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Dick DeLoach

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Tech & How-To

One of the first things that we wanted to do to our 2003 “Project Altima” was give it an altitude adjustment by adding an airbag suspension and Firestone Industrial’s new IntelliRide automatic electronic leveling system. However, we soon found out that no one

lifestyle

Almost two-dozen Latin airbrush maestros gathered at the 2002 Lowrider Nationals in Bakersfield, California, for the 2002 Latin Airbrush Artist’s Reunion. “Last December I got a call from [Lowrider Nationals promoter] Joseph Mendez saying he had seen the write

Rides

Everyone knows that it takes more than money to build a custom lowrider. It also takes talent, time and a lot of love. In the case of 24-year-old Greg DeAlba of Pomona, California, who spent a year and a half–the first time around–turning this fine ’58 Chevr

Rides

Last year we featured Sony Mobile Electronics’ “Beyond Cool” 2001 Ford Focus project car (August/September ’03). We thought they’d gone as far as possible with that car–then we saw this 2002 Lexus IS 300 in Sony’s booth at the 2003 Consumer Electronics Show (featured in April/May ’03) and changed o

Tech & How-To

It’s been a while since we’ve shown you anything on our “Project Low Rod” ’65 Buick Riviera. That’s because after discussions with several sources, the owner of the car decided to back up, take a different path and basically start over. For one thing, it no lo

Events & Auto Shows

In September of 1997, well-known lowrider lover, car show producer and co-owner of RC Entertainment, Robert “Zeuss” Clausell, lost his battle with a fatal illness at only 31 years of age. His widely publicized funeral brought out dozens of Southern California

Events & Auto Shows

The L.A. County Fairplex in Pomona, California, was the place to be when Positive Entertainment presented the Extreme TunerFest 2002 Car Show & Automotive Lifestyle Expo in conjunction with the Mazda NHRA Sport Compact World Finals sponsored by Summit Racing a

Tech & How-To

We’ve noticed that the redesigned ’99 to 2002 Mercury Cougar has gained in popularity among Euro enthusiasts around the country. That’s no doubt why respected automotive aerodynamics manufacturer Aerogear (Hayward, California) chose to design a complete Millen

Tech & How-To

Driveshaft surprises are part of every hydraulics project. A classic Chevrolet car or truck has a driveshaft that’s as much as 40 years old, so everything from vibrations to ring and pinion gear problems can occur. However, thanks to the driveline specialists

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