With the Ruckus scene growing in popularity during the past couple of months, it was within due time that there would be an event to showcase these ‘scoots’. This is where Alpinestars, Standard Functions, and Fatlace stepped in to give the enthusiasts what they wanted and presented the community with “The Ruck Out” event on March 24, 2012. The event was held at the Alpinestars facility in Torrance, CA but before the event all three companies planned out a ride for all the attendee’s. The ride started from the Illest store in Little Tokyo, to Honda’s headquarters in Torrance, CA for a quick pit stop before heading out to the end location at Alpinestars.
Here’s a video that was posted yesterday by Ukranian videographers КВАД Фото-Видео. We love these old Ladas and are excited to bring you some exclusive features of these cars once the snow melts. Stay tuned!
Every year in late March, Grossman Tuning hosts a show marking the beginning of show season on the banks of the Ohio River in Louisville, Kentucky. What began as a small meet held at their shop in years past has become one of the fastest growing and most anticipated shows in the Midwest.
I recently repaired my front lip and somehow chanced upon a pretty cool location to shoot cars. While I was waiting for my client to come for his photo shoot, I decided to take a few snaps of my own car. It’s a BMW 135i. I have a few more mods coming in and it’ll be done since I have a new project car coming in next month. Leave a comment and let us know what you think. Read More
“Is your car low enough?” If you hear this question from three different people during one gas station visit, you know you’re doing it right. Tanner Norwood from Cleveland, Tennessee can’t even change lanes in his ‘94 supercharged Miata without destroying reflectors or grinding the crown of the road. Although, this problem should be expected when your skid plates are not even a quarter of an inch from the ground.
Every time there’s a LTBMW car meet, it’s pretty much a known fact that it will be big. If you are familiar with Bimmerfest then think of a LTBMW meets just as you would a mini Bimmerfest with plenty of fine BMWs. There were even cars from Norcal and Arizona that made the journey out just for the meet. This time the meet evolved a little and turned out to be similar to a car show. Mackin, HRE Wheels, KW Suspensions, Redbull, Attic clothing, and a few others came out with booths and show cars. I’ve been to every LTBMW meet and I can truly say that if you want a good taste of Socal’s BMW scene, then you should attend one and experience it for yourself. Read More
Mar 14, 2012
Photography By: Arthur Leytman
This week we bring you a shot from our friend Arthur Leytman of Ian from Liberty VIP’s G37 at First Class Fitment 2011! Ian’s G37 is sitting pretty on a set of D2Forged Wheels and looks right at home with with the airplane in the background. Keep an eye out for more information about First Class Fitment 2012 coming soon!
NW-Built set out to provide an outlet where all types of cars and people could collaborate in one place to expose the diversity of the region. Golden Gardens, WA became the place where over 1200 cars and even more enthusiasts joined together to kick back, have a great time and enjoy the Pacific Northwest automotive scene & atmosphere. Enjoy guys!
A few months ago I had the chance to shoot some Nissans while hanging out at Baus Auto. They specialize on Nissans and Infiniti aftermarket bumpers and parts. The following cars have been worked on in some way or another by Baus Auto. Enjoy guys. Read More
This week we bring you a couple shots from Canibeat photographer Marin Nelson of Joe Schneider’s EK. Marin took these photos at Joe’s shop Backyard Designs Co. in Orange, CA for a recent feature in one of our favorite publications, Fast Car Magazine. Joe’s car may not have the most rare high end parts but we think a lot of people can relate to this grassroots build. Be sure to pick up the March Civic Special issue of Fast Car on stands now with Joe’s car on the cover to see more from this feature!