Street Pulse Rides is known for presenting some of the best modified vehicles on the island — a true variety of classics, hot rods, domestics, euros, imports, bikes and more.
The family that builds together stays together. It’s as simple as that for the Choos, who are always looking to take a set of wheels to the next level.
Joel Uganiza is an automotive technician by trade and has been one since age 17. Now 37, he’s reached the point where his years in the automotive scene have allowed him to build this monstrous 2007 Subaru STi.
It’s always a pleasure to photograph the legendary Toyota Supra. It’s even better when you’ve got your lens pointed at a Supra on the level of Jon Migia’s 1993 model.
Sleek. Sexy. Black. Mean. All of these words can be used to describe Steve Choo’s 2006 BMW 6 Series.
Fe happened to be looking for a new car while Derek was searching for a way out of the Honda street scene. Then, along came this 2004 Mazda MAZDA6 and an interesting arrangement had to be struck between these partners for life.
Why stop a good thing? That’s the question you have to ask Richard Dzao when it comes to his 2001 Honda Accord.
The EJ20, affectionately known as “mango” because of the body’s resemblance to the fruit, was the second-best selling car in the world at one time.
In describing how his 1949 Mercury Coupe came to be, owner Rocky Dias has a simple explanation: “I don’t know what to do, but I know what I want.”
Everybody knows someone who can’t leave well enough alone. Matthew Pasion is that someone, and tinkering is what he loves doing. He’s owned a handful of vehicles, including minitrucks, BMWs, a Lexus and a Chrysler SRT8, and every single one of them has been modified.