You got to love videos like this. A man who is literally living a the life that many of us dream. It’s awesome to see that people from around the world get the opportunity to own these classic cars. And I think he’s got the purpose of owning these cars down packed. It’s all to bring a community together, create new friendships, and help contribute to better it. Having said that, this guys garage is absolutely beautiful, and seems to be meticulously kept. And he brings these restorations up to levels that we see with American cars here in the states. Every part and panel has either been replaced or perfected. It’s exciting to see it. I honestly would make a trip out to Thailand just to see his garage if I could. You’ve got to love the variety of cars he has. The love of cars is universal.
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.
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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.
It’s really cool seeing the different tuner scene’s from around the world. This time we visit Thailand. It’s almost like watching the current Cali scene. Pretty cool thinking this is on the other side of the world.
The song speaks volumes about these cars and the people involved in creating them. The first thing that comes to my mind is, beauty. There simply aren’t many cars that look as good as these. If you haven’t been following RWB they recently created a shop in Thailand and as you can see, just finished their second RWB car. Both of which had the personal Nakai-san touch. Nakai-san is actually in the US RWB shop working on the first US RWB 964. That is dedication to the fullest. Having a hand in EVERY creation. Props to one of the greater builders of our generation.