White Line Fever: An Interview

    Our club brother Matt (73Carlow) has been working on his 1973 Monte Carlo for the past ten years and has really done something special with it. Drawing from all corners of the custom car world, from Semi-Trucks to Hot Rods, Matt’s Monte Carlo is a perfect example of what happens when you take …

Fantabula

Car Craft, February 1963, pg. 29 There are no photo captions, only this text: The latest creation to leave the Star Kustom Shop is Fantabula, a sectioned ’58 Chevy Biscayne, sporting a wild double-bubble Lucite top. Winner of the Best Custom Sweepstakes at the recent NHRA Championship Show in Indy, the car is owned by …

Kat Von D’s ’51 Chevy

I’m not really a Kat Von D fan, she’s hot and all, but I dunno. Anyways, I just happened to be channel surfing the other night in my usual post-work lethargic state when something caught my eye… gold flake… dropped stance… dazzling chrome…2 hotties driving an old car… shit now you got my attention! It …

Aaron Lobato’s ’53

One of the best things about cars is they always have the ability to be changed, modified, and refined. If you build them right, making changes can be simple, while different builds may take a ton of effort to redirect from the original modifications. For Aaron Lobato, the changes to his car came after changes …

Meridel Rubenstein Photography

Peggy Martinez, Santa Cruz, NM 198064 Chevy “The symbol of the car at first was just a car to me, but it became a coffin, a boudoir, a phallus. The cars do this sexy hydraulic hopping. They have these plush velvet interiors and wonderful imagery on the outside. I put the color photographs into a …