Lately it seems as though our city has no problem pumping out cars that the internet loves. This 240sx vert owned by Aidan Wagner was a social media hit just hours after it was put together, thanks to a lot of patience and research, Aidan’s car turned out to be more than perfect.
A few weeks ago Taylor Scion in Regina gave us the opportunity to test drive the new Scion FRS. We were more than excited and while we were out, ended up doing a photo shoot and review which you can find here: http://www.dodo-logic.ca/?p=11358 .What we didn’t show you was the small drift session that took place afterwards, because after all – we did hear that this car was pretty good at it.
We receive a lot of feedback on what you readers want to see, and it turns out we can find that kind of content right in our driveways. One thing we haven’t done much of is talk about our own personal cars it seems. Jordan’s Miata is one of the cars we get a lot of requests for. So while going through some pictures it made me think; we don’t really need Groundhogs Day anymore, Jordan Hall can just take his Miata out and see if it casts a shadow, they’re pretty much the same color anyways.
Here’s a random picture of Aidan Wagner’s 240sx.
Clean s13 – rare, Clean s13 vert – more rare than a shiny 1st edition Charizard.
This car is also apparently the highest elevation point in Sask for miles.
Here’s a clip of Conrad during Formula D round 2 qualifying. Watch as he slings his Camaro into what seems to be an almost impossible angle, dubbed: “the reverse entry”. Made famous by D1GP driver Kawabata, this seems to be the new all-star entry technique.
We’ve only seen this sort of stuff in qualifying runs, who will be the first to sack-up and do it tandem?
When we were in Vegas for the SEMA show, one shop I wasn’t expecting to see was RHD Japan. In fact, I almost walked right by it. It was only when Ryan poked me, motioned towards the booth and said, “Hey, check it out!” that I saw this little gem of SEMA.