One of the coolest things about driving a little farther to a car event than you normally do is that you get the opportunity to met a lot of new car people and see a lot of vehicles you have never seen before. Guess that is why folks from around the United States and in other parts of the world enjoy coming back day after day to Suede and Chrome. It's always cool to see how other people are customizing their vehicles. One of the things I like most about magazines like Ol' Skool Rodz is the coverage of events that happen outside of the United States. It is really cool to me to see that "hot rod fever" isn't just isolated to the US, but there are katz and kittenz all of the world wrenchin' on and enjoyin' cool cars.