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RallyWays Car Culture
Car culture articles from a true grassroots car blog. RallyWays revolves around car culture. We are based in Southern California. Every week we're out on the field attending local car events, shooting photos and generally enjoying the local SoCal car scene.
The car enthusiast scene in Southern California is actually are pretty tight-knit community. As big and crowded as the area is, many of the car enthusiasts around here know each other. You tend to see a lot of the same people and you get used to recognizing a lot of the cars. The Car Culture section of RallyWays is dedicated to the enjoyment of cars as a hobby and a way of life - not simply a transportation tool.
Enjoy. Be sure to look around. Don't just pick from the latest articles. Many of the stories that date way back are just as good.
This is a vintage motor racing time-lapse video sequence made entirely out of still photos from Coronado Speed Festival. The video features more than 2,500 frames from the premiere historic racing event.
The best way to test the range of a Fiat 500e electric car is to drive it… until it’s empty… flat… out of power… You get the point. Here is the truth behind the claimed range of the Fiat 500e electric car.
Here we have a close look at a very cool monochromatic Porsche emblem from my friend Bill’s Rebel Rook 911. There’s also a short back story on the history of the Porsche emblem and the Stuttgart crest.
Gold wheels have become quite popular on many types of cars. They can look classy and neat or all out loud and obnoxious. In the end, it’s all about personal preference. The question is… Would you run gold wheels?
Autonet Carbooks in The Netherlands is the car book store of your dreams. It’s a book store dedicated solely to books about cars. I don’t know, but what more do you want? Sounds like the perfect book store to me.