Our services include but not limited to: fabricating custom parts and accessories; installation of parts for on-road and off-road vehicles; helping you think for yourself & question everything; performing shamanic rituals; enhancing your primitive understanding of the world and the universe; channeling ancient powers, deities and long dead gods.
When it comes to vehicles, Our main focus is creating custom parts and accessories for your Running Temples. What is a Running Temple? Examples: 1.2.3.
All of this is brought to you by P. Runner aka Run The Monk of The Private Runners Street Family. “The streets always know. The street is nature. In the end nature always wins. It’s not a competition. It’s the truth.” 📿🙏📿
I’m glad I can look back at my glory days and be happy that I never tracked my car because the streets is where my heart is at. I am also happy that I don’t do that shit no more, but don’t get it twisted, that past life is what motivates me til this very second and gives me pure nostalgia every time I think about it.
It doesn’t matter if it’s Wangan Running or Kanjo Running, it’s all Roulette Running at the end of the day. Whether it’s Osaka or Tokyo (or the streets of Sacramento) it’s all the same. The thrill of running is different than an organized race event. Only the ones who do it and have done it can relate. I had nothing to prove back then and I still have nothing to prove now. Long live the glory days.✌️
Last week, I paid a visit to my buddy Kenjo at his shop, Garage Star.
Some of you might have seen the article which Mike Garrett posted on SpeedHunters last year. Since then, I knew that when I would go back to Sacramento I had to see his new location.
Parking is very limited in his lot. Which is occupied by his employees and friends, most of the time. First come, first serve!
Walking right in, you can’t miss the glorious wall of wheels being displayed. Some of them are for sale by the way!
(If you’re interested, visit Circuit Dreamer)
All of Kenjo’s products are made in house, in the good ‘ole USA!
Looking out from inside the shop I noticed a 1976 Celica pulling up. I found out it belongs to Tom, one of the owners of Circuit Dreamer.
Man, I miss living the independent car shop life.
Til next time, Kenjo… Peace!