Late last summer I was working in a town outside of Toronto called Oshawa. This was where I bought a Canon Rebel Film camera off of a self admitted crackhead who needed an extra 20 bucks so he could score some rock. Call it poor time management, lack of motivation or resources, but I never […]
It was probably 25 degrees out. Both windows were down in his red 2 door sr20det swapped E30 (89 325is, for those who really care). Steve and I, although not well acquainted at the time, decided to take a detour on the long route home from a successful photoshoot at the Scarborough bluffs. Down through […]
Awesome recap video of MoneyGang Steve’s first Pro Drift season.
Maybe I’m biased because I used to own a Subaru, but the JDM parts shop definitely put on better shows that the Euro shops in the GTA. I may be biased again as the JDM shops always offer free food and drinks. I also have a soft spot for clean EFs. Or THE cleanest EF. […]
I made my way over to Dan’s house to “work” on my car. I had plans of doing my driver’s front wheel bearing, assembling 2 wheels, and cleaning the interior. At least the wheel bearing was successful. Most of the day consisted of barbecuing and random gab. I was also able to purchase a Canon 5d […]
With the first Canadian formula drift event fast approaching our friend Steve, (@moneygangsteve) is working at graveyard schedule in order to get the car completed for testing. This latest update is a big one in terms of styling, when Steve decided to step into the big leagues he also wanted to make sure the car […]
KarmaComa Studio came on board for a video for Steve’s first public unveiling of his FormulaD E46. The result speaks for itself. Very impressive stuff!
Canada’s Biggest and Best Euro Car show hands down. We wouldn’t endure Quebecois roads for anything but the best. June 27th, be there!! We’ll be posting info on our 3rd annual Eurokracy Kruise soon.
There are no better automotive journalists on youtube than Chris Harris. Smart and actually informative. And above all else, he can take the cars to 10 tenths, unlike the 3 on some British TV show.