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Echo: Made In The Shade - A hot rodder's documentary
I followed Echo Tescier, a hot rod builder in LA for three days with a camera and microphone. From his topless back alley shop, he turns out beautiful rods, both shiny and rats. His minimalist lifestyle is dedicated to building and driving fast hot rods. © 2016 Karl Xjimenez -Grandfunalley Media License: Standard YouTube License Music: "Cross The Road" by Silent partner

The Rolling Bones Hot Rod Shop (by Brian Darwas)
Film maker Brian Darwas currently produces feature length documentaries on Hot Rod and Motorcycle Culture. All of which have gone on to win awards, and have been well received. He's now changing things up a bit, making a handful short films that anyone can share freely. "I feel it's important to our scene that high quality moving images, which can both awe and inspire, are available to anyone at anytime. My goal is to reach the younger generation. The generation of people who grew up on the Internet, and turn to it as a source of new ideas and inspiration. I'd like to instill in them the notion that hot rods, motorcycles, and building stuff by hand is still cool and relevant." ~ Brian Darwas Each film will run anywhere from two, to five minutes. Once completed, they will be shared freely via the Internet, social media, etc. . . So, please share and help spread the word. - When asked why he chose to film The Rolling Bones Brian Darwas had this to say: "The Rolling Bones drive their hot rods from New York to Utah. . . race them at Bonneville, then drive them back home. I'm not sure there's anything else I could add that would give someone a better reason to document what they're doing." ~ Brian Darwas - To see more of both Brian and The Rolling Bones' work check out:

THREE MILE - a film by Brian Darwas - trailer (Hot Rod Racing at Bonneville)
Trailer to the film THREE MILE by Brian Darwas featuring Ken Schmidt and Keith Cornell of The Rolling Bones. Get the complete movie at: "Join Brian Darwas and the Rolling Bones Hot Rod Shop on a cross country trip full of roadside breakdowns, shop tours, parking lot parties and plenty of racing at what most people consider the birthplace of hot rodding, the legendary Bonneville Salt Flats. All thirteen hot rods embark on a life time adventure from New York to Utah, where Keith Cornell breaks the world record for the fastest Ford Y-block. With enough salt pit rebuilds, tech inspections, and race runs to keep even the most jaded gearhead on the edge of their seat. Be there to experience the sun on your face & salt in the air when it all comes down to that THREE MILE pass."

Mackey's Hot Rods Inc. - The Early Years 2006-2008
The first low budget hot rod to come out of Mackey's Hot Rods in 2008. Visit Mackey's Hot Rods Instagram for up to date car builds and news. VIDEO by-Lance Sheidenberger @