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Oct 30, 2014

Photography By: Garrett Church

Words By: Josh Wilson

Misfit Delivery – Deron Nicholson’s Laid Out ’59 Metro

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Normally when you think of a delivery truck, you think of a big brown UPS truck with the driver hopping out and running to the door like he’s carrying a box of condoms and his girl just texted him that her parents aren’t home. Deron “Sugar” Nicholson’s ’59 International Harvester Metro is far from your everyday UPS truck but it still may require that box of condoms to handle the pure sex appeal that his laid out Metro displays in full spades.

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Apr 30, 2014

Photography By: Zandro Zafra

Words By: Josh Wilson

Preservation of Beauty: Ryan Romaine’s Timeless Datsun 610 Bluebird-U SSS-E

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Being a vintage car owner myself, builds that pop up involving anything pre-80s always manage to grab my attention. When Cristian first showed me pictures of Ryan’s Datsun I was blown away because for one it was a chassis that you rarely see, but also that this was a car that had been preserved with exquisite precision. The model that spans across your screen is a 1974 Datsun 610 Bluebird-U SSS-E which Ryan and his wife have carefully nurtured back to its showroom condition and have also extensively documented this unique piece of vintage car history.

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Apr 15, 2014

Photography By: Jonathan DeHate, Josh Taylor, Sean Tierney

Words By: Josh Wilson

Rebelling Against Tradition: Matt Waln’s Handcrafted Harley-Davidson

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Having the chance to grow up around motorcycles and more specifically Harley-Davidsons, I’ve managed to get the gist of your typical Harley – chrome, flames and HD plastered on every surface. Now I know this doesn’t include every Harley on the roads these days but finding one is kind of like coming across a Honda owned by someone that has seen The Fast and The Furious a few too many times. Everywhere. But every once in a while I manage to stumble upon a Harley that makes me do a double-take, leaves me thinking now that is how a bike should look. Matt Waln’s take on Harley Davidson’s Sportster 883 makes you dream of a world where this would be your typical bike… but then again Matt doesn’t do typical.

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Apr 12, 2014

Photography By: Lunchbox PhotoWorks

Words By: Josh Wilson

High School Sweethearts: Jim Spear’s Beautiful ’56 Ford F100

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Finding that model that you become entranced with is a lot like finding your first love; the obsessing, the heavy-petting, and the heartache when you’re apart. For some they take years to find their true love while others are lucky enough to find their automotive match in their early years. Jim Spear found himself in high school when he found his, a ’56 Ford F100, and the clean lines and voluptuous fenders left him pining for one of his own.

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Mar 30, 2014

Photography By: Derrick Mance

Words By: Josh Wilson

A Menace to Society: Scott Waracka’s Drift Inspired S13

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Society sees car enthusiasts as misfits and trouble-makers as they constantly smear our community due to street racing, drifting on public roads and car meets that get out of hand. When you think that they would want enthusiasts to seek out safely sanctioned events on closed tracks they have instead worked to close our sanctuaries, and some have even been torn down in place of more “community beneficial” facilities slowly trying to kill our beloved car community.

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Mar 18, 2014

Photography By: Some Guy Photography

Words By: Josh Wilson

Bobbin’ Triumphantly – John Daikus’ Triumph Bobber

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The motorcycle, for decades, has been the epitome of cool, its Steve McQueen, its Marlon Brando, its Peter Fonda, and its James-Fucking-Dean.  No matter the decade they have always brought that badass factor to any person that rides them. It was never because they were flashy but instead because they flaunted a simplistic beauty and installed the ideal of that ever-desired freedom.

Bobber and Café style bikes truly embrace that simplicity because they have never been about adding parts like their automotive kin but instead they are all about stripping down a bike to the bare necessities. They aren’t about performance but instead about riding with style and those moments of enjoyment on a beautiful day when the wind can flow through your being and help you escape the daily stresses that life can bring us.

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Dec 11, 2013

Photography By: Antoine Spignardo

Words By: Josh Wilson

Pleading the Fifth: Kacper Krajewski’s Hammered M Coupe

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When it comes to limited production or classic cars some, which quickly get labeled as “purists”, have ideals of just who should be lucky enough to be the next owner of their pride and joy. They judge every word and action that the potential buyer produces and more critically then a hiring manager for a job. As a buyer, sometimes we try to tell these sellers what they want to hear as they hold the keys to our dream cars, ones that you hunt for months for. Guys like Kacper Krajewski know this strategic battle all too well after he went hunting for the perfect BMW M Coupe.

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Dec 5, 2013

Photography By: Matt Best

Words By: Josh Wilson

Love Letter to a Legend: Ryan Fuller’s Ground Hugging BMW E30

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Through my upbringing and even still today with the addition of in-laws and friends, I’ve had the chance to experience a wide array of vehicles and all the different styles that come with them. One of the highlights that I’ve gotten to experience is the period where I owned a neglected 1987 BMW E30. The E30 community has always been one that I come back to no matter what I own because even though they have become quite common in the car scene, they seem to be a catalyst for self-expression. The chassis manages to perfectly blend old-school styling with new-school drive-ability. For this reason, it sits upon a large group of enthusiasts “future cars to own” lists and haunts the ones that have moved on to other projects. It’s a chassis that is a true enthusiast’s car because no matter your method of use, the E30 is a chassis that brings out a passion and puts a smile on your face.

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Sep 8, 2013

Photography By: Derrick Mance

Words By: Josh Wilson

Born and Bred: Al Ramiscal’s Monumental Toyota Corolla GT-S Kouki

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For some, we are raised to eat, sleep and breathe a select manufacture. Usually a father, relative or family friend raise us with this, mashing our heads full of knowledge and breaking down each generation. For Al Ramiscal, it was all about Toyotas from the young age of four when he began to spend time with his uncle who was infected with a love for 72-74 Corollas aka Mangos. From this moment on, Al too would be entranced with the Corolla chassis back in its glory days before its demise to the bland economic sedan it is today.

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Aug 29, 2013

Photography By: Mark Anthony

Words By: Josh Wilson

Giving in to the Madness: James Schwartz’s Scion FR-S

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When you think of getting a new car, thoughts of parking in the nose bleed section and punching someone’s lights out if they dare scratch or ding your new pride and joy come to mind. But then there are those who have an itch, one they can only try to contain which usually is a losing battle. Soon after they are changing out parts and modifying their new chassis to reflect their own tastes and personality. James Schwartz is one of those with that inability to just leave a car alone and when the keys to his FR-S fell into his hands, ideas were already formulating like a mad scientist.

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