Reader Rides: Max Dooly

Owner: Max Dooly

Location: Myrtle Beach, SC

Vehicle: 2006 Scion xB

Car Club Affiliation: Severed Ties

What Events have you competed in?

Pick one; I've probably been to it!

What will be your next performance modification/upgrade?

BOOOOOST!

“All Show’, “All Go” or Both, Why?

Both - cause you gotta look good when you leave em' sitting

Any Shout Outs?

Mostly my wife and son, Everyone at ZERO PSI (www.zeropsiair.com), Ronnie @ The Butcher Shop, Jeremy Hart, Ian Cain, Boogie @ Modified Minds Car Audio, Jamie @ TRD Sparks, The crew @ Gauge, Reitzel Racing, Crackie and all my boys and girls at Elite Ink, Steve @ Scion Pro, Grizz Archer, Freelaaaance, Herb, Caleb, Boxzilla, the UC Crew, and especially all my Severed Ties Fam.

Reader Rides: Max Dooly

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