Sunday Slacker is the people's magazine.

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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Boxed Set

Boxed Set

Featured photo: Issue two back cover. Photo by Ryan Salamon of his Dad’s chopped ‘36 truck at the Bonneville Salt Flats. Order all five issues of Sunday Slacker Magazine. Sunday Slacker Magazine is a printed publication featuring a broad selection of classic automobiles and the lifestyle and culture of the scene. Presented on high quality...
66 Impala

66 Impala

Robert’s Impala Robert Hererra was living the lowrider tradition. He was born in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1957, and in the blink of an eye moved to famous Las Vegas, NV a year later. When Robert turned 16, his parents gave him a ‘66 Chevy Impala. He customized the Impala the best he could...
Orange is the new Black

Orange is the new Black

The 57 Chevy Bel Air is one of the most recognized icons in the auto industry. With its performance and beautiful design, you automatically think of the “All American Car” of the fifties. Joe Brandise Sr. purchased this Tri-Five at an auction in 1986 at the Imperial Palace Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. It...
Shelby GT500 - Aria Hotel and Casino

Shelby GT500 – Aria Hotel and Casino

Stopping for a split second, even slowing down for a moment, seems forbidden to Bill McBeath. Many Las Vegans know Bill McBeath’s name as he has been one of the city’s most influential leaders as a successful casino executive. Many are surprised to learn that when McBeath isn’t in the office, he may be behind...
Lost in Eldorado Canyon

Lost in Eldorado Canyon

Three Miner Details It was an overcast day at the flats just outside of Boulder City, Nevada. The clouds continued to roll over, yet the heat waves climbed off the pavement as we searched for the perfect shoot. The roads were narrow, windy and secluded. The location was discovered as we found ourselves surrounded by...
Fifty-One Merc

Fifty-One Merc

Like many diamonds in the rough, this 51 Merc started out needing a lot of attention. Known as “Skullduggery,” this barn-find is a custom build even SEMA can’t get enough of. Ron “Bebop” Flamm, a Las Vegas resident for over 30 years, has always had the urge for speed. He owned a ’63 Impala, which...
Divine Fifty-Six

Divine Fifty-Six

On August 1, 2009 Divine One Customs purchased a ’56 Chevy Bel Air two-door hardtop, no post. Owner Misha Munoz got the itch to attempt to complete the entire rebuild in time to unveil at SEMA 2009. Upon delivery of the new project on August 10, 2009, while pushing the ’56 in, Misha realized this...