Remember Brent Terry? The sand sculptor who made that 32:07 sand hinge? Well his son appears to be more than on board:
"Hot designer clothing jumps intended target demographic" with this black-market leather jacket worn by Ethan Terry, representing the Polizei 144 brand of Alex Roy.
At school, or just riding his bike around the neighborhood, people have come to expect a little drama out of 9-year old Ethan. “He’s always on some important mission leading his friends on all kinds of exploits, and the girls his age are captivated by his charisma” says his mother. She continues “There’s no need asking who he’s going to be for Halloween this year, he has already enlisted Maile (his girlfriend), to pose as Cory Welles following him door-to-door with a video camera… the whole thing is almost too much”.
Ethan and his Dad have followed the Gumball 3000, Alex Roy’s 2006 driving record, and are now looking forward to the upcoming film 32 Hours 7 Minutes. About the film Ethan said “I don’t know if the movie will be PG-13, but I think my Dad might let me see it anyway”. When asked about his illegal jacket he knew where to draw the line and said, with Cheshire smile, “no comment”."
Nice work, my friend, but you seem to be forgetting one key element. To round out the crew, you need a David Maher (Alex’s co-pilot and co-record holder for the fastest man from coast to cost). Here’s a clip of him working on his Porsche for reference. So grab another friend and go snag some candy as Alex, Cory, AND David!