[EVENT] Attack Tsukuba 2020 Part 2

So, here we are..... the last part of my Attack Tsukuba coverage. I'm kinda sad that there's so much uncertainty in regards to future events, especially the car related ones, which pretty much forces everyone's content to slow to a standstill. Of course, maintaining social distancing and protecting other's health is the top priority right... Continue Reading →

[EVENT] Attack Tsukuba 2020 Part 1

It's day... I-don't-know-what of the shelter-in-place order and I hope all of you are surviving... It looks like we're all gonna be staying home for much longer than expected, which is bad but also great at the same time cause you have more time to browse through my site! I'm just kidding lol, but I... Continue Reading →

Voltex Hawkeye STi @ BAM 2018

Having lived in the Bay Area for a good 5 or so years now, there are builds that I've grown accustom to seeing over this period of time whether it's at local shows, at the track, or just roaming around on the streets. Some of these builds come and go, and some just stay relatively... Continue Reading →

Level ONE S2000 @ Wekfest Seattle

Have you ever followed someone's build for so long that you literally know everything about their car? This is exactly how I feel about Jackie Law's AP1 S2000, which I've followed for about a decade or so. It's pretty amazing to see how dedicated someone can be with one specific platform and to be able... Continue Reading →

MoMo Stops By ARVOU

So here we are, I've finally gone through all the photos from Japan which leads me to this post with shots from my visit to Arvou out in Tochigi Prefecture. Arvou, in my opinion, is similar to Pro Shop Fukuoh in the fact that both are out in the boonies and are not quite visiter... Continue Reading →

MoMo Visits Pro Shop Fukuoh

Attack Tsukuba was the catalyst for my last visit to Japan but like with all my trips to Japan, shop visits also holds a great deal of importance. On my previous two visits, I've limited my checklist to shops surrounding the greater Tokyo area, but as I've grown accustomed to the Japanese public transportation system,... Continue Reading →

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