When you hit rap superstar status, your garage better reflect your bank account. Young Dolph didn’t waste any time with his fleet and made sure to one-up everyone else in the game with a custom camo collection that welcomes envious stares.
Louie Villa of Bagger Kings, Inc. in Phoenix, AZ, has been into bagged customs since forever, stating it all started when he was a teenager growing up in an era where fixed-up rides cruised the boulevards and broke the necks of bystanders.
Many car guys start out the same way. As teenagers, they fantasize about owning a 200-mph exotic, pouring over YouTube videos, pictures, and articles of their favorite supercar.
When you’re at the top of your game, the only thing you can do is evolve into a better version of yourself. Such was the case for Orlando-based luxury auto sales and customization shop Ultimate Auto. As a well known player in the customization scene, a glance at their Instagram page immediately showcases their talent and expertise.
There is an old adage that comes from boxing that goes, “A great big man will always beat a great little man.” In MMA, too many fighters take this saying to absurd lengths, cutting enormous amounts of weight for weigh-ins and then gaining it all back to fight the following evening.
When a regular off-road custom just won’t do, those with a flexible bank account can drop $178K on the Rezvani TANK, the company’s “Xtreme Utility Vehicle” that’s cut from the same cloth as other military-grade vehicles.
Anyone who was a fan of the import scene in the early 1990s and 2000s might recall the Black Widow series of body kits by Ground Designs 2000, owned by Ivan Tampi, which adorned many Honda and Toyota sport compacts of the period.
The appeal of American muscle cars transcends American borders, intriguing an international audience that appreciates the rich history, big horsepower and exceedingly good looks of these timeless rides.