Want to only see the racing that's cool, skip to 6:15 min and watch the rest later. Pre-Gaming for Mod2Fame Fest was awesome with my youtuber friends. We went to a Deleware cars and coffee meet and we did some awesome test pulls.
Cheapokitty is really starting to come along. This time we added a killer set of Verde Flow Form wheels in much wider than stock sizes. For more details check out Verde Website and if you have any questions about how they perform, feel free to ask us with a comment below.
Verde VFF02 / 20x10 & 20x11
This is what it's like driving through the streets of NYC in modified luxury cars. Yes it can be nerve wrecking but the feeling of being under those bright lights with the energy of hundreds of people is worth it.
With a city that never sleeps there are pluses and minuses. Plus is 24 hour restaurants, night life, and transportation. On the flip side there is a underground culture of racers who come out every night. For the first time we take you inside the street race scene of New York City.
It's one thing for a car to have an issue which requires you to take it in to the dealer. It's another ball game when a car has an issue that leaves you stuck on the side of the road. That's exactly what happened to Cheapokitty and I am pissed.
I think back to walking into the toy store as a little boy. I remember the doors opening and the first thing I wanted to know, where were the Hot Wheels. As an adult not much has changed except they are now real cars I am collecting to include in a Hot Wheels Legends car show in connection with Walmart.
The old saying health is wealth still remains true. In honor of that saying I got myself a trainer @LogicalSense and joined a gym. I am sharing this publically so you guys can join this journey with me and hold me accountable. So yall got my back on this one?
Why would you own such fast cars in New York city? I get this question all the time but what people don't realize, you can leave the city to open up your car. This is an example of what it's like staying in the city and trying to drive in it.
Cheapokitty has seriously been having a uncontrollable hunger for exotic foods AKA supercars. No matter how much I feed her she just want more Exotic cars to take down. This video is mainly about our time at CF Charities Supercar Show and hanging out with Supercars of Philadelphia ( www.youtube.com/supercarsofphiladelphia ).
So it wasn't quite 190 MPH but it sure was close. The Hellcat challenger s extremely impressive how stable it feels at those speeds. Comment below how fast you've gone in your car, I want to know.