As stated before RWB and its clients love nothing more than to drive. So to cater for this the Idler Games hosted an all Porsche event specifically to get all RWB clients from around the world to race against one another. The turn out was staggering to say the least as people with RWB cars from almost every continent showed up to race in the 12hr endurance race in their RWB cars…..presented by Spankin’ Fish Films
this one is from the same event in 2011 but brought to you by Luke Huxham
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 http://maiham-media.com on RWB and his views.
Figuring as last time was two, this would be fitting for three.
The people who RWB take on as clients almost always love to drive and or race. His cars cater to that alone. You will see the cars completely stripped, suspension that ride race-car stiff (all his cars are no less than 12kg/mm spring rate and more), roll bars, huge downforce wings, wide rubber. These cars can be driven as daily drivers but caution is to be mandatory. Here is a video produced, created, and directed by maiham-media of just that….a happy RWB owner
I feel like having a two for one special…here is Ichiraku with his RWB 993 showing the details of the car when Nakai-son had finish. If you could please visit his pages at http://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/ichiraku911 as he wanted to show the world this piece of art.
I think I am going through a Porsche crises. For those that do not know RWB, it is a porsche shop operated by one man only who modifies the interior and mainly exterior of a select few porsches. Clients literally drop off their car not knowing what he is going to do with it. Clients have little to no input on their own cars (color, modifications, decals, wheels, etc.). All of this is done by Nakai-Son himself. Yet again Maiham-Media come through with an interview, with help from Fatlace.com
Personally I tend to lean towards things (cars, motorcycle, trucks, clothing, toys, electronics) that have a history. Maybe because it reminds me of my past in some form. This can be seen in my choice of vehicles, and has been from early on. The Z car for example has always been fascinating to me through out its years even though, when first introduced, my parents were still children. And the same goes for Porsche as the 356 is a car that grabs me by my soul. Here is a clip provided and created by Magazine out of Japan from their visit to Porsche Museum in Stuttgart, Germany.