When Nakai-san got started working on Porsches over a decade ago, little did he know what his vision was going to create. The either love it or hate it approach he has to turning regular 911s into RWB masterpieces is something that Chinawat of Autohaus noticed. He decided to fly to Japan to meet Nakai-san, and the rest as they say, is history…
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.
The combination of Toyota’s new 86 plus the tried and true 2JZ is proving to be a solid combo. Besides Fredric Aasbo’s car in Europe and Ken Nomura’s new D1GP machine in Japan, there’s also a 2JZ-powered 86 roaming the streets of Thailand.
Just like Fredric’s project – this one was completed in a very short time frame – four weeks to be exact.
Mad Mike Whiddett has been on quite the roll lately. After taking the NZDrift championship in his home country, he traveled to Thailand last weekend for the inaugural Formula Drift event there. Driving his tried and true Madbul RX7, Mad Mike defeated Ryuji Miki to take the top podium spot in Thailand. Veteran driver Tengku [...]