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Jeremy Alan Glover

Oct 23, 2013

Photography By: Jeremy Alan Glover

Words By: Morgan Wilson

Canadian Five Banger: Julien DuPont’s Creamy & Bagged MK6 Golf


Having owned three Volkswagens it’s to no surprise that this will be my favorite write up to date since joining the Canibeat team. There comes a point in every car enthusiast’s life when they have to make the decision on which route they will take in purchasing a car and building it. Some go JDM, some go Euro, some go VIP, some choose a little bit of everything in between. The Volkswagen scene consists of die hard fans that love nothing more than putting their best work out there and making a name for themselves with hours of blood, sweat, and tears in the garage and behind the wrench. The options appear to be endless when constructing a vehicle from square one, but standing out is a task all on its own and if you don’t go above and beyond the call of duty you will be overlooked.

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Sep 22, 2012

Photography By: Jeremy Alan Glover

Words By: Danny Rice

Pursuit of Perfection: Roman G’s Evolving Mk5 Jetta

bagged MK5 Jetta

We all either know the type or maybe you ARE the type: the person who’s never satisfied. These tormented souls are usually characterized by ongoing projects that last half a decade, always changing things right after they just changed them, tearing down their car again once they get it running, or always discussing how unhappy they are with the car even though it may be on the cover of a current publication. Some consider it obsessive while others consider it a sickness. Searching for satisfaction and perfection is like a quest for the Holy Grail (and we all know how that ended from Indiana Jones) but no amount of sleepless nights in the garage or maxed out credit cards can deter them from their dream.

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Jul 9, 2012

Photography By: Jeremy Alan Glover

Words By: Jeremy Alan Glover

A Look Back: Eurokracy 2012 (Montreal, Canada)

Eurokracy 2012

The 2012 Edition of Eurokracy took place over the weekend of June 23rd at the Autodrome St Eustache Race Track just outside of Montreal. Last year was the first year of the Canadian Euro show and sadly, it poured rain during the entire event but even with the rain, the event was an overwhelming success. Luckily this year, show go-ers were greeted with beautiful weather and the amount of cars that showed up was well over what was expected.

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Jun 26, 2012

Photography By: Jeremy Alan Glover

Words By: Mike Montgomery

Built to Perform: Shane Cabral’s Corner Loving Mazda Miata


Through the years I have seen loads of builds some favoring form and while others went for function. There are car enthusiasts across the globe that would rather have form over function. Well Shane Cabral, the owner of this sick Miata, would have to disagree and show people why they should choose function over form for themselves.

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Feb 27, 2012

Videography By: AirSociety

Words By: AirSociety

Canibeat X AirSociety X Fast Wheels: Whiteout (Video)

Winter in Montreal can be brutal. We’ve been known to brave -30°C (-22°F) temperatures with blistering winds and snow so icy it stings your eyes. This harsh world we live in is a perfect environment to test what Tyler Williams’ bagged 2011 Subaru STi is made of.

Feb 4, 2012

Photography By: Jeremy Alan Glover

Words By: Kyle Crawford

They Call It Murder: DeeSan’s 350Z Snowplow

slammed 350z

Winter is upon us, and the decision of what to drive throughout the inclement weather is drawing near. Do you go the reliable route with something large, heavy, truck-like? Or keep it subtle yet aggressive with one of the many turbo/AWD contenders on the market? David Charland (or “DeeSan”) had a completely different idea altogether; a 350Z!?

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Dec 13, 2011

Photography By: Jeremy Alan Glover

Words By: Andy Carter

Rogue Shadow: Tyler Williams’ Ground Breaking Subaru STi

bagged sti

2011 has been a dynamic year for our scene. I’d like to think that if 2009 and 2010 were the years that the Stance scene exploded, this past year was its period of maturation. The builds are more complex, the projects are more varied, and each region (whether in the states or around the world) has developed its own unique style. Whether its the over-the-top VIP builds of Japan, the OEM+ Euro builds of the American Northeast, or the unbelievable Hondas of California, each of the major players have reached levels of style that haven’t really been explored in the import scene before. Additionally, as the scene has matured, many have been wise to explore the roots of lowliness in hot rods and rat rods, and even ventured outside our normal comfort zone into domestic pro-touring cars and West Coast low riders. All that to say, 2011 has been a year about promoting inclusion. Stance, it seems, has graduated from the bastard child of the forums, to an accepted (tolerated?) subset of modern automotive culture. It seems that even a seasoned track nut can finally look at a fitted car and admit that it at least looks cool.

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Oct 24, 2011

Photography By: Jeremy Alan Glover

Words By: Josh Wilson

Bagged Cobra: Ruffling Feathers

bagged Cobra

Normally you see a multitude of imports not only on Canibeat, but on pretty much every site you come across these days. No matter where in the globe the chassis calls home, they rarely wear a badge from the states. Philip’s Mustang Cobra isn’t your typical pony-car though as it features something that you usually come across in the import world – an air suspension. That set up leaves it in a position that most of the muscle cars rarely see; sitting in the crossfire between the never ending domestic versus import war.

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Aug 12, 2011

Photography By: Jeremy Alan Glover

Words By: Andy Carter

VIP Lexus GS350: Budget Beater

Lexus GS350 VIP

Daniel Rosen is a self-admitted Porsche man. His previous project, a Fatlace featured 997 slammed on Forged wheels, was a great example of what’s possible within the “stance” world with enough vision, hard work, and liquid capital. Seeing a true performance machine with the imposing presence that 12″ wide concave wheels command brings out a kind of childish glee, harkening back to the early days of fantasy hot wheels and book fair posters with a robot unicorn driving a Countach in some epic lightning storm. Nevertheless, as you would imagine, stancing supercars isn’t cheap. Daniel Rosen admits, “… I have been driving Porsches for the last few years and decided to spend my money more wisely (bought a house) so I picked up the GS, and the build snowballed from there . . . it is still is a huge savings over my last cars.” This Lexus GS350 AWD is Daniel’s budget car; his budget beater. Read More