Last Sunday SMASA held its “34th Annual Show & Shine” show at the Regency Park, SA. The weather was pretty hot, even boiling and probably this was the main reason why not many cars and visitors attended the event. But despite of this fact we still had a chance to see some really cool cars which were worth to come and enjoy them. Street Machine Association of South Australia (SMASA) is the first point of contact for ALL vehicle and bike enthusiasts, to uphold the modification, restoration and enjoyment of car enthusiasts in SA. Check a few pictures following this link.
The year 2015 has started with a bunch of car events and cruises and one of the biggest was the Valley Hot Rodders Cruise On 2015. The event was traditionally held in Tanunda, Barossa Valley region, and gathered together more than 400 cars on the Main street. Luckily, this year I spotted a lot of new projects that I haven’t seen before and it is great to see how SA is growing in Automotive. Scroll below for a few pics and stay tuned.Read More»
This photoshoot has been already published on the-lowdown.com website and it means that I can show them here. This Nissan SKYLINE R32 GTS-T is a very interesting project on a tight schedule. Custom sport car was built by Chris Johnson to participate in time attack racing. The first debut was at 2013 World Time Attack Challenge in Sydney. Read more and scroll down for photosRead More»
This Ford F-250 Super Duty was photographed for Just 4x4s magazine. Ray Willis spent a decent amount of money and time to build this camper for himself to drive around Australia, but sometimes life dramatically changes and you have to sell everything. My task here was to show the car in its real condition without photoshop and major retouching as it was going for a quick sale.Read More»
This weekend in Adelaide was full of car events, but you cannot be everywhere at the same time. So my decision was to stick with SA’s Dia De Los Muertos Festival, which was traditionally organized by Whiteline Transport and Dirty Devil Kustoms from Adelaide, SA. What else you will need to have a good day – live music, cool cars, having fun and raising money for charity. And all is happenning at the same time.
“Dia De Los Muertos” from Spanish means “Day of the Dead” (dates back 3000 years and happens on November 1), originally comes from Mexico but also celebrated around the world including South Australia. Dia de los Muertos celebrates the lives of the deceased with food, drink, parties, and activities the dead enjoyed in life. Enjoy my photos following this LINK.