Work, Work, Work, Work

New beginnings for a bunch of us.  It may not be warm enough yet but there is no time to wait.  Show and drift season is just around the corner.   Dave is working on a VR swap and selling his diesel motor. Dan is building and parting out way too many VWs to keep […]

Slippery Slope.

The e36 was in need of some major bushing love.  The front lollipop bushings were non existent.  It made for eventful driving.  So I took it to Moneygang Steve to put in some lollipops, tie rods and control arms………..and weld the diff.  I had considered welding the diff earlier, but there was no real need. […]

Year In Review 2015

Happy New years!  We’re taking a belated look back at some of our favourite photos and articles from our past year.  Some shows, some builds, some drifting, some classics, some modern.  We did a lot of everything. The progress and development of the MoneyGang Drift Team was substantial.  Steve went from a street car (e30) […]

Megaspeed 2014

This was our first visit to a Megaspeed/Performance World show.  I felt it was a good kickoff to show season.  Though the chilly weather outside did nothing to agree. I did see some facebook statuses at the smaller show size this year.  However for new visitors like us, we did not notice such.  What we […]

Tokyo Autosalon by Tomochika Shibata pt.1

We’ve been in contact with Tomochika Shibata for a few years now.  He was one of our first Japanese fans to comment on our site.  It felt awesome having some fans overseas.  He recently had the opportunity to go to this year’s Tokyo Autosalon aka the coolest car show in Japan.  So I asked him […]

Scraped.Crusaders. Favourite Ride of 2013

Our crew always has a favourite car of the year.  We never post about it.   We just always have one car we talk about.  And it’s always from H2Oi.  Previous years include Jay’s Legacy Wagon, LooneyLow’s Civic, that boosted Trailblazer (everyone who was there, knows the one).  Inevitably there would be more this year. […]

V8 Supercars Shunt

James Courtney escaped from major injuries this weekend after Alexander Premat plowed into the side of his car.  Not much blamed can be put on Premat though. Once you leave the track at that speed at that corner, you’re pretty much a passenger.

WTCC Testing

I’m liking these new Citroen WTCC cars more and more. Big wheels, big wing, big flares.  Our kind of recipe.  It really is looking like supertourers 2.0.   I’m not sure they’ll be as fast, as they are no where near sophisticated.  But it’s a definate step up from S2000 or NGTC spec.  Also what’s […]

Berlin Klassik 2013

This was my first time at Berlin Klassik, and while it was further away than most of what we attended this year, it was worth it. The VW stuff was what we usually expect out of local shows; but the BMW crowd definitely stole the show. I always try to shoot as many Audi’s as […]

Cars and Coffee Finale 2013

We have been fairly regular at Cars and Coffee the last few weeks. I’m particularly glad we made it for the last week of the season EA shows up. The turnout was the best we’ve seen. Benzes were aplenty. A couple less popular Ferrari’s were also in attendance. One of my top 5 favorite cars; […]

Vagkraft 2013 by Matt

This year Vagkraft for me was seen from a much different perspective than usual, and that was the perspective of a vendor. Even though the Pfaff Tuning booth did need attention, I was able to slip away and snap some shots of cars that really stood out to me, so here are my personal favorites. […]

Tires23 BBQ v.2

As Gill said; we have a lot of fun at these “small” customer appreciation BBQ’s. The wide array of cars affords everyone something to love. For me, it was this 993. I also spent a good deal of time drooling over these 2 M cars. Bagged widebody cars? Check. One of the few cars that […]

Eurokracy 2013-Part 1

Despite the entire day of rain and the long drive the cruise was certainly a success. We had over 20 cars; which despite being tough to coordinate, was a great turnout! The show itself had a different venue than last year which allowed for full 1/4 mile runs and a better layout for the vendor […]