Posted on May 22, 2015
Good things come to those who wait…or in our case…good things come to those who slack. I’ve been wanting to shoot Mina’s car for two years. Every time I’d see him It would be “Bro lets shoot soon!”, and it would never happen. But in 2015, we finally got it done, and it was well worth the wait. Mina’s CC is at its peak and we were there to catch the “ICE” in all its glory.
Posted on June 6, 2014
Find me a nicer Accord in Mass. Better yet, find me one NOT on Vossens. Creativity in the Accord game is scarce, so when you see an 8th Gen surfin’ on Weds, it’s grabbing your attention. Aldrich isn’t a showoff by any means but you sure cant tell by his car. Simple, yet aggressive, Aldrich’s Accord is a definite neck breaker and he has even more planned for this already impressive street sweeper.
Posted on April 30, 2013
Car meets like this restore our faith in humanity. Albeit the recent events that shook Boston, that didn’t stop the will of automotive enthusiasts, families, and many others alike to continue what makes them happy. The turnout this year at the MassTuning Rooftop meet was astounding, so many people attended that we had to fill a second garage. Such a turnout just goes to show how people can come together to share their love of cars and vehicles in one place. Now, enough talk, we are happy to share with you our coverage of this event!
Posted on October 17, 2012
Canibeat is damn near a household name nowadays. They’re a juggernaut in the stance and fitment scene and for good reason; Quality Content. As soon as the homies at CIB announced First Class Fitment 2012, we marked our calendars and got increasingly hyped about the event! On the way down, I got a text from a buddy who got there before us that simply said, “Holy Crap”. We arrived at Princeton Airport to see small planes taking off and landing among a gathering of some of the East Coasts finest vehicles.
First Class Fitment 2012.
Posted on August 29, 2012
Our mission is in our name. BeastCoast aims to put the spotlight on everything dope that resides on the eastern seaboard. From Maine to Florida, our goal is to show that the eastcoast is right up to par with the west. WekFest East was our chance to show the rest of the US that we go just as hard, if not harder, than any other area in the country…
Posted on August 25, 2012
It’s a great feeling when one can lend a helping hand and make a difference in someone’s life. That feeling is taken to another level when you can do so with just the simple things you enjoy. To gather together as a community for a great cause that involved the many different styles in the automotive culture; There was no way we could miss out. Cure for Kids is simply an event to help local terminally ill children. Our children are our future! This year’s Cure For Kids proceeds were to help Layla Rose Smith in getting that helping hand. The locals came out and showed a ton of support for her!
Posted on August 24, 2012
We all build our cars for many different reasons. Some people, for the right reasons, some people for the wrong, and some do it, “just because”. Jared’s STi is built for the right reasons (mostly). It’s a purpose-built and tuned, daily drivable, street car, that can tear up a track, while also looking like a show queen. Achieving this balance of function and form isn’t always an easy task, but Jared seems to have nailed it.
Posted on July 10, 2012
Honda is easily the biggest name in the Import car scene. You can’t go to a meet without seeing the “H” emblem in large numbers. With that said, many of these Honda owners deserve to have their cars crushed with how badly they modify them, causing Honda to sometimes be looked at as the joke of the Import scene. If not for a select few who really put passion and drive into their cars, the Honda game would fall flat on it’s face. These, are only some of the few at Honda Fest, that represent New England, and demand RESPECT…