You just can’t hinder passion. It’s always interesting to see how the love of cars has no borders, you can travel to any country around the world and find enthusiasts willing to share their love of cars with you. That is exactly the position Luke Huxham found himself on his recent trip to Thailand where he crossed paths with Mr. A, who has created a very special garage to store his precious vintage car collection and also create a place for his friends to hang out in. Take a look at the impressive line up of machinery…and wheels…he has collected over the years.

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10 comments
licarcar
licarcar

this is pure JDM carporn! went to thailand at the end of last year, tried to research for any car museums but didn't really find any good ones apart from the Jesada Technik Museum. the car culture there is just awesome. would love to visit there again if this place was open to the public.

 

Fluky
Fluky

Thailand only

johnnymooo
johnnymooo

how much a skyline in good conditions like that one would cost in us dollars?

apex_DNA
apex_DNA

AT, EF9, DC5? True enthusiast right here, an old timer if you will, not some RWD convert with money to spare.

cornerbalance
cornerbalance

terrific video, well done.  More stuff like this would be terrific.  Gives life to the car IMHO

jzx81
jzx81

Amazing video, there are not many places like this in the world.

(I understand Mr A's point of view, I started driving at age twelve).

dem00n
dem00n

That was a great video, very well done and shows a lot of emotion. Wish i had car friends! 

LouisSoon
LouisSoon

Love videos like these. Not just the cars but the people behind it and their motivation.Any chance Mr A will allow visitors to his garage?


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