Category: Features



At this point in the game, the stance scene, the fitment scene, whatever you want to call it; there are cars that come along that tend to stir up strong feelings. Mike DeMarco’s 91 CRX seems to be one of…


Spring Fever- Stu’s 350z

Summer is quickly approaching and Winter build releases have been rampant. Release here, release there. Some worth attention, most not. Stu’s Z has been under the knife for as long as I can remember and it’s finally seeing the asphalt….


Same Old STi.

As the saying goes, “If it’s not broken, don’t fix it”, so I haven’t changed much.  While switching up my wheel setup has crossed my mind on multiple occasions the cost to benefit ratio never really seems to work out….


Mario Party

I am always slow to accepting change and so was the case with the release of the new body style Subaru Impreza sedan, WRX and STI alike. In time though, after owners began to modify the hawkeye’s offspring I became…

Jetta 2

Mark Tingey’s Jetta Coupe

Months ago, when I felt that IvyLeagueEast could use a facelift, I reached out via our Facebook in search of some new blood. After a number of qualified responses, few of those were able to take advantage of the opportunity….


Shoe In: Chris Amodei’s New Footwork

It’s awfully difficult keeping up with Amodei’s S2000 wheel addiction. Here’s an earnest attempt to do so. FRENCH “NotOnAir” S2000 Classic gas station shot Mark Scarano’s Mazda Speed 3 flush on Rota Grid Slammed rolling shots are always winners


Little Devil…

When it comes down to it, the world of modifying cars is somewhat of a boys club. We spend our hard-earned dollars on those parts that will give us that edge over the next guy. Coilovers, wheels, exhaust.  You know…


Slow and Slutty…

The Chevrolet Cobalt SS was one of GM’s entries in the world of sport compacts. With it’s Eaton supercharged 2.0L Ecotec 4 cylinder it certainly had the numbers to compete. The suspension was tuned on the famed Nürburgring in Germany….