In our previous article Allard wrote how the internet has made the world a smaller place and has brought car cultures from across the globe straight to our doorsteps.
Yet it’s funny how sometimes the people you meet over the internet happen to live much closer to you than you would have thought.
JDM sunset at the beach is a Japanese car oriented event held at a beautiful location right by the South-West part of the Dutch coast. I was not too sure to make the trip together with my fellow WNGN shooters because we had at least a 2 hour drive and not knowing what we would find on location. Little did I know it was worth making the trip because we had a pretty good evening after all at this meet. Continue reading
Summer vibes, long days and warm nights. What’s better than going for a ride with your mates?
Chech out our little aftermovie of an impromptu mini-meet.
Here at Wangan Warriors we accept many styles and ways of thinking from the people who visit our meetings, website or forum. If you want to build your car for track use only, that’s fine. If you want to scrape your civic like nobody else does, that’s fine too. Do you like it ghetto style and tie-wrap the sh*t out of it, feel free to do so! Do you like it clean and spend some money on importing wheels from across the globe, why not!? We’re always looking for unique ways of living and approaches of your personals styles and flavours. A perfect example is Gerben’s Impreza WRX bug-eye. Continue reading
We are well on our way in the weekend so time for our weekly wallpaper. This shot was captured by Alex Kamsteeg last season. Continue reading
About one year ago, Misha was preparing the large batch of Wangan Warrior stickers at the StickerDump shop to help Inne out. At that time we didn’t have any relation what so ever. He thought we had a pretty cool logo but we both didn’t have a clue that about one year later we would be following his amazing Impreza project for our blog. Continue reading
The theme of my Subaru isn’t just a bunch of stickers and decals randomly put together, it’s a precise copy of the Sherman M4A3 which can be found on the McAullife square in Bastogne. The square has been named after Anthony McAuliffe, commander of the artillery component of the 101st airbrorne division. He spoke the legendary “NUTS!” when the Germans demanded the Americans to surrender, after they were being surrounded in the woods of Bastogne. The square was named Place McAuliffe as a tribute to general McAuliffe after the war. Continue reading
The thing about automotive enthousiasm is that you’ll find it in every kind of way, generation and even maybe culture. What starts as just an ordinary hobby can blossom into an extensive ardour. The passion you’ll sometimes find in people is almost beyond words. I had the pleasure to meet up with a great rally fan and invited him for a photoshoot and do a little story about him and his Subaru Impreza 2005 WRC look. Continue reading