Building A Community & An Acura NSX

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Welcome to Guam, a territory of the United States, situated four hours from where this story was written – the Philippines. Guam and the Philippines are very much alike; they both enjoy crystal-clear beaches, barbeque parties, and a close-knit car community. As the connected global car culture is often talked about on Speedhunters, the story of Tom Akigami and his
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A KE70 Corolla With The Heart Of A Hachiroku

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Years ago I sold my AE86 with the intention of living a normal life without a project car. I planned to buy a normal family-friendly hatchback, and maybe, only maybe, get some wheels for it. But that idea didn’t last long; within about six months I had started scrolling through the classifieds looking for something
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Sunday School, Illmotion Style – Speedhunters

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Near the end of summer, a couple of friends and I embarked on a short road trip from Edmonton to Calgary to check out the annual Illmotion Sunday School Show & Shine. It was our first time visiting this event, and we were excited to see some of Calgary’s builds. A wide variety of cars were in attendance,
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Priorities & Paganis – Speedhunters

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My two great passions are photography and cars. After spending way too much time watching the work of other automotive photographers I started shooting my own stuff; one thing led to another and, well, now I shoot cars for a living. Not bad for a car enthusiast, huh? But even if shooting cars takes up to
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Celebrating The Hachiroku In Hong Kong

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Organised by the AE86 Club HK, 86 Day 2018 in Hong Kong also marked the 8th anniversary of the group. The club members first gathered in a parking area early in the morning for a quick chat and even a monsoon season heatwave couldn’t stop local Hachiroku enthusiasts driving their beloved AE86s, a couple of them even running
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When 10,000RPM Is Life – Speedhunters

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It’s In The Blood Craig Saywell lives and breathes rotaries thanks to memories forged in his formative years back in New Zealand. His passion has never waned; the urge to race has only grown stronger with time. This RX-3 Savanna coupe is the culmination of dreams, hard work, and encouragement from his wife Vicky, who
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American Luxury, With A Touch Of Gangster

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If you’ve ever seen the 1999 movie The Matrix, you’ll likely recall the suspenseful ‘debugging’ scene. That’s where Neo gets picked up under a highway overpass in the city, while raining, cold, and dark, with Trinity proceeding to use this crazy futuristic debugging gun to suck a crazy monster-like creature out of his stomach. The
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Too Much Irish Rally Is Never Enough

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Oh My My, July! Us Irish, well, we’re totally and utterly addicted to sport. It’s not even an understatement to think that nearly every fabric of our national culture and identity has been shaped by games and events. The nation, as a whole, becomes engrossed in anything going, from the bounce of a rugby ball
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