Have you ever thought about what it would be like to drive an old but newHonda? Wait…what? Check out this Honda Museum in South California, U.S.A!
Every true Honda enthusiast will want to go there but…it’s whereabouts are more secret than KFC’s chicken recipe. Just imagine driving in a mint condition Integra or first gen Prelude. Who wouldn’t want that? No wonder the location is top secret. Anyway, I will keep this short because I know you are eager to click the play button, or you might have already done so.
Because even though you may not be able to go there yourself, you can do the next best thing: Watch the video of this lucky mofo who did have permission to go there (although even he was blindfolded on the way there). Good thing he is a good guy and shared these Honda treasures (even some concept and race cars!) with the world. So, who is up for a mission to find this Honda Museum and which car would you take if you could pick one?
If you love drifting and watched the Dutch events of the past few years, you must have seen Gerard Dol and his red/white Nankang striped R33 Skyline. During the Summer he was in action almost every weekend, from VKV City racing towards several events at the known tracks like the Zandvoort and the Nurburgring. Gerard also attended the Essen Motorshow in december to give away a nice Demo.
Maarten from Comes Productions follows the drift scene closely and shot this awesome review of 2014.
So what do you do in your free time when you are not working on your car or driving in it? You probably play videogames, or browse the web for car porn or parts right?
The title of this post may be a little misleading for those of you hoping for a real “GTA 5 – Kanjo edition” (sorry to disappoint), but who says you can’t kanjo in Liberty City? We thought the same thing and found this video of a Kanjo meet in GTA 5. Haha! Although it shouldn’t be taken too seriously of course, we thought it was too funny not to share and to be honest, these guys do a pretty decent job imitating a real car meet in Grand Theft Auto.
Open hoods, kanjo masks, hangin’ out, racing, washing cars (although usually the car wash is avoided), terrorising the highway and scaring the living daylights out of pedestrians… Not bad!
Unfortunatly we don’t see a whole lot of old civics, even though the ‘CRX’ is back in the PS4/Xbox One version, so maybe we should tell Rockstar to put those into the next GTA?