Sweet vids! :shock:
...Boso style definitely baffles part of me.
This is because, scarily, I DO wind up understanding bits of the concept, but only bits, really, and without enough devotion to arouse either the expected passion or disgust.
I wind up in conundrums. I might be persuaded to admire, or even buy, a Boso car... But I'd never construct one in that manner.
And if I had one, I'd certainly enjoy having it... But I don't really think there's any occasion in which I'd want to drive it at all :lol: Add to that the fact that if I had a boso car, I'd rather it not be of a model I actually, you know, had any enthusiasm for.
I only really come away knowing that the below looks awesome :shock:
^ gorgeous cars! don't look like the typical throw-together lot
glad to see the style is slowly coming to america finally,of course there's nothing like that here yet
America? Where? All i see in this thread is Japan.
...Oh, I'm sure the minute I see one on the road in the US, I'll consider it all played out, and start making fun of it :mrgreen:
I think I notice the stretch and shakotan a bit more on older cars, which is preferable to the former trend of sticking the ugliest, biggest, most out-of-place modern wheels you can find under your Sentra (A trend brought to its logical conclusion with Donks).
So what is the vid about?
Is that a shop that builds them or is that a junkyard where those cars are abandoned?