SURPRISE! Here’s a brand new episode for you sooner than you probably expected!! That’s because so much is going on at the shop lately that I was able to compile a good amount of content all in about a week’s time. Major changes are going on in the back of the shop so we actually went and pulled all of our cars out—and that hardly ever happens! The departure of Chuy’s ITR may have been the catalyst to this change, but honestly, it was time for Yuta to figure out ways to make more space with so many projects coming in and out. Der’s been wanting to get his M3 going so he can finally sell it and while my Q45 was out, I just decided to clean it up and drive it around for the weekend. On top of all the cars getting moved around, we also stopped by a couple of meets and ran into some pretty interesting builds. There’s some classic Japanese goodness in there, some super cars we’ll never be able to afford, and we cap things off at the annual “EF vs DA Meet” hosted by Oldskoolhonda and Kenji from GReddy Performance. This one is a real treat if you’re a car enthusiast and an even more interesting video for those who have always wondered what our cars looked like outside. You don’t want to miss this one!!
(Chronicles Vlog 2021 Episode 7)
Joey Lee (@stickydiljoe)
Yuta Akaishi (@yutaakaishi)
Ryan Der (@ryan.der)
Kristian Wong (@studytuned)
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Most solid production this time with the vlog!
The presentation and chill rhythm actually gives it a more memorable feel unlike previous vlogs. It almost reminds me of the old grips, insiders, and what not documentaries of the early 00s. Especially loved the transitions with the “still shots” then back to your regular activities.
Not gonna lie, you can really remember more stuff with this episode because it doesn’t feel like a fly by episode compared to earlier mainly due to how everything is being produced and edited. If you know what I mean.
Can’t wait to see this type of new production direction reach your future “Drive By” episodes.
Keep up this new energy Joey and the best to everyone and over there at Chronicles.
Just wish the older (and maybe future) Osaka productions were as close to this tasteful style of capture and real automotive documenting vibe. 🙂