EXPLORING THE POSSIBILITIES
Check it out: This is one of the finest SUVs in Cali. It rolls with heavy-duty sounds, an air-adjustable stance, and a custom interior to die for
Beyond clean, this desert cruiser from Phoenix sets a new standard for clean and shaved rides. We dare you to find a cleaner Hardbody anywhere
Jimmy Agnello's van has graced the midwestern show scene for the past five years and is finally ready for the world
Michael Sgro's '95 Civic sports incredible graphics, a swapped motor from a Del Sol, and is taking Texas and the Midwest home with him in the form of show trophies
This Michigan-based '94 Ranger rolls with Negative Camber. The owner, Jason Lashlee, adjusts his ride using Red Hydraulics and an attitude for cruisin'
Build a subwoofer enclosure the right way with tips from The Ultimate Image in Covina, California
Get the hookup on installing any amplifier into your truck with help from The Ultimate Image and Audiobahn
Using the finest product known the world over from Select Products, we'll demonstrate the newest ways to rid your mini of those annoying rattles and vibrations when the bass drops
So your ride was broken into and the stereo was stolen. Life's not over because you have Mini Truckin' on your side
Midnight Fantasies threw the 9th Annual Lakefront Tour at the Lake Charles Civic Center in Louisiana this past September, and it rocked
FIRST ANNUAL SEVERED TIES SO CAL SHOW
Severed Ties puts on its own one-day event in the heart of the Inland Empire. See ST at its best in Colton, California
The 2001 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas had plenty to offer those who were there to see what was in store for mobile electronics afficionados. Check out the coolest items here
THE SCRUB LINE
The Construction Zone
Life in the Phat Lane
On the Cover: Starting...
On the Cover:
Starting on page 50, check out Cory Brown's killer Nissan King Cab made even more awesome by Michelle Latiolais standing seductively nearby. For more on Michelle, check out Up Close on page 54. Photo credits for this month's cover go to Wes Allison.