We met Army Girl’s fonder Hossy San at 2018 Tokyo Auto Salon. During these very few hours, our topic of conversation was changed from tuned car to business plan. Hossy San was born on July 14th 1976 in Tokyo. He worked at Yokohama Tyre’s selling department from 1999 to 2007, when the company was supporting Japanese Super Taikyu Series. In 2008, he moved to a import company and was selling Maserati and Ferrari. When it comes to early 2012, Hossy San got this strong thought to make his own style brand. In 2013, “Army Girl” appears. The brand aims to males. Army is always attractive to males, when it comes with Girl, it doubles the effect. You would probably wanna ask, why you are talking about a clothes brand? We would like to say, crossover is getting popular!
Most of clothes brands use TV commercial, magazine commercial, show or exposition to extend their market. But Hossy San is different, he used the world famous Tokyo Auto Salon to show his brand. So he cooperated with RWB and built his own Porsche 993 RWB after discussion with Nakai San and Ichiraku San.
To show its differences compare with normal RWB 993, Hossy San emptied all the interior, built a handmade roll cage, then creatively cut its roof, changed it into a lighter material and fix it with rivets.
RWB 993 “Army Girl” s first version was called white ninja by Malaysian Mcclubz’s fonder Merlvyn San. Pure white body with Japanese clean street created a perfect mixture. It drew a lot of people to stand by and take a photo.
RWB 993“Army Girl” s first version
Army Girl made quite a success on Tokyo Auto Salon during 2015 and 2016, this made other car brands focus on Hossy San. This picture show you the second version of RWB 993 “Army Girl” in 2016. They changed its old GT rear wing to this whale rear wing, but kept its lacquer.
RWB 993“Army Girl second version
In 2017 and 2018, Hossy San noticed that a bunch of style brands copied this mode, then he asked his friend Walter Kim from RWB LA for advice, about how to build a more vintage body work. After that Hossy San invited Walter Kim to be his chief designer and “Orange Flame” was born.
Orange Flame Kit
Although Hossy San is always busy, he didn’t forget his RWB 993 “Army Girl”. Since there are more and more white RWB in the world wild, and he was tired of this color, he brought a new thought and made this “Army Girl” final version. The story of Hossy San is now over but we hope “Army Girl” and “Orange Flame” could getting stronger and more famous in the future!
Hossy san’s “Army Girl” RWB 993 is cool but we couldn’t own one, so FuelMe showed up.
FuelMe cooperated with Army Girl, presents all three versions of Hossy San’s RWB 993 and made them into 1/43 scale car model with our craftsmanship. We hope let all its fans who could own the real car have this one and record its history of tuning. The car may not be with you to the end, but car model may. This is the charm of car model.
Hossy San’s Army Girl RWB 993 with double-autograph is now in stock on FuelMe’s official website. It’s limited to 120pcs, don’t miss it!