A METHOD TO THE MADNESS: INSIDE KOENIGSEGG
PApril 3, 2013
“What do you want to be when you grow up?” It’s a question we’re all faced with at some point
POctober 10, 2012
Ask anyone who knows anything about drifting and there’s little chance they won’t recognize the name MadMike, or one of his world-renowned Mazda drift machines. But what about the guy behind the name? Last weekend I spent a day out at Mike’s workshop shooting a feature on his reloaded BADBUL RX-8, so thought I’d use the opportunity to take a look inside his compound and give you a glimpse into the day-to-day life of MadMike Whiddett.
PSeptember 14, 2012
I certainly hope you guys have been enjoying Keith’s detailed story behind the build of his amazing Kaiser Kustom project as much as I have.
Here’s Keith now with another more post to continue this inspiring tale.
PAugust 27, 2012
Each time I look through the cars and builds that have rolled through our #FeatureThis program, I am more and more amazed. It’s a true global pool of amazing machinery, and after looking at the submissions I always end up with a huge smile on my face. Cars like this 1969 Opel Commodore are very much a reason for that smile.
PAugust 22, 2012
Today we have the first of a very special series of guest blogs from Keith Charvonia of Phoenix, Arizona who has created a rather amazing custom project . It’s part 1951 Kaiser, part Chevy Caprice cop car, and fully awesome. Take it away Keith!
Every great idea starts with a little spark, and as a designer I live by these words. The spark for this project came while watching Monster Garage with my college roommates. It was the episode where Jesse James recruited a crew of old school builders to customize a ’54 Chevy. I didn’t know who any of the legends were, but I knew that car was badass. And not in a ’57 Chevy or ’32 Ford generic kind of badass either. It was unique, and the proportions just made me want to build my own.
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