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When I was at Spring Fest this year I noticed Marc’s Challenger and really like his attention to detail and unique execution. The Dodge Challenger looks mean to begin with, but you put a custom two-tone paint job, Speedlogix Hood, a 3″ Drop, some Oracle Halos, Viper Replica Wheels and… well you get the picture. One mean car gets even meaner.
Like many of my of my features, I snapped shots of Robert’s ride at a show (SpringFest 9) and connected with him on Instagram (@bagdmpr) after I posted a shot of his car. We chatted about his ride and he shared his story with me; his story isn’t unlike many others, it started with a craving for a ride, then morphed into an obsession.
I first saw this bold and bright 2nd Gen SRT8 Charger at the 9th annual Spring Festival of LXs (#SF9) and connected with Jonathan Webb through Instagram (@SRT8Frost). I really liked his car and had a chance to chat with him about his mods and his car’s journey to where it is today.
This car was very moving to me @ SEMA 2013; I am not usually crazy about airbrushing on cars in general because it is often a little overdone for my taste but this tribute car was different. The story that it tells of the wounded warriors, the 80 living Medal of Honor recipients and the men of honor that have given so much to protect Continue reading →
I’ve been a huge fan of Jon Sibal’s work since I first saw his renderings on Facebook years ago. When I saw his Challenger and was blown away; simple yet clean with a mashup of various styles in a modern American Musclecar. It doesn’t get much more Continue reading →