RWB pt.3 (expansion)

RWB started out as a small place with a one man team.  It was like this for 15 years until people from outside japan wanted his cars.  The problem was shipping the cars over to be worked on then shipping them back.  That is until a client had the idea to pay for him to work on the car at their house, all expenses paid.  This intern started the creation of having satellite RWB stations around the world.  This way Nakai-son has a workshop to work out of and travels.  Here is what I mean…

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And here is the man himself on an exclusive interview with on RWB and his views.

Figuring as last time was two, this would be fitting for three.


Posted on February 17, 2013, in everything and anything, With videos and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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