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Escobar: 1973 Chevrolet Caprice

Escobar: 1973 Chevrolet Caprice

Some builds are dreams turned reality, while others are ways to honor or remember. Gordon…
Outlaws: John Sarkisyan’s Rolling Artwork

Outlaws: John Sarkisyan’s Rolling Artwork

John Sarkisyan has made his mark as an automotive artist with his unique style that…
Power Player: Pro Motorsports

Power Player: Pro Motorsports

“You dream it, we source it, we build it, we deliver it!” is Pro Motorsports’…
BEST OF SHOW: SLANG 500 - 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing X SLK32 AMG

BEST OF SHOW: SLANG 500 - 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing X SLK32 AMG

One look at John Sarkisyan’s vintage 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing at the 2018 SEMA Convention,…
Scenes from the 2018 SEMA Show

Scenes from the 2018 SEMA Show

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This years SEMA show drew in more than 70,000 domestic & international buyers.
DUB and Kia team up to transform the the Stinger and K900 at SEMA

DUB and Kia team up to transform the the Stinger and K900 at SEMA

We had the pleasure to work with Kia to take the new K900 and Stinger…
Chris Johnson - CJ2k

Chris Johnson - CJ2k

During his ten years in the NFL, Chris Johnson has done things few other men…
Young Dolph

Young Dolph

When you hit rap superstar status, your garage better reflect your bank account. Young Dolph…
Tanner Fox : Lamborghini Huracan

Tanner Fox : Lamborghini Huracan

Many car guys start out the same way. As teenagers, they fantasize about owning a…
Sunday, 31 July 2005 23:04

Roadstar Motorsports

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Young, enthusiastic and always on the lookout for their next project, the founders of Roadstar Motorsports are known for their meticulous attention to detail and commitment to proper customer service. Counting with two shops in Los Angeles, one in London, and one soon in Toronto, fraternal twins Hussein and Hassan Iddrisu and their cousin John Spio have put together a respectable business that at times is fueled by their imagination.
Sunday, 31 July 2005 22:24

T.I. '05

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“Man, somebody gonna trip,” he said in a familiar, deep baritone drawl. His voice is almost surprising, coming from a man with a wiry frame, striking features and a square jaw, who at a quick glance appears young and spry. The authoritative voice and staunch gaze tell a different story of an old soul, wise beyond his 24 years. It is the voice of a man who has rolled around the block a few times—in his own words—a real OG.
Sunday, 31 July 2005 21:44

Carmelo Anthony

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It wasn’t that long ago that carmelo anthony was pushing a trusty green chrysler concord on baltimore streets. It was 2001 to be exact. That was before a basketball-loving world would know him simply as melo. It was before he would lead his syracuse team to the championship. It was before he would average 21 points a game in his nba rookie year as a denver nugget small forward, giving espn sports analysts something to talk about on nightly sports center broadcasts. And it was before he had the $20 million nike endorsement and his own piece of candy—the melo…
Saturday, 30 July 2005 00:31

Paul Rodriguez, Jr.

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It is the stuff of childhood dreams. You know, the ones flittering about the mind of every young skateboarder. One day, maybe—just maybe—all those afternoons spent suffering skinned knees and elbows will mean more than just good times. Paul Rodriguez, Jr. is living those dreams, and he is proof that those skinned knees and elbows can lead to bigger things. How about $50,000? At the 2004 X-Games, Paul Jr., who just turned 20 on New Year’s Eve, won gold in the jam format, exhibiting the type of smooth performance that top pro skaters Kerry Getz and Mike Carroll had foreseen…
Saturday, 21 May 2005 17:49

Da Shop

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With Los Angeles Lakers fans, the jury is still out on the departure of center Shaquille O’Neal. There are those that are glad to see him gone, and then there are those who really miss the big guy. For Albert Pineda, who runs Da Shop in Los Angeles, Shaq is more than a customer. He is family.
Saturday, 21 May 2005 01:29

Stevie Williams

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Stevie Williams holds nothing back. His unforgiving skating style is self-described as straight ghetto. In other words, Stevie brings to the skateboarding game a raw, street style that goes beyond the skate park. We’re talking mad street skills here.
Saturday, 21 May 2005 00:57

Al Harris

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In the ever-expanding DUB universe, unbelievable automobile collections and the unabashed glamour of their respective superstar owners are practically par for the proverbial course. Expensive and exclusive exotics, Boeing-sized SUVs, and the latest luxury sedans grace virtually every page of our magazine—all of them seemingly adorned with enough bling, bells, and whistles to satisfy our celebrity subjects’ every wish and whim.
Friday, 20 May 2005 20:13

Ying Yang Twins

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Opposites define each other. Day and night. Light and dark. The yin and the yang. If ever there were two individuals who exemplified this notion it would have to be Atlanta’s D-Roc and Kaine, who are taking rap music to completely unimaginable levels
Friday, 20 May 2005 00:47

Vida Guerra: 2005

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Hidden under mounds of cascading chestnut locks, the faint telltale scar on Guerra’s forehead is a reminder of how precious living beauty really is. It was senior hooky day at her New Jersey high school. Being just a little bad turned into a catastrophe when a truck careened into the passenger side of her friend’s car, where 17 year-old Vida was seated.
Thursday, 19 May 2005 20:46

Brian Deegan

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On a more serious note, Deegan is amazing—in an insane sort of way. “Competition drives me,” he said. “When it comes to Freestyle, I don’t like to lose. I’ve always wanted to win.

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