About Honolulu Streets
I promise to
work tirelessly to nab what I can for the site and
deliver it to you accurately and as fast as possible.
On this page:
My name is Danny Sachs. I was born and raised in
Honolulu and built street rods for a living out of my garage in
Kalama Valley, and for a short time out of my shop in Kaneohe.
July 1997 I moved to Oregon. That was almost 12 years ago and I’ve
missed Hawaii every day since. I didn’t always want to live
on the mainland; it was something that just happened. Kinda like
destiny, you never know where it will take you. -sigh-
It took me here.
Honolulu Streets is a hot
rod magazine that features automotive news,
articles and photos specifically from Hawaii. It is available on
the internet and at this time it is not a printed publication.
Honolulu Streets is located
on the web. I, on the other hand, live in Medford Oregon and post
Honolulu Streets Magazine from here. It hasn’t been easy getting
information for the website while living on the mainland but I work
hard at it and do the best I can. That means I’m on the phone a
lot or answering emails sometimes until 3am. Confirming stuff that
goes into the magazine has been the hardest but I love Hawaii and think it's all worth
after moving to the Northwest I realized that I
couldn’t take being removed from Hawaii anymore. So around
January 2001 I bought a computer thinking that it
would somehow keep me connected to my home. A whole solid
two months went by before I was able to type my name with it but by March of
that year I had Honolulu Streets Magazine up and running on the
Okay, so I thought buying a computer and surfing the Internet would keep me
connected to Hawaii, enough so, that I wouldn’t need anything else.
I was wrong. I needed something much more so I created a commitment
to myself, and to anyone else who wanted to see Honolulu Streets
Magazine. If others liked what I did on the Internet and wanted more
of it, then there would be little doubt that posting Honolulu
Streets wouldn’t keep me continuously connected to Hawaii.
If you've been watching Honolulu
Streets for any length of time you've notice long periods between
updates. I can’t change much of that from here but I promise to work
tirelessly to nab what I can for the site and deliver it to you
accurately and as fast as possible.
If it happened on the streets of
Hawaii, you just might hear it first in Honolulu Streets.
Hawaii's Hot Rod and Automotive News Magazine.