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
Another addition to feed that classic addiction a lot of us have, is a pair of classic Nissan Skyline’s. These two are owned by a two guys associated with Fatlace over in Cali. I think most of us would dream to own either one, let alone get a chance to modify them to the state these are in. Mark’s newest addition to the Hakosuka is the Work CR01 wheels. Which are a favorite for me, with 15×11’s in the back and a lovely fat tire. It fills the fender and improves fitment over the last set of wheels he had. I am truly in love!
This car really does speak for itself. Everyone knows about it. Everyone, at least everyone I know, loves it and everything RWB is doing. This short video was put together, and put together very very nicely. Props.
Oddly enough I am really liking the styling of a bunch of the newer American cars. I guess it’s about time they took some styling cue’s from the Europeans. When I heard Fatlace was working on a Chevy Sonic for Sema it really got me interested to see what could be done to the car. I really liked how it came out. I’m glad they decided to go with a OEM+ look. With a wrap and 19inch(to my best knowledge) Rotiform’s the car looks surprisingly good. I wonder how popular these cars are going to get 10 years down the road when they become inexpensive.
For the past couple months Luke Huxham have been blessing us with unprecedented coverage of RWB cars and Idler Games. Luke really knows how to create a great video. This is probably the first documentary I didn’t want to end. As I said before, it’s great to see these RWB cars are driven hard and still look REALLY good. It’s a passion we can all relate to. To you Luke, keep up the great work.
After coming back from Chicago, and recovering from the weekend, this was the first thing I wanted to post up. I watched it on my phone friday night, but couldn’t figure out how to post it in my app. Oh well. This video is really inspiring. Nakai-San seems like a really humble guy doing what he loves to do. It just happens that his love is building ridiculous Porsche’s.
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.