Legendary – the one word that best describes the Nissan Skyline GT-R, regardless of generation. However, the most iconic of them all is none other than the R32 generation from 1989-1994. By the early 90s, the GT-R was winning races…
Without question the Toyota Supra is the iconic car for the tuner generation. Just like the Ford Mustang ‘Eleanor’ was to the older crowd in the epic car movie Gone in 60 Seconds, the Supra is what set the benchmark back when The Fast and Furious movie came out…
Back in 1970 the Toyota Motor Company introduced a coupe model known as the Celica, which would propel the brand into the affordable sportscar market. Surely the famed 2000GT was the car to have at the time, but for those seeking something more reasonable this was it. Fast forward into the modern age at the […]
In 1992, Argentinian-born Horacio Pagani founded the Italian sports car company Pagani Automobili S.p.A., after spending a number of years managing Lamborghini’s composites division and the restyling of some notable machines. Fast forward a few years and Pagani’s dream of creating the ultimate supercar (at the time named the Fangio F1 in honour of his […]
In the world of mini trucks, customization is key. But you don’t have to tell James Margeson that; he’s been building his custom Chevrolet S10 for 17 years! James picked up his truck in 1996, and it was in really rough shape. After years of planning, crafting and a whole lot of trial & error, […]
Toyota builds their cars like tanks and there is no one that can doubt such a thing, especially when it comes to their luxury brand Lexus. Case in point is the IS300, one of the first Japanese luxury sedans to enter the North American market and reach cult-like status amongst motor heads. Although mostly found […]
Debuted in 2000, the Lexus IS300 was a fresh appealing model in the luxury car segment to offer an alternative to the usual European offerings. In the past decade, there have been countless project builds of this awesome platform ranging from the slammed VIP-style better known in the Japanese show scene to high horsepower race […]
First introduced in 1989 at the Chicago Auto Show by Mazda, the Miata otherwise known as the MX-5 has earned the right to be called the best sports car of all time. Since its introduction, there have been nearly 1-million sold around the world and at any given race day (amateur or pro level), one will find a slew of these small coupes thrashing through a road course with ease. Jason Woo of Toronto, Canada is no stranger to the Miata having not only built this daily driver, but also currently racing his ’99 MX-5 in various time attack series.