Tag: RPM Feature Car

FEATURES – The Man Behind The X – John Sears X275 Chevy Malibu

FEATURES – The Man Behind The X – John Sears X275 Chevy Malibu

There’s nothing like the satisfaction of building a car of your own. Whether it is your driver with a few  mods or an all-out race car, the feeling of seeing your hard work and effort come together in a well-built project is second to none. John Sears has known that feeling time and time again, […]

November 18, 2020 More
PAST FEATURES – BIG GUN – Trey and Heather Cavarettas Pro Street C-10 Pickup

PAST FEATURES – BIG GUN – Trey and Heather Cavarettas Pro Street C-10 Pickup

One look is all it takes. The unfettered, steel-gray sides look just as tough and muscular as they did the day it rolled off the line for the first time. Up front, the massive mechanical components reaching skyward have an all-business look that you wouldn’t want to mess with. Out back, the handcrafted steel skeleton […]

November 17, 2020 More
PAST FEATURES – UNSTOPPABLE – Scott MacDonalds 1999 Camaro SS

PAST FEATURES – UNSTOPPABLE – Scott MacDonalds 1999 Camaro SS

“It’s not what happens to you, but how you react to it that matters.” That simple quote from Greek philosopher Epictetus originated thousands of years ago yet still resonates with us today. And Scott MacDonald truly embodies everything that simple phrase stands for. When we are young we all have goals, plans, and dreams for […]

November 16, 2020 More
FEATURED – THE NEMESIS – Terry Podschweit – ’67 Mustang

FEATURED – THE NEMESIS – Terry Podschweit – ’67 Mustang

Full disclosure: usually magazine features are fairly sterile things, devoid of much emotion and full of endless details about the build. The author typically refers to the magazine as an entity, like “we saw this…” or “we asked that.” At RPM we’ve worked to change that over the past 17 years by building personality into […]

October 30, 2020 More
FEATURED – NO OVERNIGHT SUCCESS – Craig Watsons 73 Nova

FEATURED – NO OVERNIGHT SUCCESS – Craig Watsons 73 Nova

With 21 years of racing under  his belt, Craig Watson and his small tire 1973 Chevrolet Nova have many tales and memories together. The duo began evolving from the time Watson hit the ripe age of 17, and the team spun many a story together in the years that followed. The Chevy, which has been […]

October 23, 2020 More
FEATURED – THE REAL THING Tony Karamitsos 1969 Z28

FEATURED – THE REAL THING Tony Karamitsos 1969 Z28

South Bend, Indiana’s Tony Karamitsos has one heck of a cool job. The Die-Cast Brand Manager and Designer for Johnny Lightning, Auto World, American Muscle, and Racing Champions is instrumental in turning cool real-life rides into small scale replicas for collectors and enthusiasts. But he doesn’t just build the small stuff. He builds the real […]

September 21, 2020 More
FEATURED – LONG TIME COMING Norm Berk 1976 Pontiac Firebird

FEATURED – LONG TIME COMING Norm Berk 1976 Pontiac Firebird

Anyone into the big motored, wildly painted, fat tire’d pro street scene of the ’80s and ’90s knows that the movement lived a strong and happy first life throughout the United States, but it was also all the rage in Canada, too. You couldn’t hit any event in the country and not find a solid […]

August 26, 2020 More
FEATURED – SUIT and BOWTIE Mark Lohr 1968 Camaro

FEATURED – SUIT and BOWTIE Mark Lohr 1968 Camaro

Nicknamed “The Wax Wagon,” Indiana native Mark Lohr’s 1968 Chevrolet Camaro has been an ongoing project for nearly three decades. Although the original 350 cubic inch, 4-barrel, 4-speed drivetrain was long gone when Lohr took possession, the SS still exhibits the original paint color. Mesmerizing under the noon day sun, the Corvette Bronze Chevy is […]

August 22, 2020 More
FEATURED – NIGHTRAIN Cameron Richardson 1984 Chevy C10 Pickup

FEATURED – NIGHTRAIN Cameron Richardson 1984 Chevy C10 Pickup

Like most of you reading this magazine, Jesse Coburn has a long and sordid history when it comes to his love affair with the automobile. “Growing up, as a kid I was always around cars with my dad,” the Basehor, Kansas resident reflected. “As long as I can remember, my dad Randy was always tinkering […]

August 20, 2020 More
FEATURED – OL SCHOOL Rocco Rescelo 1967 Chevy II

FEATURED – OL SCHOOL Rocco Rescelo 1967 Chevy II

In the modern age of twin turbos, intercoolers, and small-tire flyers capable of clicking off seven-second passes without breaking a sweat, it is sometimes easy to forget our roots. In the case of Schenectady, New York’s Rocco Rescelo, he need only go out to the garage to see and hear rolling, rumbling history in the […]

August 19, 2020 More
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