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Posted By scenefifty

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Photo coverage from the MotorMavens & State of Stance "Spread A-Low-Ha" at Podium Raceway

Photos by Eddy Ed

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Photo coverage from the MotorMavens & State of Stance "Spread A-Low-Ha" at Podium Raceway


 
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The crew over at Slammed Society and Hellaflush once again arrive on the shores of Oahu with their annual carshow and Illest B-Boys battle at the Keehi Lagoon Memorial in Hawaii.  The event brings the best cars from the islands ranging from VIP, race, classics, lowriders and of course...hellaflush.  The event also drew the best in food vendors, bicycles and girls.

Photos by Ryzo, Eddy Ed and Shermz


Their were dope cars such as these nicely matching scheme painted Nissan S14.5 and Volkswagen Beetle from LRG Garage.  It's amazing how you put these two cars together with a same color scheme, each in its own genre where modern meets classic.



This fresh 1986 Toyota Corolla/Levin looked so amazing that day.  Inside and out, top to bottom including the engine bay all fully built.  And damn, it also had a clear polymer cam timing cover!



Ready for drift battle?!  Yes sir, this Nissan 240SX Fastback definitely was.  You could tell by the was it was built with its tan color scheme, it was.  Now if you're thinking, no...were not drift car biased.  Don't get us wrong, all the rides were hella dope that day!  But when you put hellaflush style rims on fully built drift cars, it sends a tingly feeling down the spine...oh yes!



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Photo coverage from the Slammed Society/Hellaflush Hawaii 2013 carshow at Keehi Lagoon Memorial


 
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The crew loves to play airsoft on a monthly basis. We also love watching the pros on the paintball field go at it. It was a rainy day that day at Hawaii Extreme Paintball and Airsoft, but it was a whole lot of fun!

Here's a quick video that our homie Eddy Ed put together from one of our games. Thanks Ed, proud of you brotha!


 
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Scenefifty Shermz heads back to the motherland for some vacation time in the Philippines. In this semi-raw edited video, we take a walkthrough from the most northern part of the Philippines (Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte) at a famous tourist location called Agua Grande. The Agua Grande is a family picnic/tourist attraction stop by in which the fresh cool water pools from the rivers meet up with the ocean. We also take a walk through on the shores of Caunayan beach fronting the USS Stingray Memorial Marker.

Enjoy the video! Mahalo!


 
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Scenefifty Shermz heads back to the motherland for some vacation time in the Philippines. In this semi-raw video, we take a drive from our home in Caunayan, Philippines (Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte) through a back roads off-road path to a rare World War II historical site, the USS Stingray Memorial Marker which sits off the shores of Caunayan Bay.

For more information on the historical site, click below:
http://www.navalhistory.org/2010/08/27/stingray-lands-guerillas-on-luzon-27-august-1944


 
Posted By scenefifty
Scenefifty Shermz heads back to the motherland for some vacation time in the Philippines. In this semi-raw video, we take a drive from the most northern part of the Philippines (Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte) from a famous tourist location called Agua Grande, across the famous Patapat Viaduct passing Hannah's Beach Resort, through the mountains roads of Balaoi passing Kaibigan falls and finally reaching our home in the Barangay of Caunayan.

Enjoy the ride through this uncut, but semi-edited video of the drive. Sit back, relax and absorb. Because one day, maybe you'll drive the same roads we did. Mahalo!