It seems like everybody (my good friends that is) are coming back to Hondas. Nate had the "stanced" Scooby that I posted a pic of a few months back. Before he purchased that car he was deeply into Hondas, now he's back with a freshly painted Civic 4dr with a little power to merge into the freeways. Welcome back Nate! Who will be back next? HAHA!
Saturday, May 28, 2011
Saturday, May 21, 2011
Dude Blvd. always shows AutoLife TV love, it's just something that friends do. I was caught at the 2011 Eibach Meet pushing my buddy Joe's wacky EK into the gate with Freddie from AutoFashion and the homie Jose (just standing there, LOL). The Dude Blvd. family really knows how to have fun at events and it's always good to see them. Go check out their coverage of the 2011 Eibach Meet!
Thursday, May 19, 2011
Exospeed is putting on an event for all the West Coast drag racers to come out and lay down the law. Let's take it back to the old days by going out to this event and filling the place up. Honda Day is cool, but who started all of this?! THE WEST COAST! Prize money up for grabs, parts for various sponsors including Skunk2 products, and bragging rights. AutoLife TV is supposed to be on the scene, so if you see us tell say what up and tell your girl to blow the camera a kiss or show us some skin!
Posted by AutoLife TV at 7:29 PM
Friday, May 13, 2011
Sunday, May 8, 2011
AutoLife TV has covered the Eibach Meet more years than any other automotive video creator out there. We make it a point to show up and not simply get shots of cars, but to truly document the event by actually speaking to enthusiasts and hearing what they have to say. 2010 we did what was expected of us however Brandon McCray, AutoLife TV Producer, decided not to put out a video right after the event due to a swarm of low quality videos bombarding the internet less than an hour after the event ended. With the rise of "video makers" and their "event coverage", AutoLife TV found itself competing with untrained video makers with HD DSLR's saturating the internet with what they call "coverage", but was really nothing more than a music montage of the event. Luckily there are some loyal AutoLife TV followers that kept pushing for us to release our version of the 2010 Eibach Meet. With the 2011 event right around the corner we felt if we were ever going to put something out this would be the best time to get everybody even more excited about the event. We'd like to thank everybody that stayed on us, damn near begging to see AutoLife TV's documentation. Thanks for supporting true professional producers/video makers. Now all we need is for some folks to embed and post the video and maybe even "Like" us on Facebook...
Matt "Rodrez" Rodriguez
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