Not bad. Who am I trying to kid, this is on another level. Great cinematography, editing on point.
I’ll just leave this here. You can thank me afterward. Cosworth powered, meticulously detailed, together with the highest of quality craftsmanship, applied to the blank canvas of a air-cooled Porsche 911, is pure bliss.
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!”
Porsche takes you onboard for their record lap at the Nurburgring in their absolutely fantastic Porsche 918 Spyder. Phenomenal. You’re welcome Forza fans…
Well, we’re just now getting back into the groove of things after the 12 hour up, 12 hour back drive from Miami to Helen, GA for the annual SOWO Euro Car Show. If you own a modified Euro anywhere on the East Coast and you weren’t at SOWO 2013, there must be something wrong with you. This is probably one of the best Euro car shows of the year and this year was the biggest turn-out yet.
This year, the vendors were out in droves. Stop by any booth and you found yourself drooling over the amount of sick parts available and at a show price discount at that. Walking away empty handed was not an option. APR even had two full lifts with techs installing exhausts, downpipes and programming ECU’s on site. Now that is service.
By the quality of cars that roamed the small alpine town of Helen, we can all assume the recession is over. From HPI’s white signature covered VW Scirocco to Unitronics Jetta Hybrid to a newly modified Audi S6; There were a lot of sick cars parked on the grass is what I’m trying to get at. If new models are not your thing, not to worry, old school classics looking as clean as they did rolling off the manufacturer’s assembly plant were everywhere to be found. SOWO has everything.
Staying in downtown Helen at any of the hotels is cool if you book early enough, but I highly recommend renting a cabin. After the shenanigans that go on in Helen and the crazy fast drives through the mountains, it’s nice to leave it all behind and just chill at the end of the day in a hot tub somewhere in the quiet seclusion of the mountains.
Overall, we had a blast. We spent some good times with some good friends, connected with some old friends and got a nice break from the daily grind. We patiently await to make the trip again back to Helen for some more mountain run shenanigans next year.
Slant nose, turbo boosted, mechanically fuel injected flat 6 Porsche 935 with 760hp… End Game.
7 reasons you will fall in love with the Gumpert Apollo…
- 650 HP Audi V8 Twin Turbo
- “Sophisticated Aero Dynamics”
- Double Wishbone, Double Transverse Control Arm Pushrod Configuration Front and Rear
- Chrome-molybdenum-steel Round Tube Frame
- Carbon Fiber Integrated Monocoque Safety Cell
- Intimidates the Most Interesting Man in the World
- Chuck Norris’ Daily Driver
Need I say more? Have a look as Clash Productions captures it on the tracks along with some other exotics…
Love Porsche designs. And every new model/update only extends that passion. Many may say leave the Boxster for the ladies, but those many surely have not driven one. The feeling of driving a mid-engined, low center of gravity, open top sports car can not be bettered.
Words: Rob | Photos: Ruckus
If there was one word to describe Cars on Fifth this year, it would be perfect. Located on the exclusive 5th street in Naples, Florida, Cars On 5th consists of blocks worth of Exotic and Classic cars flanked with the best shopping and restaurants that Naples has to offer. This luxury atmosphere keeps us coming back year after year. The reason why I say this year was perfect was a great combination of cool seventy degree weather, a great crowd, and the best cars to date.
Much like the variety of restaurants on 5th street, the diversity of cars at Cars On Fifth is quite special. There are very few shows where you see a classic truck slammed on bags across from a Shelby GT500 which is parked next to a Gulf blue Mercedes SLS AMG; While for the most part, cars are grouped by make and model, juxtapositions like that remind you if you like cars, you can appreciate them all. That ideal is seen throughout Cars on Fifth, everyone appreciates everything. Look in any direction and you’ll see a Ferrari guy talking to a Ford guy about his Mustang, or a crowd of Porsche enthusiasts admiring a slammed Rat Rod. Simply put, there is no hate.
So what stood out to me? Well, the first car that made me go “wow” was a gulf blue SLS AMG. There wasn’t a whole lot special about it, except that beautiful powder blue and that’s enough for me. My other best in show was the two-tone Ferrari 458 Italia. The black accents on this hot new Ferrari took it to the next level, and a great example of subtlety going a long way. This was why in a row of six 458’s it was the one that everyone was talking about.
I could go on and on about the beauty of dozens of the cars there, but I’m sure you would rather just look at the pictures. With something for everyone from food to shopping to all types of cars, Cars On Fifth keeps getting better and better with each passing year. Their only problem will be topping the perfection of this year’s show!
I Love Bass comes out swinging with this fluffer video promoting Dubshed 2012. If I had to describe that “first time fall-in-love” feeling, this video would be the perfect metaphor. 😉 It’s just a sign of things to come as the show season ramps up. The bagged euro classic will be definitely trending this year, I have a feeling. And inspiration is in no short supply when watching this video. (have tissue ready!)
Here at Rezmoto, we’re always talking about the future of automotive design. What will be the next big innovation? How will new technologies be incorporated into the performance industry? Well, this video of a “Porsche 9P1 Concept” by four students from ISD (Institut Supérieur de Design) certainly shows us one possible path Porsche could take.
Note the power-plant with four belt-driven generator type motors. I would love to see the specs written out for this beast. I’ll presume this is some high output modified quad-electric? The detail is uncanny and the hours and hours of discussion, concept development and artistic rendering shows through and through. Anyone else want to speculate on the power-plant?
The title says it all. Porsche’s new 911 7-speed manual…
It’s official… the turbo should look phenomenal.