The Photos in this slide show where taken over to visits to Liberty Walk Performance in Nagoya Japan, the Nagoya Garage is the company headquarters, the garage occupies to buildings diagonally opposite each other at 1 Chome-178 Setogawacho, Owariasahi, Aichi 488-0023, Japan, here they design, sell and fit their signature style body kits and accessories as well as undertaking Custom builds for their clients, they also garage clients car and have a lot with numerous cars for sale.
Most people are familiar with the Euro super cars they build for well heeled clients, the Saudis are very fond of Liberty Walk cars accounting for many of their commissions however the Liberty walk crew have worked their Magic on a wide variety of cars from Europe, America, England and of course Japan, I myself love The JDM Cars, I find them more interesting than the Super Cars.
If you are traveling to Japan and are into High Spec Customs and JDM be sure to make the trip to Nagoya and visit Liberty walk Garage and once you are done exploring the cars on site visit the Cafe for a burger, fries and a milk shake and then hit the merchandise store.
Oh and I include some photos from a used JDM car dealer we stopped at in Nagoya, last photos before the end slide.
The Bonnie and Clyde Rods, Rats and Rides Rockabilly festival was held at Tatura in Victoria Australia, The turnout for the first of which I hope is many was not huge but with approximately 150 vehicles and 3000 people through the gates it was alright considering there was a lot on that weekend.
I personally thought it was well organised with a fantastic variety of cars and some bikes, the Venue is perfect for the purpose, there was live entertainment in the way of bands and an Elvis impersonator, I will definitely be going back next year, congratulations to the organisers, you did a great job of putting on an excellent first show.
Club member and Custom Painter Steve May organised a cruise through Melbourne for Strangebreed members and friends, even though it was a rainy day it was great catching up and cruising.
Chopped has grown to become Australia's premier Custom Culture weekend, With Rats, Customs, Bobbers, Choppers, heaps of Bands, Dirt drags with everything from Gassers and Altereds to Lowriders and Bobbers cutting loose on the dirt strip, if you prefer going around corners try the speedway oval, when you are sick of that hit the stage area and listen to some tunes or just grab yourself a seat and a brew, then kick back and watch the ever changing parade of characters go by.
Music by the Snowdroppers, from their Album, "Too Late Too Pray"
StrangeBreed CC spent the weekend at the 2013 Grampians old skool rod run, hosted by the Old Skool Rod & Custom Club, we enjoyed great summer weather (friday evening was a bit wet).
The guy's from Old skool did a good job keeping us entertained, with a band and a fund raising auction friday night, a cruise up to the fire watch tower, then back to the halls gap hotel for lunch.
Saturday afternoon we watched the Miss Old Skool 2013 pinup parade, compared by Miss ruby Rabbit, congratulations to Miss Flirtatious Belle (winner) and Miss Mary Nance ( runner-up ) well done to all the other contestants, you all looked fabulous.
Saturday night our hosts had set up a movie screen in the park, it was a perfect night for sitting out doors and watching Hot Rod a Seventies movie.
Sunday was quite warm for the show and shine, a great line up of cars, and the chance to relax and catch up with friends brought the weekend to a finish nicely.