We are done with that dumpster fire of a year, thankfully. Now lets look back on some of the things that didn’t suck last year. You can vote on Car … Continue Reading VOTE: Modie Awards 2020
In part 1 we discussed how JCCS is a prime example of balancing exclusivity and size. The cars are just as important though, the selection of classic Japanese cars at … Continue Reading EVENT: Japanese Classic Car Show 2019 Part 2
Drive Cartel hosted their second Modest Premium Automotive Showcase at the end of June in St. Paul. Honestly this is one of my favorite import car shows because of the quality of cars in show. It allows me to reaffirm my belief that car culture is still alive and definitely not dying. For a grassroots show that doesn’t have national recognition, it’s quality is quite a feat.
In part 1 we talked about what made the InterMarque show particularly special, the things that many other shows miss the boat on, the ambiance of the show, the lot of it. We didn’t spend much time on the cars themselves though. Some shows, that would be entirely permissible because just about everything that needs to be said about an Evo X has been said. InterMarque though, every car could have an article written about it, so lets take a look at some of the highlights that we noticed in the show.
Happy New Years from all of us at the MotorCult podcast and Ovalbore! If you’re wondering what the car is it’s a Mazda B360 pickup.