Alex Ngyuen knows his rides. Since he was 18, Ngyuen has owned a limited selection of modified rides that includes a ’97 Honda Civic and the classic ’89 VW GTi. Over time, he’s garnered an appreciation for the VIP scene and traded it all in for this 2003 Lexus GS300.
The Lexus IS F is a special breed of sports sedan, one that spearheaded Lexus’ push into the high-performance market alongside industry stalwarts such as AMG and BWM’s M division. Up until its release, Lexus was known more for a slightly more reserved luxury brand.
At 34 years of age, Richard Goles has had a chance to enjoy several different genres of the automotive world. Like many, the first Fast & Furious movie introduced him to the world of modifying and has since provided him with years of enjoyment.
At first glance, you might think that Zachary White is simply a domestic car enthusiast, but his first ride was in fact the stalwart 1989 Nissan 240SX and his collection of automobiles has included a scrappy CRX, motorcycles and lowered trucks.
Remy Fukumoto is what I would call a hardcore car enthusiast. First of all, she’s an avid SCCA autocrosser who competes regularly with other slalom fans. Second, she’s been getting her hands greasy with Hondas ever since her brother, Aaron, nabbed a Honda Civic (the first of many) for her.
The Honda Prelude is one of those memorable import cars that have stood out for as long as it’s been around. And even though the ever-affordable and super-accessible Civic has been a popular choice for many, the Prelude has certainly won over its share of fans.
Bad weather can be a nuisance to owners of a fully modified ride. Many, in fact, balk at the idea of allowing even a single drop of rain to fall on their pristine canvases.
Garrett Perreira has been a low-rider lover for quite some time, even before high school. Never one to show interest in racing or muscle cars, he’s always preferred the rides that go low and slow. His first car, in fact, was a cut-coil ’84 Buick Regal that he slowly transformed into a proper low-slung machine.
As far back as he can remember, Richard Carvalho has been fabricating automobiles. Growing up, in fact, he would spend hours helping his dad (whose 1932 Roadster was featured in StreetPulse four years ago) on cars while learning everything he could about how they’re put together.
Tevin Agena is a professional gamer who has racked up $10,000 in prize money in his off time. The 24-year-old also bought his first ride and since then, he’s become the proud owner of 36 other rides. Among his fleet are Hondas (both N/A and turbo’d), SRT-4s, GTis, turbo’d 240SXs and a Celica GT. Not bad at all.