″>Depth of Speed: Something From Nothing</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/joshclason”>Josh Clason</a> on <a href=”http://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>.</p>
Wow! I have just been non-stop the past couple of days. I apologize for the lack of posts.
Anyways, I always find myself posting the newest Depth of Speed videos. DoS is a really great web series about beautiful cars and more importantly the people behind the beautiful creations. I really love these oddly shaped 60’s era vans. And what’s even better, is that he drives the crap out of it! Another great episode starring a regular guy who built a amazing car and loves it to death. You’ve got to love it.
I am really liking Depth of Speed is doing with their short web videos. Like I said before, you really get to see the the store behind the car and the passion of the owner. Also really cool to see his collection. A Datsun wagon and a Toyota pickup. Two very different and very unique cars that are equally cool.
ps- I would rock the crap out of that truck!
I could only imagine what it is like to own a vintage Skyline. It’s a dream for many, including myself. I mean I have yet to even see one in person yet. They all seem to be on the west coast, which makes sense. But to actually own one, that must be an overwhelming experience, being behind the wheel of a car that is wanted by all car enthusiasts around the world. A great video from Depth of Speed showing a guy who is absolutely in love with his new car.
It’s great to see that people are still passionate about cars. With all the trends out today, many people mod cars just to be seen. It’s sad but true. Mark Arcenal is the founder of Fatlace and is a certified car addict. Minus his black 911 the three cars in this video are three of my favorite cars that he has owned. As he explains, each car have so much character. When the owner of a exploding company talks about something we can all relate to, it makes for a very successful combination. Huge shout to Mark and I wish the best for the future of his company. Thankfully I will be attending my first wekfest in Chicago. Hopefully I will get to meet him there.