Two days before Memorial Day while catching up and brainstorming, Charles had the idea to make a video.
The next morning, I woke up to a million Facebook notifications and the news we would be filming that night. Charles is about as integrated as one could be in the local car community so all it took was a Facebook post and some hype to get everyone in on the idea.
Gear heads flocked from all corners of Arizona recently to Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park near Phoenix for a day of test n’ tune, drifting and a glittering car show, all part of the Import Face Off, an innovative lifestyle event highlighting non-domestic brands since 2001.
Set on the lawn surrounding one of the world's tallest fountains in Fountain Hills, Arizona, the fourth annual Concours in the Hills has established itself as a casual event that bears little resemblance to the formal “white glove” affairs with which it shares part of its name.
ClassicCars.com celebrated future collector cars with a show of their own Monday, January 16, set during Arizona Car Week atop a parking garage at the Scottsdale Quarter, an upscale shopping district.
A 1936 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic earned “Best of Show” honors at the Fourth annual Arizona Concours d’Elegance on Sunday, January 15, held at the Arizona Biltmore. The Bugatti, owned by Peter and Merle Mullin and Rob and Melani Walton, is just one of three cars known to exist and came to the concours from a special display within the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, California.