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Throughout the years, car magazines have provided vast information as well as visual eye candy for all types of automotive enthusiasts across the world. Whether you're into American Muscle, Classics, or Tuners like us at SHG , there's wide varieties of magazines out there to satisfy your gear head needs. In this day in age, with lightning speed access to information or visual pleasure via the web, how many of us still go to our local stores and pick up a fresh copy of the latest issue? Staying true to our roots, we would love to share with our fans an exclusive inside look into the latest car magazines to hit the shelves. With that being said, SHG welcomes all the fans and automotive enthusiast to our new web blog series called #Magblogmondays (Mag Blog Mondays), exclusively here on The SHG. Where we will be briefly reviewing the latest issues, every Monday, of our favorite motorsports magazines.
This Monday (Feb 2nd), we start off with the very popular Super Street Magazine. In this month's March 2015 edition, Super Street dedicates most of its opening pages to their coverage of the 2014 SEMA show in Las Vegas. It includes articles like "Battle Of The Brands", "Best Of The Best", and "Bae Watch" with 3 pages dedicated to some of the hottest booth girls of SEMA '14. In "Battle of the Brands" they introduce SEMA’s Las Vegas 10th Annual Scion Tuner Challenge where Super Street , SpeedHunters , and GT Channel battle it out to see who can build the baddest Scion FRS project. SS mag also shows us their top 10 build picks of SEMA in "Best Of The Best." Including builds like the only Rocket Bunny NSX in North America, a 2015 Toyota Camry “Sleeper” with a 5.7L V-8 Tundra engine, and Team Rocket Bunny's new pro drift S15 Silvia with a Nascar engine, just to name a few.
Super Street makes sure to feature some of the best builds around. In this edition they include Gordon Tings' Rocket Bunny '15 Lexus RC F Sport, 2 GT-Rs built by Bulletproof Automotive, Darren Yoo's Porsche 911 GT3, Valtonen Motorsport's Time Attack '95 Mazda RX-7, and Julian Chiu's Track warrior NSX. Inside the mag, SS includes a few treats like a Free Copy of Toyo Tires Calendar and a Buyers guide For Scion FR-S/Subaru BRZ owners with some of the best products on the market for your project."The Best Tuner Mag Ever" is a must read for all tuner fans and car enthusiasts alike. Be sure to pick up this March 2015 Super Street edition at your local store and help keep magazines alive. Thanks, SuperStreet and staff for helping keep our culture alive!
Photos and Words by Bryan Ramos