And the journey begins in Miami

Before I get to the car pictures, let me just say that I am a creature of habit. Anyone who knows me well, knows that I am a repetitive ass person. I do the exact same things every single day. I’m a recluse, but I love travel. Now, Miami is a second home to me. I have lots of friends and family that we visit often, I do, however, have a love hate with this city. I love the people, the food, the views and the beach. I hate the traffic and brashness of this town. This town will spit on you, dick kick you, and then ask you to drive faster. 95 is a parking lot at any time of day, so don’t bother, but any of the private toll roads, that’s the romping ground for any HighwayStar. While we made it down with no issues, the morning of the show we sat in traffic for fuck knows why due to an accident. 1 hour and 20 minutes in traffic, only to move 3 miles to an exit. Once we got to the Marlins park, everything ran smoothly.

All the HighwayStars came out to play

 

I know what you’re thinking, but no, we haven’t recovered our cooler. This is a new one.

 

While the weather was humid and hot, there were many hot cars to keep us busy, like this s2000 on brotiforms. This car is definitely hitting on all levels.

 

There was seriously a crazy variety of cars from hot rods to exotics. This Lamborghini Aventador from the boys at Prestige Miami obviously caught my eye.

 

It caught our lovely ladies eyes too.

Let me explain something, this car is strictly eye candy. Yes it’s a Lamborghini. Yes it looks nice and sounds amazing, but it’s not practical. The fucker started over heating from just being turned on for about 8 minutes. This car is like the hot cheerleader who falls asleep while giving you an hj.

 

The boys from Vossen Wheels brought out a nice array of cars and some real neck breakers, like this one that caught my eye. 😉

 

And now, the bonerjams

 

This battleship grey s15 was definitely on point. That vertex wide kit is doing it.

HighwayStar Derek says

 

The boys from SimpyClean had a huge turn out of ruckus’ at there booth. And as much shit talking as I did on them, they are fun as fukc to ride and I can’t wait to get my own 150cc project going.

The Nurotag Rx7 was on point too

 

All in all it was a great day and we met a lot of great people.

We look forward to doing more nurotag events in the year and seriously thank you to EVERYONE who came through and supported. To the man Ryan from FancyProductions that drove from Knoxville, TN and hung out with us. To the nice girl who purchased a shirt right off one of our models back. We love every one of you and hope to see you soon friends. Until next time.

Check out the link below for more pics!

HighwayStar Patrick’s Flickr

 

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