So Mellow.

Although there were MANY cars at All Team Bash in Rosenberg a few weeks ago, there were only a small handful of cars that caught my eye. This yellow CRX was definitely one that stood out from the rest. It’s small, petite, boxy stature reminds us of a time where it wasn’t about having lots of turbocharged horsepower, it was about it’s nimbleness, it’s ability to zip in and around traffic and be constantly engaged in the drive, something a lot of modern cars took away with it’s stability/traction controls, paddle shifters and electronic suspension. It was built in a time when having a small, lightweight car was what people wanted, and to this day, I still want one.

One of the classics, the 2nd generation CRX will always have a place in Import history

The Japanese Si-R front end makes the CRX a little more aggressive with it's hood, vented front bumper and bigger headlights

We really liked the wheel choice here.

Keep Tuning,
Ricer X

Blue Steel.

JohnP, Khiem and myself ventured out to Rosenberg, TX on a dreary day to check out and support Kimo Richard’s All Team Bash, a meet that brings car clubs together to not only show their cars, but to participate in team games and shoot the shit. I managed to find this stunning blue gem in the middle of a water puddle inside the fairgrounds and took a few shots despite getting my shoes wet.

The side profile of the S2000's mimic classic sports cars with their elongated front ends and short wheelbase.

Although the Spoon Tai front bumper may be a little aggressive, it also works well on the stock lines

This AP2 pulls off the track ready street look very well

More to come,

Keep Tuning,
Ricer X

Max Res Mondays: Holy Jeebus.

Taken by Khiem at this past All-Team Bash 4, this Fancy red Lexus LS was sitting pretty along with the other Refined Elegance folk. You can’t tell in the picture, but it was about 104 degrees outside, and when you add in the wind chill factor, it comes out to be about 112 degrees. Texas is hot, but still not hotter than the cars, so remember that. As usual, click on the photo below to get your fix for your overly enormous screens.

Oh you fancy, huh?

–David–
David@maydaygarage.com

Event Coverage: The 4th Annual All Team Bash

Four years ago one man had an idea. An idea that translated into the single largest car meet that Houston now sees on a yearly basis.
Kimo, head honcho for SunWorks, a local Houston area car club that now has spanned over the nation through different chapters, brainstormed an idea that would unite Houston area car clubs for one event. Instead of competing with each other to see who had the best rides, he envisioned that clubs would get together and get to know one another, and instead compete for who had the best barbecue. The meet was christened, “All Team Bash”.

Holy Jeebus

G's up, Ho's down

Dem Asses


You KNOW they're hot.




A Sunday Funday: All Team Bash 2010

 600 cars, 1000 plus people, 100 degree weather with 100% humidity, beer and BBQ combined, make Houston’s All-Team Bash.  Ringing in on their third year, local hardpark crew Sunwork’s leader David aka Kimo had his biggest event to date.  The All-team Bash is a meet that has a few objectives in mind, to establish stronger comradery between crews, have a great time, and provide an all welcoming environment for those who want to come out and meet their local favorites.  This year proved just that, people rolled from all over to hang out, eat, drink, and sweat to the beat of a ricer on a hot Sunday afternoon and we were there to hang with them.

Boost is Better.

An agressive look..

Yup, definitely better

to communicate boost is better.