RWB Philadelphia #1 | Prince

Philadelphia births its very first RWB in a unique location. In this documentary we watch Akira Nakai create yet another one of his masterpieces for Ben Harmony in his home garage. What makes this build unique is that it doesn’t take place in a shop or store but in the childhood home of Ben Harmony for just him and his family to observe. We see the Harmonys get emotional once the build is complete and what Ben has worked so hard for, at such a young age of 22, sits in the garage of the house he grew up in. Every move we see Akira Nakai make is meticulously calculated inside in his mind and then immediately transferred the car. What came from 3 days of that is pure beauty. The newly named “Prince,” after the “Fresh” was dropped by Nakai, winds its way around Pennsylvania back roads before ending up inside an abandoned cement factory. Philadelphia’s first RWB build is something that we soon wont forget being a part of. (There will also be a BTS video showing how we filmed the last segment of this film coming soon)

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