A timeless yet classic piece of machinery is difficult to find these days. Especially one that defines all the key elements of what you’d find in a car build with many rare parts. One that has stood the test of time and has achieved this perfect balance – it has found that sweet spot; the Gold EG.
Last weekend event at FIR West. The heat was dishing it out, but everybody managed to have a good time.
This weekend resulted in another trip out to the West Coast for Nisei Showoff. The L.A. show was a great success and brought a diverse spectrum of cars that I normally don’t see together.
Phil Robles getting the ICB R ready for FF Battle this weekend in Fontana, CA. Good luck Phil.
I have always been infatuated with Porsche GT3 cars, now Porsche has made my dreams, and possibly half of the people on the planet dreams, come true also…
I’ve been reading and looking over photos of Eibach from previous years. This last weekend I had the opportunity to attend and witness the event up-close and personal. During our ride I decided to kill some time and take some shots of Jorge’s gold EG. After looking at the photos I hope that sometime in the near future we have a chance to do a proper shoot of his car.
What else is there to say!
As we launch project onethirty with our first post, I can’t help to think that is the same weekend as the debut of Fast and Five. It has been almost ten years since the first movie came out and made everybody and their Pontiac Sunfire get some streetglow under-car neon.