Bosozoku FUSCHIA NISSAN 300ZX is today’s BEST OF SHOW…

Crazy COLORS on this 1990 NISSAN 300 ZX are right out of a Japanese Cyber Future. Take a look and lmk what you’d add… or SUBTRACT!

Today’s BEST OF SHOW is a Tin Woodie Concept Car…

While at the LA AUTO SHOW, Tommy and I spot Nissan’s ARIYA WOODIE Concept Car. Tin… Plastic… Nothing like a Woodie, Woodie. Kinda fun, tho. What do you guys think?? WATCH!

When all else fails… OLDSMOBILE LOWRIDER BEST OF SHOW!

Man, it’s hard to believe the work that goes into LOWRIDER Paint jobs… but those that take it on are committed, passionate and inspiring. Check out today’s BEST OF SHOW episode and this beautiful OLDS LOW & SLO!

When it comes to CARS & ART… LOWRIDERS are BEST OF SHOW

This incredible CHEVY IMPALA LOWRIDER was spotted in the wild at MOONEYES. Some serious Metal Flake and attention to detail. These guys and girls know that CARS & ART ARE KING. WATCH…

Following the 1966 BATMOBILE is today’s BEST OF SHOW…

Met up with buddy Barry and George Barris’ grandson Jared for a jaunt to BOB’S BIG BOY in Burbank… flanked by the #2 Original Batmobile. Stands out like a POW! BANG! SPLAT! WATCH!!

FERRARI SF90 Stradale caught in the WILD for BEST OF SHOW…

Crusin’ La Jolla revealed a lone thoroughbred, the 2022 FERRARI SF90 STRADALE in it’s glorious red coat. Fireball brings you in close to WATCH!

Heavenly Modified 1971 DATSUN 240Z is today’s BEST OF SHOW

From Supercar Sunday, these DATSUNS rolled in to show HOW… IT’S… DONE. The best way to go to Heaven without actually dying. WATCH!

WATCH! Today’s BEST OF SHOW is a 1967 DODGE CHARGER FASTBACK

An incredible car to cruise down PCH here in Malibu… The 1967 Dodge Charger Fastback doesn’t get much better. WATCH!

DID YOU KNOW?? The 1967 Dodge Charger changed little from the previous year, with grille modifications and chrome strips on top of the fenders ending in turn signals. The Charger was still a huge two-door fastback on a 117-inch wheelbase and was 75.3 inches wide, with a full-length console and four bucket seats. The Charger’s $3,128 price and distinctive fastback shape made it a popular choice. Lee Roy Yarbrough raced the Charger—averaging 163.9 mph—at the 100-mile qualifying finale for the 1967 Daytona Festival of Speed.

Stellar CUSTOM HOT ROD snags today’s Fireball BEST OF SHOW

Another amazing find at MOONEYES Irwindale. This CUSTOM HOT ROD was flawless to a flaw. Had a really hard time trying to find something wrong with it. What do you guys think? LEAVE A COMMENT!

Today’s BEST OF SHOW goes to a CRAZED GREEN SEX MACHINE…

Y’all remember the KUSTOM VAN CRAZE? Well, it’s back and Sex Machine Boogie Vans are in! (Thank God). And today’s BEST OF SHOW hits like the smooth mover that it is with CISCO’S 7DEEZ BOOGIE VAN. Spotted at Mooneyes, this Van’s got it all… including the SHAG, BABY! WATCH!