Monthly archives: January, 2015

CT Sounds Super Bowl GIVEAWAY!

The countdown to Super Bowl Sunday is quickly coming to an end. But while the next day and a half may seem like a decade to Patriots and Seahawk fans counting on their…



KEG Media Rings in the New Year with Future Projects

If you’ve ever seen a concept rendering from KEG Media, you know just how extremely badass the company’s work is, and the projects that they’ve taken on for 2015 are nothing short…



Mad Gear Brings Killer Cars to Your Wardrobe

Specializing in hot rod apparel and accessories, Mad Gear has been providing wardrobes to car-minded guys and gals for years. From T-shirts and hoodies to sunglasses, caps and even belt buckles, Mad Gear is a one-stop-shop for all…



Enjoy The Build: Monty Rubart’s 1938 Chevy Pickup

Almost every project vehicle comes with the understanding of long nights, hard work, and constant battles and for Monty Rubart the moment he opened the door of his soon-to-be project 1938 Chevy Truck, it fell off…



Vito Corleone Coupe: Mike Vito Sutton’s 1964 Cadillac

Wanting to keep his mind busy and stay out of trouble for once, Mike “Vito” Sutton of Desert Hot Springs, California decided to delve into a new project after taking a bit of a hiatus from custom builds. Having…



Behind The Build: Silver Rest Japan’s 1972 VW Type 2

We wanted to kickoff our “Behind The Build” section with the perfect project scoop, so of course we had to wait for the right under-construction build to come along that would fit the bill. We will be featuring…



Junkyard Dog: Australia’s Ultimate Mash Up – 1974 Dodge Pickup

Richard “Big Dick” Hallovic from Shellharbour New South Wales, Australia sure knows how to mix things up. Having grown up with three brothers who are all mechanics, he has been around his fair share of automotive customization his…



Family Four Door – Jason Haase’s Bodied 1965 Impala

Often when we venture out and decide to begin a new project we scourer the interwebs looking for the perfect canvas to begin the journey. Other times that project might land in your lap like it was…



Kustom Refinement: Scott Hultquist’s ’57 Coupe Deville

The Cadillac has long been a symbol of luxury and refinement that still lives on through today’s models, but some would arguably say they were at the height of refinement from the ‘40s through the ‘60s….



Cars and Coffee Irvine – You Will Be Missed!

Back in 2003 a small group of high-end auto enthusiasts broke away from the massive Donut Derelicts meet in Huntington Beach, California to start their own weekly gathering. This led them to Crystal Cove in Laguna…



The Big Show Presents Slamboree – Shawnee, Oklahoma

One of the biggest and best shows in the Midwest is back. Slamboree has quickly regained its reputation of being the can’t miss car, truck and bike show in Oklahoma. The Big Show is being is…



Father-Son Bel Air: The 1957 Chevy Family Affair

If you have been into the custom automotive scene for any length of time you probably know good and well what a bitchin’ ride looks like. The 1957 Chevy Bel Air you see before you is owned by…