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December 26, 2016

Sunday Slacker

Cars with chips & scratches, people with stories & history and models with style and class. Sunday Slacker Magazine isRead more →

December 22, 2016

1966 GMC Build

1966 GMC Sunday Slacker Build This is Gabe’s, the publisher of Sunday Slacker, first car that he bought when heRead more →

October 24, 2016

Welder Up

Welder Up is not your average car customization shop. Steve Darnell is the master mind behind the madness created atRead more →

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Sunday Slacker

Cars with chips & scratches, people with stories & history and models with style and class. Sunday Slacker Magazine is dedicated to Cars, Cruises & Culture. Flip through our pages for events, car shows, car clubs, custom builders, shops, pin-ups, artists, music and the influential leaders who have built our lifestyle from the ground up. EST. 2009

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1966 GMC Build

1966 GMC Sunday Slacker Build

This is Gabe’s, the publisher of Sunday Slacker, first car that he bought when he was 16 years old. Over the past two decades, it’s gone through various phases. What started as a simple paint touch up to years ago turned into a custom frame off restoration.
With the help of friends, we’re now working on bringing it back to its former glory. Everything will be new, ensuring it will be on the road for another 20 plus years. I’ve been fortunate to keep my friendships with those who helped me build my truck back in the 90s. A few of those same friends have been involved in the new build. The goal is to have it completed and back on the road by summer.

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Welder Up

Welder Up is not your average car customization shop. Steve Darnell is the master mind behind the madness created at Welder Up. Las Vegas, NV is the perfect location to inspire him to design the wildest rat rods known to man. The vehicles that leave our shop will blow your mind and exceed your expectations. Just give Steve a theme for your build and you will be amazed by his imagination, the creative materials, and details that bring your vision to life.

Welder Up is known for its wild rides, but Steve also has a passion for producing short films, music videos, and creative man-interior designs. Most recently, he created the set design, costumes, props, and vehicles featured in the Five Finger Death Punch “House of the Rising Sun” music video. This opportunity provided him the perfect stage to put his talents to good use and show that his creativity has no boundaries.