Ramon Bautista takes us back to the ’80s in his ‘box-type’ Mitsubishi Lancer. With its iconic design, simple but practical components, and short list of safety features (driver/passenger seatbelts and the occasional dangling rosary), this Lancer is a certified tito mobile.
After waiting a year for a red Nissan Skyline to emerge for sale, this guy finally found and purchased the perfect Father’s Day gift. His dad is very, very lucky.
The early-generation Fairlady Z is like the Frankenstein’s monster of older Japanese cars. A lot of engines can go underneath its hood, and spare parts are quite easily available from wrecked units. This 280Z has a single-turbo RB25 (the same motor that powers Skylines), among other nifty modifications.
The Hummer H1 is something that normal drivers would think twice about making git-git in traffic. The Alpha trim of this beast of a ride was only sold for one year, 2006, making it pretty valuable and a target for wealthy enthusiasts.
This BMX rider gives his bike a break, opting to drift his 700hp R35 GT-R instead. The gold BMX mounted on top really gives the car ‘street cred.’ We dig it.