“You buy the tires, I’ll light the fires”

Who lit up Atwater Village?

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I found these INSANE donuts on Glenfeliz Blvd just south of Los Feliz Blvd and, holy crap, I’m impressed. I mean, I can’t say that doing mad donuts in a residential area is smart or safe but whoever spun these was totally crazy. The next intersection down features a pretty impressive circle too. I live pretty nearby and haven’t heard any crazy squealing so I’m not sure when these showed up, but it’s only been in the last few days. I kind of assume it’s the “I wish I lived in the 50’s” guys who drive loud cars and annoy the neighborhood and hang out at the Bigfoot Lodge. Does this count as street art?

One more image after the jump.


8 thoughts on ““You buy the tires, I’ll light the fires””

  1. I used to live on Glenmanor, a few blocks away. This intersection has been a traditional place for the mysterious donuts to turn up for at least 12 years.

    I still have no idea who does them.

  2. I live one block from this intersection. 2 years ago when I moved in we used to hear cars racing down the street all the time, and these donuts would show up pretty often was well. I hadn’t seen them for a long time until this recent set showed up. I hope that the perps manage to forget about this intersection again, makes me uneasy to know they’re tearing around in the middle of the night.

  3. I seriously doubt it’s the guys from the Bigfoot, I’ve seen the local street racers that do those, they drive Honda’s and Nissans.
    More like “lost in the future” than the 50’s.

  4. As a hotrod owner I can assure you dem’s ain’t no hotrod tracks.

    Better to blame the tuners who think they’re drifting than the hotrods. The science just won’t match up to them.

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