Looking for the right pair of shades to rock while cruising around town? Don't worry. DUB has you covered. Here are a few choice selections that will add a little sophistication to your game.
I’m pulling a three-point turn on a rural Italian road and rearward visibility is sparse, to say the least. The exhaust note of the thirsty V12 reverberates through the cabin, and I’m praying to dear God that an overzealous Fiat Punto isn’t about to roar around the bend and T-bone my test car.
It never fails—if you want something done right, do it yourself. That philosophy permeates every aspect of how MC&A Customs of Miami, Florida runs things. Jhulio Tadeo, along with brother, Julio, and partner, Giovanni Milito, have built a strong customer base simply because at MC&A (short for Miami Chassis and Alignment), they do it all—and do it well.
When the guys at Full Throttle set out to customize a car, it’s not just a project, it’s a production. That’s because co-owners Steve Cancila, Jeff Orbin and Tim Schwering take a different approach from most (if any) shops.
Los Angeles skate royalty Nick Diamond gives DUB a glimpse of his past accomplishments. As a classic entrepreneur, Nick grew up as a street skater in San Francisco and now designs and runs Diamond Supply Co., a staple skate company he founded in 1998. Even though his skateboard bolt technology patent has been considered by NASA, it’s Diamond’s T-shirts that are seen in every form of sports and entertainment.
Sleek. Sexy. Sophisticated...
All words that usually come to mind when one conjures up the image of a Maserati GranSport. But what about the words monster or ferocious? They just don’t come to mind do they? Well, not unless you’re Robert Sarzo because that’s exactly how he sums up his 2005 GS. “It’s a beast,” the 29-year-old Heaven Car Club member says.
Believe it, or not, 19-year-old Lawrence Franks Jr., better known as rapper Huey, is a devoted fan of classic American iron. The louder, the better! Of course, we’re talking about the roar of big-block engines from classic American cars (although, you have to admit it’d be interesting to see Huey shredding on a guitar onstage).