Tuesday, November 30, 2010


The illustrious Mr. Nathan Danger Ong has jumped on our blogging bandwagon.

Visit him HERE

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Jimny Up

Found on Masaru Tanaka's Flickr

Suzuki Jimny Submarine

Monday, November 22, 2010

Monday, November 15, 2010

Tour through Akihabara

I found this yesterday on Assembler. Video tour through Akihabara. The focus is mainly on components stores, being a hacker site, but they do visit Super Potato.

Below are two excerpts from the tour, but go to the link below for the whole thing:

Be sure to watch these in HD!

I love the boxed SFC Jr's and AV Famicoms. Makes me regret selling mine.

Tuesday, November 9, 2010


Remix's Photozou delivers, as usual.

I like my S14 and all, and I like big flared-out Zokusha also, but I'd trade it all for a legit 660cc tiny-ass kei car. Hate away, but I love them.

Not the same bike, but this Chaly makes me not want to sell my Super Cub.

Was surprised to see that this WTFbox was 5-lug. Can anyone tell me what it is?

Monday, November 8, 2010

I Like Where This Is Going

Found on Zilvia. See more in this Flickr Gallery.

Wednesday, November 3, 2010


Are way under appreciated. This is excellent.

Thanks to this guy

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

MA240sx BBQ - Part 2

If you haven't already, register on MA240SX

I know Waldo's hatch has been built for awhile, but I'd only ever seen photos of it. It doesn't even really look real in person, it's too nice. It's like a hallucination.

Monday, November 1, 2010

MA240sx BBQ - Part 1

Fun was had by all. Predictably, my mess wasn't yet registered and so I had to go on the Ruckus.

More tomorrow. Register on MA240SX today.


Nate's car is just tremendous in person. He will say that all these pictures make it look nicer than it really is, and I assure you that he is lying.

Ro giving everyone Kouki envy all day.

Narvin's SC. He formerly owned a gold Accord Sedan on SSR Reverse Mesh that was internet famous.

This thing had the biggest blister kit I'd ever seen.

My bike got passed around quite a bit.

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