Plasti-Protection: Caleb Christy's 2003 Honda S2000 (Photo by Scott DeMarco Photography)

If you’ve ever been on a road trip with a car you cherish, chances are you've done something to keep your paint safe from rock chips. Maybe you’re the type who wraps the front of your beloved show car in blue painters tape before making [ … ]

Auto Show Tuning Takeover: Performance Tuned Cars (Photos by Monique SSG, Drive Marketing Group)

Well, well, well. As some OEMs are fighting against modifications (see “Copyrighting Cars?”), others are seeing the benefits that tuning and modified cars have in attracting younger and performance-oriented enthusiasts to their brands.

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Cabe's Corner: Get to Know The Subwoofer

All of us, at one time or another, have been fooled into thinking a subwoofer will perform amazingly based on its looks. Whether it is a massive 500-ounce magnet or quadruple spiders with some crazy futuristic looking basket, we have been fooled. I [ … ]

Junk in the Trunk: Custom Setups (Photos by KC Image, Terence Gamble)

Trunk builds helped launch the tuning scene in the early '90s, and while there have been ups and downs in popularity, the recent trend at car shows, big and small, have seen car builders return to the back end to create some of the most spectacular [ … ]

Copyrighting Cars

“Stop working on your cars now!” That’s what a number of automakers may be telling you if they get their way in court. The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers (Auto Alliance), which sells 77% of vehicles in the United States (inc [ … ]

Crouching Stallion, Hidden Monster: JJ Dubec's Ferrari 458 on AirREX (Photo by John Neaime)

Coming off of his R35 GT-R refresh that features a shiny new wrap and a set of deep-dish Sky Forged S208 wheels, JJ Dubec’s newest endeavor has him going big. Real big!

With a strong team of builders, suppliers, and a host of fans clamori [ … ]

PASMAG Garrys Garage Project C6 Stage 1 Planning the Audio System Lead

Regular readers of PASMAG already know that Technical Editor Garry Springgay is a bona fide audio geek and has been making a living in the audio industry for over 30 years. But what most of you don’t know is that he’s also a pretty seri [ … ]

PASMAG Ride Sharing Poll Feature Vehicles

With the popularity of ride-sharing services like Uber, Lyft, Sidecar, Haxi and Blancride, what if we at PASMAG set up a system where you were able to ride-along with a car competitor or feature car to a car show or meet, to the movies, a long [ … ]

Cabe's Corner: Consider the Source

When building an audio system, you will invest not only money, but time - time choosing the best products for you and your budget, as well as the type of equipment that will produce your desired end result, whether that is sound quality or maximum [ … ]

Target: Newfoundland - Inside the Speed Academy Scion FR-S Targa Racer


Written by Jordan Lenssen | Photography by Speed Academy & Scion Canada

Targa Newfoundland is the perennial North American event for automotive enthusiasts and club racers looking to push their skills and vehicles to the absolute limit. The week [ … ]

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