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The Why Behind Sung’s Garage

What’s up everybody…Welcome to Sung’s Garage.

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What’s this all about?

Simply, I wanna share some of the amazing, inspiring, real life heros that I’ve had the privilege to meet throughout my life that have helped me find the simple answers to life’s hard questions. And leave a legacy of contribution and purpose.

I’m trying to figure it out like everybody else. Hopefully all this allows us to share and help each other figure it all out.

Hope you learn something, hear something that inspires or makes you think about becoming a better person. Look forward to hearing your thoughts as well.

Talk soon.

– Sung


  1. Huge idol to a lot of us fans as enthusiasts. You’ve took the passion and love from the big screen and brought it to life with your Z build. I can’t wait what you have in store for us!

  2. Vitaliy here from Asheville,NC
    I’ve been a fast fan since the first movie, I remember being in the garage with my dad and the ending scene was on tv (Supra vs charger) I was 8 years old at the time and had no idea what was going on but I was hooked. My father had a drinking problem and wasn’t around much but when he was he’d work on cars and Id help him (mostly just watched). It was a dysfunctional family, my mom tried her best to raise me and honestly I think she did pretty good She taught me about love and jesus so I had some knowledge but never saw the meaning of family until I started watching the fast and the furious series. Seeing how close they all stuck together and put each other first showed me that that’s what true family is about. I lost my dad when I was 19 and at the time I was really getting into the car scene, had a Z32 from the time I was 16 so I had already developed a decent size car group by now. It was like my family. When i lost my father my car friends pulled together and were there for me. Even tho I never really had that safe family feel I felt like I belong in that moment. Like these are the people that matter most at this point. Right here. Right now. I’m 25 now and have a better understanding of life and why things happen the way they do. The one thing that stuck through time is my car family, we still get BBQ on the weekends and still go on cruises. Fast and Furious might be about the bullets now but they left a good impression of family that remained with us. It’s good to see movies that go above and beyond to show the importance of family. To those that lack it in life it’s a good example of what a true relationship is so I’m really here to just say thank you. Thank you for being real.


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