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Not too big and not too small…

December 7th, 2010 (No Comments)

These are a few words that were used to describe the Chevy Nova of the early 70’s.

 

As you can see this is our first of feature that isnt of something Euro and believe me there are lots more to come. This Nova is actually something fresh out of our buddies shop over at Unorthodox Customs, and the paint isnt but a few days old, well on to the photos!

Keepin’ it Classy

November 16th, 2010 (2 Comments)

It’s hard these days to style a car that hasn’t been done before or that’s not played out.

Paulette was in love with the B6 even before she started thinking about any type of modifications. She wanted a full size car that had potential. Like all car enthusiasts it wasn’t long before the “itch” took over.  With her roots starting in mini-trucks Paulette was no newcomer to the modification world and it wasn’t long before the Passat started its transformation.

72oz Steak Challenge

November 8th, 2010 (No Comments)

Alright so this doesnt look to be exactly automotive buuut, looks can be deceiving this event is actually put on by a few people who are a part of German Perversion (myself included) and all automotive enthusiasts are invited. The event is to raise money for The American Cancer Society. Last years event raised about $1100, this years event has raised just over $1800 and opposed to last years event where we only had one person actually finish the massive steak of 4.5lbs, a potato, veggies and a dinner roll, this year we had not one, not two, but THREE eaters devour their entire plate.

Wooded location

October 29th, 2010 (No Comments)

Scouted a promising location this afternoon, excited for the upcoming shoot! Stay tuned!

Introduction

October 26th, 2010 (No Comments)

hey everyone, i made this blog (inside of the other blog) to be more of an update to my personal photography and keep everyone updated on what i will be shooting, when im working on some fun, interesting, and exciting features stay tuned! -Andy

Snoozin in the South

October 18th, 2010 (1 Comment)

Jerovan’s sleepy eyed gti has the proper balance of function to match the style.

During my visit to the ever-welcoming city of Fayetteville, Jerovan and I drove through the city trying to find something interesting to do for a few days while I was in town. The one of the first things that I started to notice (among many others) after only a few hours in town, now keep in mind I live in the great northwest where at every turn of a corner you see something that has been modified, but when I was out there visiting it was not the same case, in fact the better part of the week that I was there I believe we saw only a hand full of cars done right.

WaterWerks 2010

September 16th, 2010 (No Comments)

This was WaterWerks’ 3rd Annual 2 day show, but WaterWerks isn’t just a show like much of the rest of the events in the northwest. WaterWerks has a week full of events that precedes the first day of the show, the auto cross, which is followed by the main event, the show. The show is a fundraiser for the American Diabetes Association where all the proceeds raised go towards. This years show had more then 400 cars on display and raffled items such as RS6 replica wheels, Podi gauges, numerous other items, and certificates. Here are a few photos from the day.