Red carpets, suede ropes, flashing cameras, and a table for you and your crew with a bucket of that good stuff on ice. Sounds like a glamorous night at an upscale club downtown, doesn’t it?
Allow me to introduce Johnee Sou’s ’08 BMW 528i, a car that can provide this same glamorous feeling while looking much more appealing in the process than a couch and a candle lit coffee table to place your champagne flute.
This week’s #PMR comes all the way from Hawaii! Allen has done a wonderful job with this big-bodied Lexus LS460, we are speechless! A big shoutout to Derrick Mance for taking these incredible shots! Thanks for the submission guys!
If you can remember back to November of last year, the winter months were rolling in, and some of our most prized possessions were beginning to be tucked away into our garages. When we featured Scotty Ramos’ gorgeous Infiniti G35x, we were nothing but impressed; the car was flawless. Well, here we are a little over 6 months later, and after countless hours of bodywork, and meticulous planning, Scotty’s G35x emerges again, and we are floored!
Simple, luxurious, and low — the latest car to roll out of Dorbritz Designs, for an anonymous customer, ticks all the right boxes. These three words were key for the owner, as he describes himself as a simple guy with a taste for luxury. This makes the Lexus LS a perfect choice: mature sophistication without being overly extravagant.
After a long winter, and countless hours spent tearing the car apart, and putting it all back together again, Scotty Ramos is back with one of our favorite contributing photographers, Sean Dougherty, to bring us the video portion of “…And Beyond (Part II)”. With a whole new look on this gorgeous, one-of-a-kind AWD sedan, Sean gives us a first-hand peak at what Scotty’s been up to over the past couple of months including a whole new paint job and some flawless body work in the rear quarters! Lets just say, you won’t be disappointed!
A few weeks ago, we featured Part 1 of one of our favorite Lexus IS250’s to date, owned by Henry Lin from San Francisco, California (Henry Lin’s IS250 Part 1). Amusingly enough, as the feature went live, Henry released his new wheel set up through social media networks such as Facebook and Instagram and the praises flooded the screen. With knowledge of his drop on his new look, we caught up with Henry for a second time to discuss the outstanding changes he has made and the impact it had on his goals and achievements.
There are moments in our lives where we find ourselves trapped in a haze, dreaming of a goal that seems so far out of reach. And when you open your eyes, you realize that you couldn’t be any further from the vision you so desperately want in front of you. Henry Lin grew up in a small town in Burma country in South Asia, geographically located next to Thailand. With its harsh weathers and equally rough roads, trucks and SUVs ruled the course, and often the trails as you might find them to be. Coming from an area where cars were the last commodity, it wasn’t until Henry moved to San Francisco, California where he knew he would have a shot at engaging the automotive culture.
It’s that time of the week again; except we’ve changed it up a from what you may be used to. The new and improved Wallpaper Wednesday’s will not only showcase an awesome ride, but also an awesome designer.
We can all relate to childhood fantasies of owning a wide variety of dream cars. Mark recalls driving past a billboard advertising the “All New 500hp BMW M5” when he was an aspiring adult. Little did he realize that this exact car would be adorning his garage in the near future. With a growing family, Mark found the perfect balance between family sedan, and show-stopping elegance. The BMW e60 M5 has arguably some of the most gorgeous lines a car could ever wear. Read More
“I have always envisioned my car to be the best I can get it to.” Jan Martin Villanos, known simply as “Martin”, described what he has always conceived of his first vehicle that will carry the signature VIP features. Making the best of something is what Martin can implement on himself. As a corpsman in the U.S. Navy, Martin’s career is one not easily feasible by just anyone. In charge of mobilizing reservists and sending them overseas for their mission, Martin’s work involves making sure whoever is putting their lives on the line for the country are both mentally and physically qualified for the job. In 2006, Martin was based in Atlanta, Georgia and despite his love for his Toyota AE86, he knew he needed a reliable, daily-driven vehicle that would take him wherever the Navy would and combined with his earnest automotive hobby, it resulted in this alluring Lexus GS430.