1013mm x Quickworks Photo x Mayday Garage.

Just like yesterday morning, this morning myself, John Zhang, Patrick Lauder and Danh Phan met up our subjects, Tom Syhachack and Rob Amason, owners of a beautiful S2000 and BMW E28 at the butt ass crack of dawn. We met up, drove out to downtown and snapped some pretty epic shots. Doing this twice a day everyday will take it’s toll on our sleep, but if you’re like John Zhang and can slam down 3 vanilla iced lattes at Blacksmith, you’ll be good.

The dream team working their magic

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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,

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Ricer X

More Than Meets the Eye: Princeton Wong’s AP1 Yellow S2k

When’s the last time we’ve done a feature this year… oh yeah, we haven’t. I’ve honestly been afraid of writing about them because I’m a terrible writer/editor. But over the past year or so, I’ve got some good feedback from people that still follow our blog (for some reason), that less writing is good. When looking at an article, I like to know why the car was featured, how it was built, or where it came from, but even then, sometimes I lose interest when there are more words than the photos themselves. With that being said, I’ll try not to bore you with my words, but with more photos….

Princeton W.... racer, engineer, fabricator, automotive enthusiast, Magic the Gathering competitor... he does it all folks.