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At Sema 2014  – Las Vegas, Nevada

At Sema 2014 – Las Vegas, Nevada

At Sema 2014  – Las Vegas, Nevada
VISIT  – Beckett Media Booth # 22697

At Sema 2014  – Las Vegas, Nevada

At Sema 2014 – Las Vegas, Nevada

At Sema 2014  – Las Vegas, Nevada
VISIT  Beckett Media Booth # 22697
FOR AN AUTOGRAPH SESSION WITH  Aaron “ The Bearded Wonder” Kaufman

At Sema 2014  – Las Vegas, Nevada

At Sema 2014 – Las Vegas, Nevada

At Sema 2014  – Las Vegas, Nevada
VISIT  Beckett Media Booth # 22697
FOR AN AUTOGRAPH SESSION WITH Tom “Mongoose” McEwen

American Muscle!

Text and Photos by Harley Camilleri

This Chevelle is Packing a Huge Punch!

A lot of thought goes into planning a custom-built muscle car. We want the best of all worlds combined: good looks, great handling, plenty of power, comfortable interior and the ability to hop in and drive anywhere. Many builds go way off the scale one way or another, with too much flash or too many body mods to feel comfortable driving, but it’s the well-balanced machines that really grab our attention. But, what is a well-balanced muscle car? Charles Currie of the Anaheim, California, has built what we believe to be a muscle car that most anyone would absolutely love to own.
If the name sounds familiar, it’s because Mr. Currie is part of the family making some of the world’s finest axle assemblies. But one of the great things about Charlie Currie is his desire to drive his toys. He has a couple to be sure, but he is no stranger to getting behind the wheel and motoring down the road. Check out the images of the undercarriage on this ’65 Chevelle SS. It’s as clean as most any trailer queen, yet this car has been driven across the country and back. That is the kind of positive attitude we can get behind.

The Dotys’ Deuce Cabriolet Rises

Chapouris Column Photos by: PC3 & Jimmy Shine

The Dotys’ Deuce Cabriolet Rises

I met Floyd and Darlene Doty in October 2010 under a pretty grim circumstance: Their pride and joy, a beautifully prepped black Deuce Cabriolet, just days from being delivered, was severely damaged in a shop fire. There’s nothing I fear more than fire, and nothing demonstrates the devastating reality of fire more than Jimmy Shine’s post-apocalyptic photos of the Dotys’ cabriolet.