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So this is happening this summer, on a sunday (my off day) at Dallas Market Hall! I havent been to a car show at the DMH since about '03, '04 back when the Hot Import Nights craze was still in effect (not that its died down since). Very interested in this but am unsure if my car will be ready for a soft debut.

I've honestly revamped this blog for my own personal use, along with event coverage and small spotlight features from around the state.

I havent had much time to create any content since i've been focusing more on long-time career goals and finishing up the 4 year build of my Hyundai Accent.



I have a few build threads out there, but will be sporadically posting ongoing build pictures.

- brandon


Joey Lee, from The Chronicles has worked for a handful of magazines and has seen first hand the effect that the automotive blog craze has had on the influential magazine companies of yesteryear. I personally think he hit the nail on the head when he chose the title, "We Failed You", because being in the car community for so long we start to forget about what was and for some still is the only outlet that catered to us as car enthusiasts and acted as a feeding tube for all our tuner needs.

Read his write up for yourself - http://stickydiljoe.com/2014/06/02/we-failed-you/

I've been reading Super Street, Import Tuner, HCI, Modified Mag, Honda Tuning and PAS Mag since about age 11. I used to go through these magazines with a few of my close buddies, read features (look at models) and flip to the parts sections and basically build my dream car in my head (the gaudier the better). These magazines were a catalyst for an undying love that I still have to this day and probably wont ever lose.

Sad to see another one go, support print!
col·lec·tive (kə-lĕk′tĭv)
1. formed by collection.


In an effort to stay " original ", and not get lost in the sea of trends and duplication. I've decided to change things up a bit and lean in the direction of a more universal moniker for what has grown as a small staple in the Texas car scene. With a new year, comes big changes and a whole new game plan. In the past years of business, I've felt that there was too much focus in pumping out content. So much focus on content that we ended up sacrificing what mattered most to us, quality.


There was no mission statement in mind when it came to the re-branding and recreation.

The photos below aren't necessarily a feature or event coverage, even though this photo-dump does in fact contain some photos from Slammed/Society Texas along with some other randoms that were snapped during my self proclaimed hiatus.

This is THE, Texas Collective.

shot w/ Sony NEX-C3 Fullscreen

shot w/ Sony NEX-C3 Fullscreen

shot w/ Sony NEX-C3 Fullscreen

shot w/ Sony NEX-C3 Fullscreen

shot w/ Sony NEX-C3 Fullscreen

shot w/ Sony NEX-C3 Fullscreen

shot w/ Sony NEX-C3 Fullscreen

shot w/ Sony NEX-C3 Fullscreen

shot w/ Sony NEX-C3 Fullscreen

shot w/ Sony NEX-C3 Fullscreen

shot w/ Sony NEX-C3 Fullscreen

shot w/ Sony NEX-C3 Fullscreen

shot w/ Sony NEX-C3 Fullscreen
Shot by Zilla Mclean
Words by Brandon Anthony
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We had a chance to catch up with Huy Nguyen recently to shoot his IS300 on his recently acquired set of CCW Classics. The car was also recently painted in this custom Grabber Blue color, it was a bright yellow before the transformation.


As you can see, he's made sure to pay attention to every little detail.

When you see a nice pair,make sure to say hello!

Things flow so well on this car, the window visors are a great touch.

Work + CCW's




Greddy front Lip
TRD skirts + rear lip
W58 5speed conversion
CCW Classics 18x9 f +25 | 18x10 r +25
JDM Altezza grill
Spec D exhaust
Custom Grabber Blue
Megan Coilover Kit
Built 2JZ
 
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