Just a few teasers for all of you who were unfortunate not to make it.. (Danny!?!?! YOLO)
I’ve finally made it to the 2014 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, NV; First time visitor, long time admirer. Astonishing to see the plethora of renowned cars I’ve only seen and read about over the web. What a beautiful and exciting moment for any car enthusiast. Just to wet your appetite, my plan is to hit up all the Liberty Walk/RWB/Wide body goodness as well as all the latest and greatest street race warez.
I HIGHLY recommend to any gearhead to ‘brake’ their SEMA cherry!
The fact that this flying car (finally!!) is coming from the independent start-up AeroMobil as opposed to a major car manufacturer is just one more sign of the cracks in the protective walls of the old stodgy automotive guards. Just think about the resistance Tesla has faced, all the recent reckless recalls, and let’s not forget our generous government corporate welfare program. The current trend and spread of entrepreneurship may just be the sign we need of cool things to come in lieu of business as usual. “Roads? Where we’re going we don’t need roads…”
This year’s H2O International 2013 was the year of the Audi B5 S4 and VW MKIV GTI. I swear I saw more examples of these two vehicles than in all the years previous. Maybe it’s because I yearn to one day add a VW MKIV R32 to the stable right after finishing up the recently acquired Rezmoto B5 S4. Or maybe it’s because there were actually a lot of B5’s and MKIV GTI’s..
(Photo Credits: Ruckus)
This years event was held at Fort Whaley campground about 20 minutes out from Ocean City. It could not have been located at a better venue. Hopefully this will be the new home for H2O from here on 0ut. Extremely organized, easy to get too (the line getting in was a breeze), and plenty of parking. Not to mention a plethora of awesome spots to park your ride for some very nice photo spots.
“Audi B5 S4 shaved bay. Thought I would never ever see something like this. I can’t even fathom the hours that went into this build. Just WOW!”Read More›