Freestyle Rides is one of those sleeping giants in the world of custom car publications that is on the verge of gaining a serious following. The Australian publication brands themselves as the ‘Automotive Lifestyle with Edge’ magazine and by looking at their featured rides, they totally live up to the name. As you see, we’ve highlighted their ‘King Kong Cuda’ which is a 1970 Plymouth Barracuda packin’ a 528 Hemi with 18/20″ Billet Specialties wheels and pretty much the best stance we’ve seen on a muscle car in a long time. Check out the full feature here for the King Kong Cuda.
We are constantly scouring the web in search for different types of custom car culture and outside of the states, Tokyo tends to be the first stop. We stumbled upon The Local Hero, a blog based in Tokyo that primarily features the lowrider culture. Lowriders have been imported into Tokyo for decades now and it seems the culture continues to grow out there. Make sure to check out The Local Hero, definitely worth following!
It’s been two months since the Gold Rush Rally concluded but fresh content from the rally continues to pour onto the web. Accapella Studio and Expoze.TV have dropped another teaser from the rally and it’s epic as expected. There will be an official full-length movie from the rally with a premiere at the SEMA Show 2011. In the meantime, enjoy the clip.. we did!
Fesler is a high-end restoration facility that specializes in custom builds for let’s be honest,
lucky wealthy clients. They have tons of 100k+ builds under their belt and this 1970 Nova is one of the best. This type of build is considered a ‘pro touring’ build which basically means in addition to the power upgrades, you could actually take this thing around a road course as well. Fesler added all the new school goodies we love to see in old cars such as a GM Performance LS7 crate motor, 6-piston Wilwood brakes and a completely revamped suspension system. Check out the rest of the pictures and write-up here!
All the cool kids are doin’ it! Seriously though, Tumblr is a great way to express yourself with images (for the most part) instead of 160 characters
like Twitter to show what you’re about, down with and aspire to be – and we love it. If you have a Tumblr, follow us and we’ll make sure to follow back. If you don’t, start here!