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Rebuilding America: Joshua Joyce's 1947 Jeep Willys TDI Rat Rod

Photos via Steven Campbell In the wake of World War 2, America saw an unprecedented boom in automotive manufacturing; one of the first companies to sell retrofitted war vehicles to civilians was the Willys-Overland Motors’ Jeep brand Willys SUV. Joshua Joyce of Village Customs in Virgina Beach tried his hand at re-imagining this once robust rock climber.Converting a top heavy truck into a pavement scraping rat rod was no easy […]

It's Called Camburr Mr. Officurr

Built with style and swagger, Patrick Inumerable’s 2004 Acura TSX is definitely the type of car we love to showcase on AirSociety.  While some like to pull off this kind of look with static setups, Patrick preferred stepping up his game by bringing a bagged JDM-styled TSX to the scene.Living in Pearl City, Hawaii definitely has its perks and smooth roads are one of them.  Smacking potholes on his ride […]

Frosty the Snowman

Today’s showcase ride belongs to James Sokol, a man who’s seen a ton of euro events in his lifetime. If you haven’t heard of him before you’ve probably seen some pics of his floating about on various online and paperback publications. James has hit up a ton of Euro events in the hopes of taking home top prizes. The last two years have seen his daily driven MK6 GTI take […]

Dät Skünk

I remember when the MK6 Golf and GTI models were first released.  Many were skeptical if the changes over its predecessor were more than just a body styling upgrade.  I countered with the statement that in order to properly appreciate the upgraded platform it needed to be kissing the ground.  Enter Dan Gianfrancesco’s bagged hatch. The factory MK6 body lines flow perfectly and are only emboldened by shaving off the […]

Hard Lines vs. Soft Lines

Standard air suspension setups are normally equipped with flexible nylon air hoses to supply compressed air to various parts of the air ride setup.  The next aesthetically pleasing upgrade readily available for the standard soft air hose lines are by fabricating “hard lines” out of metal pipe. Metal piping has been used in vehicles for  many decades now as fuel lines, brake lines, oil return lines, etc… so why is […]

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