SP Rides: A Necessary Evil

September 19, 2014

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.

SP Rides: Oh, Sweet Gia

September 5, 2014

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.

SP Rides: The Copperhead Z

August 29, 2014

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.

SP Rides: Chuck’s Big, Bad Truck

August 22, 2014

“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,”

SP Rides: The Hot Hatchback

August 15, 2014

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.

SP Rides: Sold on the Sienna

August 8, 2014

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.

SP Rides: The Sunburst Sled

August 1, 2014

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.

SP Rides: Prowlin’ the Streets

July 25, 2014

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.

SP Rides: To Infiniti and Beyond

July 18, 2014

David purchased this Diamond Graphite G35 while serving as a marine and stationed stateside. He completed the majority of his performance modifications in California, determined to ensure that the coupe was both reliable and survivable.