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Our StanceNation Osaka event has been in the works for years so to finally make it happen feels amazing.
Most of you are probably in-the-know by now, but Gatebil is a truly one of a kind ‘car festival’ that’s located in the two Scandinavian countries, Sweden and Norway.
As many of you might know, VIP style comes in many shapes and forms. Doesn’t it seem like all you see on the internet now a days are VIP cars sporting massive fender radius, extreme negative camber and super aggressive aero kits?
We’ll be the first to admit that we’ve been slacking a bit when it comes to covering VIP & VIP Style events.
As Summer draws to a close, our friends over at IDL Design hosted an end of the season meet at their shop in Southern California.
We’ve been covering these “Raceism” events since 2013, and year after year the event organizers continue bringing some of the finest cars from all over Europe together.
Another day, another look back at our annual SNJ G Edition event. In our previous post we just finished telling you how epic the Japanese car enthusiasts are.
Over the last few years we’ve been hosting 2 different events in Japan. One being in Odaiba (Tokyo) second half of the year, and the other being in Huis Ten Bosch (Nagasaki) earlier in the year.
We all know that the S-Chassis has been around for decades, and it’s safe to say that building one (more specifically the S13 Silvia) that looks totally different from anything we’ve seen before is next to impossible.
Unless you are a frequent attendee of the larger water-cooled Volkswagen/Audi events in the States, you probably won’t get the chance to see an A7 tucking some pricey rollers and running air.
Let’s just say that Texas never disappoints. We’ve been having shows there for years now and while we didn’t see as many TEAM/CREW cars as we had hoped for, the number of vendor cars & individuals not affiliated with crews/teams did increase this year.
This is my second time visiting this particular event and the first thing I notice is that the size of the event has grown alot since last year.
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