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2019 Texas Heatwave - Custom Rides

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Tuesday, 07 October 2014 00:00

Swift Car Club: Texas

Written by Kristie Bertucci Photos: Abel Perez
When you’re one of the nation’s most respected car clubs, it’s only natural that you expand into new territories and new cities. Swift Car Club first originated in Southern California, but its notoriety as having some of the hottest custom rides spread like wildfire throughout the country, with new chapters popping up not long after their vehicles started to take home “Best of Show” awards.

Back in 2010, two customization enthusiast friends in Texas became friends with Swift members in Los Angeles, CA through MySpace and eventually the discussion about the possibility of a Texas chapter arose. “The Texas’ car show scene really needed to step up their game,” explains Beto, founding member of the Texas chapters and head council member. “You’d go to shows and see nothing but practically stock rides. And most magazine features were all about clubs from Cali or Florida. We wanted to change that so we decided to form Swift TX. So far, we’ve been doing well and when you go to a car show in Texas, you can really see the difference and the increase in competition. We like to think we helped bring that to Texas.”

With only two interested Texas recruits, their first car show as Swift’s potential out-of-state extension was at the Houston stop of the 2010 DUB Show Tour. Cali members traveled down to meet the new additions, and by the end of the show, they had already recruited enough members to start their first official Houston chapter. “Now, we have around 80 members all around Texas, including Houston, Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, Corpus Christi, Laredo, Eagle Pass and West Texas,” Beto says. “We want to have members from all over the State. As of right now, we are really happy with our current members since they’re all really motivated and dedicated to the club’s goals. Even though we have lost a few members over the years, we’ve gained even better ones at the end of the day.”

Club rules and regulations are the same as the chapters’ in California like making themselves available for meetings and car shows, paying dues and owning a vehicle that has at least three custom modifications. “But most important is that new recruits have the right attitude, are respectable and will be loyal to the club,” Beto mentions. “We separate the real from the fake, and if you’re fake, we don’t want you.” As one of the highly sought after clubs in the Texas, Beto gets numerous messages daily from people inquiring about the club’s recruitment after admiring the chapter’s rides on social media channels like Facebook and Instagram. And just like their Cali brethren, Swift TX knows how to break necks at car shows, racking up numerous trophies at shows all over the state, in addition to having members’ show cars featured on magazine covers and in music videos for Texas artists like Paul Wall and Slim Thug.

“Our club differs from other clubs because we have different styles of cars – from lifted trucks to bagged Lowriders, Euros and more. We have cars with wild paint jobs, some who like it classy and refined to widebody muscle cars and everything in between. We want to have it all to keep the club growing strong and winning trophies.” Always looking to evolve and grow their club, Swift TX wants to stay on top of the car customization game in the Lone Star State. This is achieved by adding more members with award-winning customs and always working on their current selection so that they’re bigger and better as a club for each new show season. “Many clubs have traveled from other States to try to take our title, but we remain the best car club in Texas. We run the Texas DUB scene!”


2006 Harley-Davidson Softail Deluxe
Owner: Emil Armendariz
Rob’s Deluxe
Wheels: Ridewright
Tires: Avon 26” rear 21” front
Paint: House of Kolor Kandy Pink with silver leafing, pinstriping, flakes and airbrushing by Debonair FX (Humble, TX)
Engine: Twin Cam 88
Exhaust: Samson True Dual Cholo Longtail exhaust system
Seat: Custom Stingray by Stoney Paul

2011 Harley-Davidson Street Glide CVO aka Javier’s Screamin’ Eagle
Owner: Emil Armendariz
Javier’s Screamin’ Eagle
Wheels: Black Widow
Tires: VTires 16” rear 23” front
Paint: House of Kolor Kandy Cobalt Blue with graphics, flakes, pinstriping and airbrushing by Debonair FX (Humble, TX)
Engine: 110 Screamin Eagle
Seat: Roberti Seats
Body: Front fender 23” H06 Pro

1999 Harley-Davidson Road King
Owner: Emil Armendariz
Wheels: Ridewrightt 16” and 21” wire wheels
Tires: Avon white walls
Paint: American Flag red, white and blue using House of Kolor Kandy Red, Kandy Blue and Pearl White, Airbrush on bags include “Ground Zero” image and “Vietnam Wall” image
Engine: Twin Cam 88
Exhaust: Dual fishtail exhaust
Suspension: Arnott Air Suspension
Audio: JL Audio amp, iPod head unit, four Rockford Fosgate 6x9 speakers, Rockford Fosgate 1” tweeters

2010 Dodge Challenger

Owner: Biwar Islam - Arlington, TX
Performance: 3.6L V6, K&N cold air intake, Magnaflow exhaust system, custom-painted engine cover, performance chip
Exterior: House of Kolors silver based Kandy Apple Red, custom grille
Interior: Custom black and red ostrich with hydro-dipped plastic, custom dash with built-in iPad
Audio: Complete Rockford Fosgate audio system with three 12" P3 subwoofers with a 3000W amplifier and one for mids and highs with a custom fiberglass enclosure
Wheels: 28x9 Forgiato Inferno wheels
Tires: 325/35R28 Lionhart tires

2006 Ford F-150

Owner: Lin King
Performance: Kinetik 2400, Roush cold air intake, color-matched and airbrushed plastic covers, Flowmaster exhaust system
Exterior: Smokestone with pearl gold paint, silverleafing and pinstriping, murals done by Ghost (Dallas, TX), Tiarra Grille with built-in LEDs with engraved wings, engraved door handles, wipers and antenna
Audio: JVC headunit, Amp 3 Kicker ix1000.1 powering three Kicker 3 solobaric 12L7, two Kicker ix500.4 powering 4 qs6.5 components with all Kicker power wire and rca's and 4 Kinetik batteries
In Car Entertainment: Two 21"screens on back window, one 10" screen on front window onboard display, three 7" screens on headliner
Wheels: 28x9.5 2crave No.4
Tires: 295/25R28 Lexani tires
Suspension: Custom retractable Airbag set up by USA Motorsports, 2 Viair compressors with two stainless tanks
Interior: Leather and suede interior doors, headliner, dash, pillars with diamond stitching, center console amp rack, painted and leafed inserts
Bed: Three Kicker solobaric with two Kinetik batteries with a small tequila rack

1969 Chevy Camaro

Owner: Oscar “Oz” Ramirez
Performance: Zink Disc Brake System, Flowmaster exhaust
Exterior: Halogen headlights, billet LED brake lights, custom red garnet with pearl paint
Audio: Kenwood audio system
Wheels: Foose
Tires: Nitto
Suspension: Air ride suspension
Interior: Tan leather and wood grain billet steering wheel

2004 Hummer H2

Owner: Christopher Mendoza
Performance: Flowmaster 40
Exterior: Full white out paint with sponge effect done by Pablo with degree576 pinstriping (Austin, TX), Tiara front and side grille, LED lights inside the wheels Audio: Kenwood double-din headunit, four Kicker 1000/1 amps, MB Quart speakers, four Kicker L7 subs, custom fiberglass box with iPad dash that’s hydro-dipped with skulls, four 13” headrest TVs
Wheels: Lexani Lust
Tires: Lexani Thirty 305/35R32
Suspension: 2/3 DJM Drop package
Interior: Custom diamond suede inserts with black leather surrounds

1999 Honda Civic

Owner: Randy Franzetti
Performance: 1.6 SOHC vTrec engine, Blackworks Racing brakes, cold air intake, headers, Apexi full exhaust, powder coated engine
Exterior: House of Kolor Kandy Marine Blue, silverleafing and pinstriping, carbon fiber hood, partial chrome undercarriage, chromed and engraved custom grille and fender inserts
Audio: Pioneer deck 2 JL audio 1000/1, 1 JL audio 350/4 , 2 JL audio W7 13's 2 kinetic 2400 battery's ,14 JL audio highs and mids 4 T-view monitors
Wheels: Lexani Black Label R6 18” wheels
Suspension: Custom suspension by Blackworks Racing with airlift
Interior: Full fiberglass interior trunk, motorized trunk, custom BMW M3 seats