America’s Car Museum and Phantasy Kolors are hosting the completion of a public build for the first time in the Pacific Northwest of a Rauh-Welt Begriff (RWB) Porsche 911 during a two-day event taking place at the largest automotive museum in North America from August 11-12. Each day guests can watch artist and RAUH-Welt BEGRIFF founder Akira Nakai complete the build of the RWB Seattle No. 5.
Nakai quickly made a name for taking a precision grassroots approach to engineering Porsches, using the automobile as a canvas to express passion, culture, personality and individual identity. Considered a master of his craft, Nakai is an acclaimed artist that creates one-of-a-kind originals, winning the adoration of many fans around the world. He is also a driving force in the transformation of Japanese car customizing culture.
“We are thrilled to partner with Phantasy Kolors and Rauh-Welt Begriff to put on a public build featuring a legendary artist such as Akira Nakai,” said America’s Automotive Trust Development Manager Kristen Wells. “The two-day event is just another example of the types of vibrant gatherings that position America’s Car Museum as world-class destination for automotive enthusiasts.”
The two-day event at ACM will take place August 11-12, and those interested in attending can purchase tickets at the door and learn more at Super Street Show.
“In addition to the RWB Build on Sunday, August 11 Super Street will present a unique show outdoors on the Museum’s Haub Family Field featuring the best modified Japanese and European cars of the Pacific Northwest,” said Wells. “We are thrilled that Super Street will be part of this incredible weekend by hosting the brand’s first event in the Pacific Northwest featuring a curated display of the finest Japanese and European cars the local scene has to offer!”