SP Rides: The Blessing
Mac had never, ever done an engine swap before…but that’s what it took. It was nerve-wracking to say the least.
SP Rides: Racing Rocket
While growing up in high school, Ryan Schuman’s first encounter as an enthusiast was with his friend’s 2006 STi. Every day after school, he’d spend cruising with his two best friends in that car.
SP Rides: Absolute Perfection
Jeremy Turner’s first experience as a young enthusiast was during his mid-20s after acquiring a 1967 Chevy Nova. It was bored out 30 over and it was beautiful. It was at this time that Turner fell in love with the American muscle car.
SP Rides: Street Fighter
Growing up, Brandon Latun was a hardcore off road truck enthusiast who dabbled a little in dirt bikes as well. Fast forward to today, and he’s sitting behind what is essentially a domestic attack fighter, built for high-speed engagements.
SP Rides: That Crazy Hypnotoad
Three years ago, this 2014 Nissan Juke NISMO RS looked totally different. Thanks to its unique stock exterior, it was fairly froggy, yet covered in pitch black and unassuming.
SP Rides: Grandpa’s Little Angel
In many ways, enthusiast vehicles can represent something greater than the machinery that they’re made of. For some, they are something more, an ideal or vision, or a remembrance for example. In this case, this 2005 Suzuki Hayabusa represents loss and healing for a grandfather whose family means everything.
SP Rides: Sweet Like Candy
Since a young age, Arvee Haduca, has been a bit of a mix. Growing up around an uncle who was into Vdubs, she had a knack for walking into a toy store and then walking out with both a Barbie and a Hot Wheels.
SP Rides: Absolutely Classic
Sometimes a tribute can mean just as much as the original…at least to Jarrod Silcox, the owner of this incredible 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS Yenko. Although it’s not a real Yenko Super Camaro, it’s essentially in-line with the spirit and a perfect example of a man who knows what he wants in a car.
SP Rides: The Flyin’ Falcon
Like many classic car enthusiasts, Roy Holmes was practically born into it. His father did it all…drag racing, mechanic, welder. He was one of the first in Norwalk, Ohio to go 8 or 9 seconds in a Camaro with all drum brakes.