Summer is here! To mark the occasion, we've just added a bunch of new items to our site, and some big savings!
Receive your choice of a gift card worth 40% of your purchase, or 20% off your entire purchase.
Check out our new items. Choose which offer you'd like, and let us know at the end of your check-out!
Offer good through June 19 Read More
A perfect gift for the gearhead in your life.
You know they have gas in their veins, but maybe you're not completely sure what exactly they may want. Our gift cards are the perfect solution.
They are redeemable on absolutely anything on our site, or in our booths at the events we attend.
Our gift cards will be shipped to you in an envelope noting the value and with instructions on how to redeem. Read More
Cold weather is here! Deal with it in style.
For a limited time all our jackets are 20% off! Read More
For a limited time, purchase any items totaling $120 or more, and get $25 off! Take it as a discount, or get a t-shirt on us. Whatever you prefer.
Just pick your items, and on the checkout page in the coupon box, type in 5FOR4 and get a $25 credit on your order. It's that simple. Read More
Earlier today on our Facebook page, we posted a picture of a Shelby cobra Daytona coupe at the Bonneville Salt Flats. We alluded to the fact that it had a very interesting history immediately following that event. Here is that strange, and somewhat dark, story. Read More
Porsche made quite a splash about their return to Le Mans in 2014. With their overall victory in this years 24 Hour of Le Mans, they broke a winless streak dating back to 1998.
About 30 years ago from their most recent return, Porsche debuted one of the more dominant cars in its storied history - the 962. Read More
We are very excited to announce that 95 Customs got some airtime on the gear head enthusiast site carsyeah.com
You can listen to the interview with Paul here:
It's also available on iTunes and Stitcher. Read More
Nick Veasey is an artist that uses a very non-traditional medium - large format X-rays.
The photographer was born in London in 1962. He worked in the advertising and design industries and pursued work in conventional still photography before being asked to X-ray a cola can for a television show. Veasey also decided to X-ray the shoes he was wearing that day. The finished images were shown to an art director, and Veasey's exploration was cemented by the response it provoked.
He has often chosen cars and bikes as his subject matter.
As he states on his site, "The x-rays reveal the skill and ingenuity that went into the design and manufacture of motorcycles from the beginning of the 20th century. Fascinating in their detail, the project records the developments in engineering of the ‘golden age’. Read More