Welp! It looks like this is my final post for my lovely Munich Springtime trip roundup! Whilst admittedly I did not set about doing much street spotting, I still managed to capture quite a few interesting autos just walking around town. So without further ado, here are the cars of Munchen. A lovely pair of […]Read more "An Auto-Otaku in Munich 2022: Street spotting"
With such a lovely assortment of cars on show at the Nostalgic 2 Days show, there is no way we’d overlook some beautiful Euros on display. This may be Japan but the appreciation for import autos run deep, very deep. So let’s start with the heaviest hitter of all. The Ford GT40 Mark II. It […]Read more "Nostalgic 2 Days 2020 – Import 浪漫"
It’s been a long time but i’ve finally made it for another one of T-Site’s fantastic Cars and Coffee-esque morning meet ups! Dubbed, “Morning Cruise”. For one reason or another, i’ve never had much luck with these meets on my previous visits to Tokyo but this time, it’s happening! And on the day i was […]Read more "Tokyo Auto-Otaku 2018: Daikanyama Morning Cruise Part 1: May we meet?"
As we come towards the tail end of our 2017 Tokyo Auto Salon coverage, it’s time to feature one of the hottest names in the aftermarket industry today. Of course, we are talking about Liberty Walk! While widebody conversions are by no means a new thing even before they came on the scene, i think […]Read more "Tokyo Auto Salon 2017: Liberty ★ Walk"
In our last post, we showcased a variety of Import automobiles found on the show floor. Today, we continue with our feature on Imports but i think it’s time to up the ante just a little. It’s time to go high-end. Ladies and gentlemen, here are some of the big monied builds of the 2017 […]Read more "Tokyo Auto Salon 2017: The Euro Exposition Part 2"
We’ve all been there, those times when you’d stare into space imagining how you would fill your dream garage if given the chance to have any 3 cars regardless of cost. I don’t know about you but in mine, there are always 2 constants. The original Mercedes 300SL Gullwing (black please), and this car, the […]Read more "In The House of Stone and Light: Visiting Dutton Garage Part 2"
As far as i can remember, i’ve always had a love affair with cars. I’d like to think that this strange fascination stemming from a young age (thanks dad!) has definitely ingrained in me a slightly different perspective on automobiles and life in general. Perhaps, even fueling my drive towards a design-centric career. With the […]Read more "Fascination automobile: Visiting Dutton Garage Melbourne Part 1"
When someone asks if you’d like drive a Porsche 993 for a classic Porsche/Ferrari morning run, what should you say? You say “Yes!”. Which is how i found myself behind the wheel of the Yellow Banana a couple of weekends back. Our little 993 Cabriolet was the acting camera-car for the morning and i was […]Read more "Clash of The Classics: Porsche/Ferrari Drive"
As with all other auto shows, there’s going to be some exotic machinery on show but in the Tokyo Auto Salon, there were more than a fair share of these big money rides. We’ve already covered the Lamborghinis from Liberty Walk and Boom Craft, so let’s take a look at just some of the other […]Read more "Tokyo Auto Salon 2015: Day 1, Part 8-Heavy Hitters"
If you have ever lusted over a Supercar, you’ll probably find it here one day or another. This is the showroom of dreams, this is Bingo Sports. I’ve been following Bingo Sports for a short while on Facebook and since i was in Tokyo, i decided to drop by for a visit. Little did i […]Read more "Tokyo Auto-Otaku 2015: Bingo Sports – The showroom of Dreams"