First Caffeine and Gasoline In The Books!

Howdy folks,   Happy mother’s day to all you moms out there if you happen to be reading this.  One week ago was the first Caffeine and Gasoline organized with Rochester Autosports and hosted at Rochester Ford.  The event itself, for being the first one was great!  I estimate we had roughly 60-70 cars, perhapsContinue reading “First Caffeine and Gasoline In The Books!”

Caffeine and Gasoline GIVEAWAY!

  Hop on over to the AlphaDigital_ Instagram to find this post!  Click the follow button, like the post, and tag a friend youre most excited to share this car season with!  This detailing kit consisting of Chemical guys products along with a free photoshoot will be raffled off at 11am at Caffeine and Gasoline!Continue reading “Caffeine and Gasoline GIVEAWAY!”

Snowed In – February in Review

Its March, but this post is about February and how badly it has gone weather-wise! Having received the most amount of snow in one month ever this year and more than last year combined has really put a damper on shooting.  Outdoors anyways. If you dont believe me, peep the shot below. The snow isContinue reading “Snowed In – February in Review”

Automotive Shop Feature- Platinum Auto Wraps

Happy Sunday to anyone willing to spend a few minutes of their time reading the regurgitation of thoughts onto this blog.  At 9 am on a Sunday, my mind is just getting accustomed to the screaming and crying of the day produced by my two little girls.  As I silently drink this coffee containing theContinue reading “Automotive Shop Feature- Platinum Auto Wraps”

End of an Era?

No, not an end of the era for a model, but more along the lines of “end of an era” specifically for this NSX.  People in the car scene (especially in Rochester) likely know Travis.  What’s more likely, is people know this NSX and for good reason.  This thing is cleaner than your girls LouboutinContinue reading “End of an Era?”

Red Rum

I never used to be a huge American car fan growing up. Embarrassingly, I was the typical import or bust kid. But just like my taste in music changed from hanging out with friends who were big friends of bands like Slayer, Metallica, Led Zepplin etc, so did my taste in cars. The friends I had owned vehicles from Honda Civics to Corvettes and naturally, I began to appreciate domestic cars as much as I did imports. This couldnt be more true of me today, as my entire garage is composed of Fords (dont worry, and import will find its way in there at some point), and as I contemplate future vehicles I wont say that I havent included Corvettes on that list of possibilities. ANYWAY, shooting this car definitely has piqued my interests in Vettes.