Category: Features

Artist Profile: Max Grundy – Fear is the New Beauty

Max Grundy is a name known far and wide for his one-of-a-kind “post apocalyptic” creations. One of the most talented and unique artists to have brought his own style to…



Loveless: Jay’s 1968 Ford F-350

There is no teacher quite like experience. Nine out of ten lessons learned on-the-job are more helpful than those learned in any formal training exercise or book/test combos. To be sure, education is vastly important, but bleeding…



Lady In Red: John’s Boggio’s Seductive 1965 Chevelle

As our first ever cross-over feature from our sister mag – Lateral-G.net – we figure we’d start off with a bang! With a brilliant crimson flash, accents of smooth chromatic black, hovering low above the ground…



Wild Thang: The Destination and the Journey

The build process of a custom car or truck is more often than not, a series of complex tasks testing patience and determination at each and every obstacle. Each item on the list brings with it, a…



Brotherly Duo: Bodyshop Built SRT-10 & S10 Blazer

If there’s one thing the Slam’d crew values more than than a lack of ground clearance, it’s family. Thats why the story of brothers Chad Sperry and Cory Schiller is such a special one. There is nothing…



Homebuilt Hero: Joe’s ALL-IN 1965 Datsun L320

Much of life seems to be ruled by an imaginary pendulum, swinging back and forth between polarizing opposites. Of course there is a middle ground full of blurry grey lines throughout, but there always seems to be…



Behind The Build: Cal Auto Creations ’62 Chevy Bubbletop

In the custom automotive world, there are unique rides and then there are vehicles that make up a level and category all their own. Here at Slam’d Magazine, we like to think all of our feature rides…



Double Trouble: Time Traveling With BJ’s Bronco & Ranger

Rounding out Issue 10 and our Truck Special is this Time Traveling blue oval duo. When one mentions the phrase Time Traveling, what is your immediate response? For some, the thought brings excitement, interest,…



4Stunner Video Feature: Mark Ratkovic’s 1990 Toyota 4Runner

There is a time honored saying, something along the lines of, “good things come to those who wait.” We at Slam’d we have to respectfully disagree. In our language, the phrase more accurately translates to, “good things come to those who work hard for them.” For those who need to see…



Slaying A Fickle Creature: Landon Brown’s 1973 Datsun 620

The internet has helped turn the automotive hobby into quite a fickle creature these days. Owners vie for their 15 seconds of fame trying to score that “feature” on the million different regurgitated Instagram pages out…



Ocean’s Blue: Steven Bogue’s Gorgeous 1966 C-10 Build

Over the last few years, the Chevy C-10 has become increasingly popular as a platform for customs. This elegant and classic design is currently making waves across the truck scene and we’ve been privileged enough to see many beautiful examples (especially at this year’s



Killer Kryptonite: A Super-Hero Slaying GMC

Like it’s namesake Kryptonite, Matt Dower’s 1993 Sierra is capable of stopping the most seemingly super-trucks, dead in their tracks. A proper intro ought to mention that Matt’s Sierra can leap the competition in a single…