For me this is the best part of H20; aside from the fact that there are far too many little get togethers to attend. We arrived early this year (Monday) so the first few days are full of empty parking lots and non-congested streets. It’s kind of nice; it’s easier to shoot at Taphouse, that’s for sure.
I was loving this TT, so simple, so good.
Yo Dan, why you no have bagged Tiggy yet?
Although my B5 looks dumb with the hood up because the grille is attached to it; it does make bumperless look less awkward. Still, Pre X Evo’s do it for me.
Ya, we know, it’s a VW show; and there are a lot of cool VAG cars in attendance. There are a lot of cool non VAG cars too, and we can’t forget them. They; this STI for example, are largely responsible for what inspires me when I change things on my own car.
Don’t ask me why, but this Allroad reminds me of Darth Vader’s TIE Fighter; only white…with copper wheels…
To end off; a few I got when parked on the side streets of the Ocean side around 45th.
Gill wasn’t sure if this was static or bagged…cut.
Someone we know just bought these
The Scraped.Crusaders. have been a staple at all Stretch and Poke managed events. This year is no different. Don’t miss Toronto’s best car show. A few changes to this years show is location. Now in Brampton. Also the addition of indoor parking AND FOOD TRUCKS!!
Our friend Stanley now lives in China. He’s gone from a WRX to an EVO to a Scirocco to an HPF BMW M3. He’s now involved with iAcrophobia. This is one of their previous videos. I believe his m3 is at around 700whp now. -_-
Awesome aerial views of the Rally of Tall Pines. Not sure why we haven’t gone here yet.
Need something new for next season? Here is your chance. We seem to have a set of wheels for sale…shocking.
I picked these up off their original owner recently. The wheels are in great overall shape and are still original (sticker, seals, bolts, valve stems, etc.) All the bolts, centre caps, etc. can be had new from Work if one were inclined but that would only be if you wanted to re-do them. As they are the condition is GOOD. The lips have some usual clear coat imperfections but I actually didn’t even notice until after I washed and dried them. The paint of the faces is near flawless. 2 of the rear lips have some minor curb (I can’t even call it rash), nothing some light sanding wouldn’t COMPLETELY clear up.
I would say these wheels are an 8-8.5/10
2x 18×8 et56 225/40/18 5×130
2x 18×10 et56 265/35/18 5×130
The tires have decent tread left, especially the fronts, but they are from 2002 so they are starting to crack a little. They are basically a throw in but if you are serious about buying I can have them removed.
$2600 or best reasonable offer. These wheels retail for the same cost as LMs, and from what I can gather these are harder to come by (although not harder to find parts for as Work still makes them). I am not looking for trades unless it’s something very unique. If they don’t sell I will replace my LMs with them next year.
My part one from this years trip to Ocean City.
This year seemed to be a total 180 from what we came down into last year. Nearly no rain, clear skies, nice weather, and a hell of a lot of dope cars. It seemed this year the outcasts were even more prevalent then years before.
I do still have to produce the show footage. Coming back from that weekend with a folder sized at over 40gb, I have had my work cut out for me, both with photos and a whole lot of video after feeling terrible for not having much last year.
Hope everyone enjoys part 1!!!
By far the coolest GT5 video I’ve seen. Recreates battle from the Initial D series, with surpising accuracy.
Yup. Nutha update. Tell us if it’s too much. Few cars we haven’t posted previously.
You’ll see this Miata later in Deathlens’ video.