Included in this November issue is the Bomb Club, exploding into our Car Club Section. They are a "full blown," one chapter family, who believe in bringing some old rides back to life! The New Style Car Club and their storied history from the Bay Area, are represented well in our Image Section by current and strong President Doug Vigil.

If anyone could properly represent our Original Section, it would have to be Mexico. Mexico Auto Body and Family, that is. From Mom and Pop on down to their son Javier, as well as the rest of the family, they represent the tradition you've come to expect in our magazine. Of course by tradition, we mean prep, block, paint, sanding and rubout, comprising Mexico's family portrait.

The Inland Empire strikes back again, with a Lowrider tour stop that continues to raise the bar annually with the many trendy and quality rides on display. Check this San Bernardino '09 Lowrider Car Show coverage out.

Injured Marine Staff Sergeant Octavio Sanchez was the victim of a roadside bomb in Iraq. When he got back in the states, his 1962 Impala got back in the streets, thanks to his neighbor Johnny "BJ' King, CEO of Cure Entertainment Network. Johnny gathered up the troops of Edelbrock Corp., Fatsco Transmission parts, and the students and faculty of Wyo-Tech-Long beach campus to complete the mission of a rebuild on Octavio's ailing small-block Chevrolet engine and transmission, transforming it into better than stock condition as a way of giving back to this Marine for his sacrifices. A Marine with a Lowrider, huh ? That's bad ass!

Has anyone ever been pulled over for air bags!? Only the bad guy has Hydraulics....
Joe Ray