Before I continue let’s see those LS400s: I Just Wanna Be Successful Contest
Against all odds individuals like Nakai-San, the man behind the “skittled” and widebodied Porsches, have achieved success from pure passion. Having been inspired by American car films such the original Gone in 60 seconds at age 7, the enthusiasm for automotive performance and style has apparently grown to massive proportions. Motivated by his achievement and lifestyle I wanted to invite you to take a look at what you’re doing and ask yourself if you’re living it right?
Notable excerpts from Eurotuner Magazine’s Article
“Unlike most tuners, Nakai-san sees the flaws in each car as part of its character; the same way most of us view older cars, where the ritual of repairing faulty wiring or cajoling a stubborn starter motor brings you closer to the car. As a result, he builds the cars with rivets, tape and zipties, ignoring imperfections in search of the car’s soul.”
“All RWB cars are dual-purpose; built for the street and track. “Neither is more or less important,” we were told. However, his greatest inspiration is from driving on the street. “When he catches his car’s reflection in a shop window, that’s when he sees the car showcased.”
photo cred: Alex Bernstein