You’re driving down a road you’ve taken a thousand times before and notice something different. A sexy looking modified car that you somehow have missed seeing parked outside before. You get excited, either slow down and creep or pull over and take a look. You like what you see and want to know more but how can you when the owner is nowhere in sight? You could dig through your glove compartment and hope for a piece of paper and pen or since it’s 2017, post up a photo of the car on some local facebook groups and see if anyone tags the owner.
It’s pretty awesome that this is a process that’s done on the regular nowadays. We’re not a very large breed but when we encounter another one of our kind in the wild you can’t help but get stoked. I haven’t been involved much in the automotive culture this year. Sorta took a leave of absence from doing so much in 2016 and have been trying to focus on my own build. That build got driven to work a few times and on the very first day I had it out, I was tagged in a photo Landon took of it in my work parking lot. If I had still been attending drifting events this year I’m sure I would’ve met Landon a different way but this was how our paths initially crossed. Learning he just worked down the road was intriguing and I didn’t realize how close he was until one afternoon I spotted his S13 on a trailer in his work’s parking lot.
Facebook made it easy for me to contact him and we figured there’s no better time than now to do a little photoshoot of his RB20 powered 240SX.