This 40-year-old Ferrari 308 GTB undergoes its Liberty Walk widebody conversion at Boden Autohaus. It’s sure to aggravate the Italian marque’s faithful.
In an age where visual noise saturates every facet of our lives, the SEMA Show not only embellishes the excess, but also single-handedly shapes the upcoming year of modification trends under its roofs. Through all of the noise, I’ve found I can always narrow down a select group of standouts.
In years past, time attack entrants used reliable cars that were able to spend days circling a track in the quest of the driver’s cleanest and fastest lap. However, those days have passed, and now one lap on the edge is all it takes to eclipse the all-important event victory or circuit record.
Gathering an excess of 180,000 manufacturers, buyers, and other assorted industry personnel in one place, the 51st anniversary of the SEMA Show was the biggest and best yet. My Vans and adidas traversed more than nine miles each day of the event to bring you the highlights.
The Queen Mary hosted the hottest sport compact machines in SoCal for the 2017 edition of Wekfest Long Beach. Luke Munnell captured some of the 400+ cars on display with some of the industry’s freshest trends.
“Space: The final frontier, where no man has gone before.” Drew Evans’ admiration for the great unknown made him take this saying and transfer it into his 2013 Infiniti G37XS sedan, as he boldly ventured into a vision of modifications that no man had attempted before.
Tokyo Auto Salon is one of the – if not the – world’s largest and most innovative tuning festivals, and Front Street is on-site bringing you the automotive visual stimulation you crave. Check out Part 1 of our coverage!
The automotive trade show that trumps them all, the Specialty Equipment Market Association Show, gathers the automotive aftermarket’s industry leaders in Sin City for a week-long extravaganza of automotive bliss. Follow along as we walk you through our favorites from the famed SEMA Show.
The East Coast gets a bad reputation for questionably modified vehicles that come out of this side of the country. The annual Wekfest tour stop in Edison, New Jersey gives the right coast a time to shine with tastefully modified machines.
Formula Drift competitors can be split into two groups – the ones who have won the coveted championship and those who have yet to do so. Three former champions took advantage of the optimal conditions in Atlanta and filled the podium, shutting out the challengers. More here!