Rides

When it comes to building cars for competition there is always someone out there ahead of the game. So what do you do? Purchase one of the hottest cars on the market and build it to get respect and make it stand out from the rest. That was the case with the ow

lifestyle

When it comes to playin’ around, master modeler Mike Tellez just won’t grow up. On second thought, if Mike did get all grouchy, old and gray, we wouldn’t be able to experience his charming personality… doh! Now Mike here is a bad dude to say the least, and t

Rides

Bill Dermond of Road Surfer Customs in Sacramento, California, is known in the industry as a mover and thinker. So when he was reading a recent article in the SEMA News about the “Dub Culture” and how its affect on the car industry is ever expanding, he knew that he needed to make a statement. At th

Tech & How-To

As we move closer to the completion of our “Project Altima,” it’s time to turn the Nissan’s plain maroon exterior into a candy coated work art. If you’re a regular LRE reader you will recall the beautiful renderings of the finished car, drawn by Hot Wheels des

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