Sorry for being M.I.A. But I decided to return back home for a minute to NY. Originally, I talked about doing the Funkmaster Flex Car Show, but his people told me some bull about all the all access passes (media credentials) were for the “staff”. **Note: All of the online photos (Very poor quality might I add) were of the performers. I didn’t see any cars.) Plus I had a miscommunication with D-Block, because they thought I was cleared through FMF.
However, I did get my credentials for the Dub Show in Englishtown, and I had a great time, despite the fact that I was a hot sweaty mess. I wanted to go to a car show that was in another part of the country and see how they do it. The South has their style and the NYC area has theirs too . I realized, not learned (remember that I’m from NY) that Tri-State Area loves Imports and SUVS, homemade graphics (they don’t do stickers), racing seats, lambo doors, a lot of conversions, and most importantly, hometown love. I met some great people, interviewed some great owners of some hot cars, and feel free to check out my photos to see what I mean.
But if I was to borrow any one of these cars for a joy ride, it would be this…
Don’t believe me??? Check the interior…
My mouth dropped open, and they laughed at me.
(Okay, at car shows, I seem to have my way with the models. I get extra poses, probably because they’re smart enough to know that I won’t stalk them. Ironically, the pool that they’re in is in a back of a pickup truck. Imagine riding on Grand Central Parkway in this)
Dub Englishtown… See you next year. I had a lot of fun and I was shown a lot of hometown love from my fellow New Yorkers. But for more photos, go to 2010 Dub Car Show: Englishtown Gallery at BeTrueATL.com