Ever wondered what it is like being inside the Museum of the Year? Wonder no more. A few weeks ago I visited the Los Angeles area and I just happen to have had the Petersen Automotive Museum on my bucket list. Touring this Automotive facility since it’s makeover not too long ago has been magnificent. Going through each level (there are three levels); car by car (there are hundreds of them) was like walking through a never ending gear head dream. Before I lay out all the pictures on one post I’ll show them a few pictures at a time. The Car eye candy preview starts here!
1982 Ferrari 308 GTSI – Can you believe Tom Selleck was able to fit in to this car?
1967 Toyota 2000GT – The word “Classic” is an understatement to the fire starter that is the “86”.
#95 Lightning McQueen – If you have not seen the “Cars” animated movie then go see it now!
1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 NART Spider – Put together Le Mans and Ferrari together and you have gotten a winner in the North American Racing Team.
1992 Jaguar XJ220 – Known as the “World’s Fastest Cat.”
1994 Bugatti EB 110 Super Sport Le Mans – Your modern day Bugatti of today started with this one from Ettore Bugatti.
Behold the magnificence that is the Auto Con! This is our first time to an Auto Con event, this particular event being hosted inside of Formula Drift in the streets of Long Beach, boy was it filled with eye candy! Auto Con’s mission is to be one of the most innovative automotive events in the nation. What you will find in these pictures below will have builds that are truly extraordinary and out of this world!
Liberty Walk Widebody GT-R
Est. $30,000 + Build
Varis Bulletproof Widebody 86′
Est. $18,000 + Build
Pandem FRS/BRZ V3 Widebody
Est. $10,000 + Build
Ferrari F430 Liberty Walk Widebody
Est. $30,000 + Build
It’s 80 degrees Fahrenheit and the sun is shining bright so does that mean drift off-season has ended? We don’t really get a winter in Houston so 80 degrees in February feels natural to us but that does not mean we have to like it right? Anyways any temperature higher than 80 degrees Fahrenheit normally signals as a siren call to all drifters here in the Lone Star State. Unlike other events that are in the competitive drifting category IAS Performance and Texas Tires And Parts has put together an event so that drifters of all kinds can get seat time, have some good ole’ fun and maybe attract new drift fans in to this sport.
When I first heard that a Toyota Supra ONLY Show was going to happen, I have to admit I was quite intrigued on how it was going to happen and how many Toyota Supra’s of all generations would attend. The city of Houston is no stranger to Toyota Supra’s. In fact, just about 2 years ago this same event produced about 30+ Toyota Supras and this year we have 70+ Toyota Supras which includes all generations MK1, MK2, MK3 and MK4.
Get prepared to see pictures of Supras, Supras and more Supras.
Oh yeah, thanks to Sally Lai for being the Official Model and MC!
For all Toyota Supra happenings in Houston visit Houston Supra Club Facebook!
TX86DAY is a wrap! We had over 100 86′, BRZ, FRS drivers plus special guest Formula Drift veteran Taka Aono at this event. We also had over 20 media outlets doing their photo and video thing. The success of this event has spawned major feedback from fans and drivers to do this event again next year. We agree with the positive feedback and look forward to event bigger plans for our TX86DAY in 2017!
With collaboration of Strange Rhythms we were able to bring you our coverage of TX86DAY. I will continue to do my best to have all of the media outlets out at our event as much as possible. I enjoy giving the new and current media outlets the support and shine as much as I like to cover the event my self. See everyone again next year and watch out for even more media support at our events in the near future!
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