Akira Nakai Nakai-San of RAUH-Welt Begriff Porsche visits EVS Motors in Houston, TX
Akira Nakai Nakai-San of RAUH-Welt Begriff Porsche visits EVS Motors
Performance Studio in Houston, TX. RWB needed a place in Houston to help
assist him in performing a widebody conversion. We were lucky and honored
to have Rauh Welt visit our shop and use our shop as a tool to complete his
project for a customer. Nakai-san needed to use our Corghi tire changer to
performance some custom modifications on a set of widebody Work Wheels from
RAUH-Welt BEGRIFF : Nakai-San
We spent two days living and breathing RAUH-Welt BEGRIFF from morning to
midnight. Nakai-San from RWB creates some of the most unique Porsches in
the world, this film captures the heart and soul of RWB, a Japanese based
workshop that has been in business for 15 years.
A unique style will always cause divided opinions but no matter your
preference the passion and dedication that Nakai-san has for his work can
not be ignored.
This film was produced / filmed / edited / coloured by Luke Huxham
RAUH-Welt BEGRIFF : Shinji's RWB 964
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When we are not busy shooting client work we like to shoot some personal
projects with our friends and our buddy Shinji just happens to own a RWB
964 named "Good Hills Speed". Like all RWB's customers Shinji-san is
passionate about his Porsches and is a very humble, fun and kind hearted
We asked Shinji-san "Why do you like RWB?" and Shinji made sure to tell us
the most important key points of his car in English.
Please enjoy our fun interview.
Music : Curtis Mayfield - Pusherman
Making of RWB USA 993 #5 Rauh-Welt
9 Magazine had a rare opportunity to spend time with Nakai-San of Rauh-Welt
Begriff / RWB while he created this 993 Wide-Body mastepiece for a USA
Customer. This RWB 993 is #5 in the USA and will be featured in the May /
June 2012 issue of 9 Magazine.
The process to build this RWB took Nakai-San about a week from start to
finish. The parts were shipped ahead of time from Japan and painted to
match before he arrived.
The wide-body fenders were trial fitted, and then installed after the OE
fenders were cut and removed. The front bumper, side skirts, signature
whale-tail and wheels were then installed.
The finished product is the one of the most wicked and highest quality kits
for Porsche available today. It's no wonder RWB is the hottest trend in the
industry. Nakai-San's attention to detail and superior craftsmanship is
evident at every angle.
We would like to thank the owner of #5 and RWB for allowing us the
opportunity to make this video. In addition, a special thanks to Kenny and
Edmond at Chilly Performance in Tampa.
RWB Shop Tour [HD]
In this video I am taking a tour of the Rauh Welt Begriff shop in Chiba,
Rauh-Welt RWB Widebody Porsche 993 - Details & Sound
Only 5 of these RWB Porsches are currrently in the US. The distance between
each rivet is equal the length of the creators, Nakai San, cigarette
Words cannot express how happy I am to have seen this car. My jaw dropped
when I noticed it just sitting there casually. If you are not familiar with
this car please do some research on the company (RWB) and it's creator.
It's not just a bodykit and each one is very individual and very rare.
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[0-60] Porsche 911 RAUH-Welt in Tokyo
From 0-60's - http://www.0-60mag.com - Summer 2010 issue comes the famous
and illusive Porsche tuner out of Japan: RAUH-Welt Begriff. Known for his
outrageously tuned Porsches, we set out to profile his one-of-a-kind
creations and bring you a once in a lifetime story. Check 0-60mag.com for