When the law comes between an owner and his car, only the truly dedicated enthusiasts would go this far; to modify a car to be exactly how they want. Sam took a big step to overlook the law in order to get this Mazda looking just right.
This week’s Wallpaper Wednesday showcases Cyrus Wagner’s B6 Audi A4 shot by the talented Anthony Sundell.
Aftermarket automotive culture has never really been a place that catered to the fairer sex. From late nights spent in a dusty garage working with dirty tools while beer-swigging bros tell even dirtier jokes, to the meets and shows that cater to base masculine desires with scantily-clad models and greasy food. Read More
When most guys think of the Volkswagen scene they think of bags, roof racks and outlandish touches like sticker bombing or wheels that seem to be coated with leftover paint from a club that is home to raves. Some seem to be concerned with how low they can go instead of how their car performs, because most will say low and slow is the name of the game. Now if you think Robert was simply concerned with the low and slow life, well you’d be sadly mistaken.
“Canibeat always does an amazing job setting up a quality car event showcasing quality cars. First Class Fitment definitely takes the cake as one of the best car shows of the year. I was fortunate to attend again this year and here’s my little coverage video of the event. Everyone’s cars who was in the show was on point and I wish I could have filmed all of them. But I hope you all like my video and please, as always…Watch it, Like it, SHARE it!
By the way, I’ve always loved the song I used ever since I first heard it on Gran Turismo 2. If you all recognized the song, then props to you! Now I feel old knowing that I played GT2.” – Daniel Phan (4MATIONMEDIA)
The Cardigans – My Favorite Game
During the early hours of the beautiful Saturday morning, I sat and watched the already busy street through the wide window. Gazing at all the passing vehicles and seeing the reflections of the drivers within the exterior of his canvas drew attention to how diverse and intimate this art can be. When I heard the guilty racket of scraping outside, I took a look and noticed a particular Mazda Miata outside pulling into the driveway. Parked and locked, a man walked towards the restaurant in this basic beige flannel, jeans and some classic Ray Bans. Once inside, I stood up and greeted him with a handshake and after formerly introducing ourselves, we both sat down and decided on some small talk before we emerged ourselves into the world of one man’s persistence and diligence. Scott Masterson drove all the way from Virginia Beach, Virginia to spend the weekend at the infamous H2O International event in Ocean, City, Maryland and I was fortunate enough to discourse the story of both Scott himself and his beautifully built 1995 Mazda Miata over hot coffee and pancakes. Afterall, who could ask for a better breakfast conversation than that?
Many times, we see something we like; and it becomes our motivation for what we do, and how we do it. Elias has owned more Honda’s than even he can count, but when he happened upon this Nissan, he couldn’t help himself but to stray from the Honda scene for a bit, and we couldn’t be more pleased. Elias’ 300zx started life as a dark shade of green, but not long after he got his hands on it, things began to take a different direction.
Our friend Dzemo (pronounced Jaymo) is the owner of this beautiful Audi TT and a wedding photographer and videographer by trade. So after filming wedding after wedding this past wedding season, he decided to mix it up and shoot a quick automotive video. So with the help of his close friend Stas Furman they put together this cool short film documenting a day in NYC with the TT. It’s been exactly 4 years today since Dzemo purchased his TT and we couldn’t think of a better way to commemorate the occasion!
Wednesday already?! Hope this week is going by fast for you! This week’s wallpaper Wednesday eye candy is brought to us by Noel Barnum. His pictures and his 2013 Scion FRS Firestorm Red.