They had me at Tacos, but that's not all they had, how about a gold Lexus! Still I'm just touching the iceberg of 2 great events that really stepped up their game to show off what the community has to offer and I was happy to be involved. Follow us as we fill up a Sunday of Cars Shows, Meets, oh and of course, Tacos!
There's a good chance you've been missing something right under your nose. Craig Lieberman, who I interviewed back in 2009, is making a comeback and bringing a ton of Fast and Furious information with him! It all started on Instagram @craiglieberman_42. Then suddenly his 11 year old YouTube Channel (see video below) came to life. Prior he had posted a couple of videos a year to now almost one a day.
What are we getting from this channel? A wealth of knowledge regarding how this legendary movie was made, how the vehicles were selected, original owners and even where many of the cars went once they were done.
I found this vehicle particularly impressive where it breaks down the way they chose the cars for the movie and what each driver would be driving and how the budget changed it to what we saw today. It's crazy fun and if you're any kind of car person I'm sure you'll love it.
When you think show car, cruiser, power and top of the line you think lowrider. Today we finally get to take a lowrider out for a cruise and tell you what it's like to drive one! It's my favorite episode so far and worth every minute of watching and it may even motivate you to consider one, but don't be in a big rush. You still need to find out What It's Like to Drive by watching the video! Well, get to it!
If there's one thing the car scene requires, it's thick skin. Whether you're running an event or trying to get your car noticed/looking for trophies or even just attending events in general. People are just people and today we discuss a little bit of the psychology and facts surrounding the turbulent and sometimes frustrating world of cars.
For a long time I've seen tires with flashy logos. They look like real race cars, so I wanted to try it myself, but I didn't want to just purchase something online I wanted to do some research and see what it took to do it right and this is what I came up with! How are my results? Watch to find out!
I wanted to share with you today the story of a race track that shouldn't be a race track anymore. The story of a race driver that never won in a car that was on its way out that saved it. A story considered by many as the greatest finish in the history of NASCAR, maybe even of racing as a whole. Don't just listen to me though, check out the video yourself and tell us what you think. I think you'll enjoy it, even if you aren't a NASCAR fan.
When it comes to luxury cars, bigger is always better, but what happens when you take an already big luxury car and make it even bigger by adding a wide body kit, coils, and sound? Magic is what happens. Today we're taking this awesome CLK 55 AMG for a spin and showing you What It's Like to Drive.
I knew we would be getting a good collection of exotic cars out to this event, because we always do, but when the dragsters started showing up things got heated fast. It was a crazy event with cars as old as T-Models and newer stuff like Skylines, but the true champions of the show were cars with a ton of power and there were a bunch. Check it out.
Fearing rain and flood we once again fight the elements to bring you a car show. Considered by many the second largest car meet in New England (after the Bass Pro meet), the Raynham Dog Track brings some of the coolest muscle and antique cars out to one spot. DJ'ed by Doc Camaro the music is nice and matches the quality of the show. Not one to be missed, but if you did, here's some quick coverage.
From classic Porsches and Ferraris to Honda Civics, this event had it all and they all looked really good. A great collection of Porsche 944's that lined the rows as well as some unique cars that you won't see every day. Check out our coverage!
Allen "Primo" Harris
Allen has contributed to HINCity, Under the Hood as well as other venues through articles and videos. His focus is on helping people in the car show arena improve their results and through this provide a better experience for everyone.