Category: Features

Dart Vader

THE PAGES OF RPM MAGAZINE TO SEE THE PHOTO MONTAGE VIDEO THEN SCROLL DOWN TO READ THE FEATURE BELOW! Ron Bookman’s Sinister DART VADER is as wicked as they come By Toby Brooks Photos by Louis Fronkier, Art Louis Photography “You underestimate the power of the Dark Side.” –Darth Vader It is low, loud, and downright mean. One glimpse and an unsuspecting onlooker is irresistibly drawn as if by some shift in the planet’s gravitational field. And sporting unmistakable classic pro street styling cues with science fiction-era high technology, it has enough “nasty” to entrance generations both young and...

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SkullZilla

CLICK TO SEE THE PHOTO MONTAGE VIDEO THEN SCROLL DOWN TO READ THE FEATURE BELOW! Story and photos by Toby Brooks Pro street comes in many flavors. If you think of fat-tired rides like language, then there are plenty of “accents” based in region, based in availability, and based in personal taste. Some opt for sleek and modern, while others opt for the wildest, most over-the-top build they can conjure up. It’s safe to say that Brighton, Illinois native Rod Bollini falls squarely in the latter category. One look at his insane 1991 Dodge Dakota is all it takes...

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Dayton Scraper

CLICK TO SEE THE PHOTO MONTAGE VIDEO THEN SCROLL DOWN TO READ THE FEATURE BELOW! Story by Toby Brooks Photos by John Jackson Gary Buckles didn’t set out to define or defy any trends in 1993 when he built his now-legendary 1971 Camaro pro streeter. He wasn’t aiming to be a legend of pro street and it was never his intention to achieve a near-cult following on the internet some 20 years later (heck, there really WASN’T much of an internet in 1993, anyhow). What he DID intend to accomplish was build a silky-smooth, super-cool cruiser with excellent street...

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Desert Rat

Click to see the photo montage video then scroll down to read the feature below! Life in the desert is hard for most critters. The scorching heat is stifling. The pounding sun and water-parched earth is inhospitable. And the coarse sand and blast-furnace winds are hostile. That’s why an unfamiliar sight like a pristine 1969 pro street Camaro in the heart of Saguaro National Forest country is so stark and startling. And that’s all the more reason to take notice. A classic and timeless example of all things TUBBED, this RS/Z28 was painstakingly crafted by owner Ron Greulich over...

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