Amazing what a set of wheels and coilovers can do for a car.
On the outskirts of Brunswick Street is a rad little coffee shop that is open 24 hours a day, every day of the year.
Most of my nights end up here drinking the best coffee (and iced beverages) Brisbane has to offer made by the coolest and friendliest baristas.
Headed to my first munchies in a year or so.
What to do when you can’t sleep? Wait it out and head down to the waters edge and get some photos of the Sunrise.
Met up with Mick, a local Datsun owner at the McDonald’s down the road.
My friend got some rad rolling shots through the Clem7 tunnel.
Got a new 50mm lens for my birthday so I decided to test it out on my sad piece of Datsun, along with my friends Silvia.
Matsuri was pretty good this year (seeing as I stayed the whole time this year.. hah).
Was rad catching up with mates and meeting new people. Can’t wait for Double Matsuri next year.
Only took a few photo’s and believe it or not, these are the best.
Night time photo’s really need to be worked on, too much blur and noise.
Pretty much the peak of V1.0 cosmetic wise.
Only thing left to do for now is paint the hood black again and paint the mirrors.
V2.0 will start once I have enough money to sort out F+R suspension and acquire a pair of 13x8j’s for the rear (Steel wheels don’t cut it). I have some nice plans for it including paint so there’s hope that one day it won’t look like a satin black ricer.
Two bored mates plus their cars equal one small terrorised suburb. After being questioned by security ‘what we were doing’ (Eating dinner in an empty carpark), we set off to find a decent place to get photo’s.
Stumbled across this nice shed in the Cleveland Industrial section that had a nice open space and a nice light. Too bad I had limited battery and everything was rushed, so the shots aren’t the best.