Ngikhulele in different townships with many cultures that capture the essence of township life. And in my experience there is this one corner of every township were you get to be updated on what’s happening, it’s like the real goboza show.
The name E’khoneni is inspired by the corner and the car stories you find in every township which this blog is representing
In the hood we find that there are so many nicknames given to cars that have different meanings to them at that same time they look like they don’t go long distances because its scrap but the performance says a lot. Let’s go down memory lane for a second, and think for a moment about the first car nickname you heard of E’khoneni. Sure you remember!
We have amaGents ekasi that have groups of cars and you fascinate of being with them, to hear their stories behind formulating that group of certain cars like AmaCara Cara, MK1’s and the rest.
You will be updated on what cars are the most dominating ekasi also what style do people think of when you pop up driving that car and the kind of sound which amaGents like to jam with in your car which is appealing to them as they enjoy your company.
In every kasi, there is always that one guy who fixes cars, no matter how big the problem is, he’ll just fix it. He makes sure ukuthi yonkinto ihamba kahle, and also install isound that would get the neighbourhood dancing.
Service centres are plentiful ekasi, amaJita don’t have to stress about where to take their cars. Also the scrap yard as the main parts supply sources, makes it easy on the pocket.
My love for izimoto wasn’t that much until I went into a spinning 325is which grabbed my attention with how the people ekasi interpret the root of cars. You find that ekasi amagama for cars come from a certain inspiration well here is where you will find some cool insights on why was that car named that way futhi uzothola iStyler ngobe kuzoba Mnandi.