One of the great joys of this gig is meeting people who are still very much into the cars they first experienced as teenagers. Louis Faulkner is such a person. Now a spry 73 years of age, Louis has a sense of history about him.
Something wicked comes your way when laying eyes on this chopped-top 1936 Ford Pickup Street Rod — a tricked-out, horror-detailed vehicle owned by Michelle Nishimura.
The world of custom choppers is huge, with custom shops located throughout the Continental U.S. and all vying to cement a name for themselves.
Since purchasing his first car in 2011, he’s gone full bore into the hobby, amassing a small collection of rides many of us would be happy to have.
Turns out this week’s cover subject, Thomas Parker, had the same affections as well. His addiction to Hot Wheels grew and eventually turned into a love of real cars.
“Coming into the Navy, I really wanted to get out and see the world. But (I knew that if) I left the Navy, I wanted to take something home with me and that was a nice truck,”
Recognizable by its ample storage space and a sporty performance-minded nature, the hot hatch has become one of the best introductory vehicles to the modding scene in recent history.
It’s not often you see a Toyota Sienna that’s dropped and slammed. The majority of the time, this van is being used as a taxi for Hawaii’s tourism industry or as an everyday grocery getter.
Alan Yee has been fascinated by the automotive trade since he was a young boy. He spent his formative years learning the ins and outs of mechanics from his uncle and mentor.
To say that Michael Hinkle is a lover of all things with wheels is a bit of an understatement. His first introduction to wheeled machinery was at an early age in West Virginia, where he rode up a hill on the side of a tractor.