Here It Is, The A E S T H E T I C Radwood Video You Didn't Know You Needed

I can always count on Mr. Regular from Regular Car Reviews to give my life the deep, rich weirdness that even a Jason Torchinsky article cannot match. So when he came to Radwood Philadelphia this weekend, he did not disappoint. It’s time for the rad car a e s t h e t i c video you didn’t know you needed.

Mr. Regular’s recap of this weekend’s ’80s and ’90s car show in the City of Brotherly Love was light on dialogue and heavy on the slowed down, hypnotic clip art graphics-filled, Tumblr strangeness that so many of us love but can barely explain.

Some highlights: Road & Track writer Brian Silvestro’s name immortalized as a Vaporwave song; a neon Dodge Neon; our pals Blake Z. Rong and Alex Hevesy; a Honda Motocompo; tons of K-Car love; a trippy, color-shifting A70 Toyota Supra; my dog; and a nice star wipe to cap it all off.

Mr. R, I’ll see your great video and raise this one:

That is what the inside of my brain looks like.

Editor-in-Chief at Jalopnik. 2002 Toyota 4Runner.

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as someone who lived through the 80s as a kid I fucking cannot wait until Radwood is over, it is so stupid and contrived in all the worst hippsterish ways, like my 25 year old cousin-in-law who’s band released their new album on cassette tape I refuse to get nostalgic for an era of vehicles that mainly sucked in a financial and political shitstorm of a time. Fuck you and your fucking neon pants all the way back to whatever fucking trendy neighborhood you live in.