Posts tagged with ‘Andrew Ritter’

The Lowly Gentlemen

Mike Burroughs

 
Many of you have been wondering why we moved out to California and what we’ve been doing this whole time…It’s time to give you the answer:
2 years ago, this community and the passion for automobiles brought 3 men together from across the country. With talents and visions that complimented each other perfectly, they grew as close friends and as a team. It became clear that they all had something to say, and a passion that needed to be expressed.

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Ken Block Unveiled

Mike Burroughs

This past Saturday, Andrew and I were invited out by Matt and Brad @ fifteen52 to go see Ken Block perform at a special edition of his Gymkhana World Tour. Why “so special” you ask? Because Mr. Block (of DC Shoe fame) unveiled this:

What you are looking at is Ken’s latest race-car, aimed at participating in all 3 various racing circuits, aptly named the “Hybrid Function Hoon Vehicle.

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Oh you didn’t know Lincoln, at one point, was into producing boats? Well consider this an education. What you are looking at is a 1966 Lincoln Continental Coupe measuring out to an astounding 18.5 ft long, owned by none other then AccuAir’s Mike Alexander.

Mike is certainly not new to the ways of driving low and parking lower.

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There is something visceral about seeing ideas take shape. Envisioning objects forming together to become a unified celebration of art. This concept transcends into various avenues, such as the efforts of different individuals utilizing their skills to form something grand. There is nothing more fulfilling then the end result of master craftsmen gathering to toil the day and night away in order to out-perform their prior masterpiece.

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Viva Las Vegas

Mike Burroughs

To say there’s a gap between our generation of “car guys” and the last is an understatement. There’s an unquantifiable list of reasons why that gap exists, far more than just “age”. There really aren’t many guys above 25-30 who find themselves dropping their cars as far as possible and stretching their tires to fit wheels that our fathers would tell us simply “don’t fit”.

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