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Since 2009

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. 

The Magazine - Issue 1

The premier issue of Sunday Slacker Magazine launched with Miko’s 1953 Chevy Bel Air on the cover. Miko, a long time builder shares his story of classic cars and family. Interviews include Art Goldstrom, music recording artist Angelica, Sin City Jokers Car Club, and Charlie Spenser. Sunday Slacker models, Miss Cuba Jamillette Gaxiola, Playboy model Jessica Lynn Hinton and pinup model Anabel. Additional features include Slacker Scene, Super Run and Make Something Lowride Everyday.

Issue 2

Featuring a Shelby GT500 on the cover. The cover shoot required shutting down the the front of the Aria Hotel and Casino at CityCenter.Considered the muscle car and motorcycle issue, featuring Steve’s 1969 Camaro, Optima’s Ultimate Street Car Invitational and builder Joe Zamora shares his 1964 Triumph. Additional cycles include a 1952 Panhead, 1946 Indian Chief, custom chopper and a 1938 BMW R71. Center spread models include actress and pinup Heidi Van Horne, and Tamara Michaels.

Issue 3

The third issue of Sunday Slacker Magazine features three black, white walled roadsters on the cover. All three are similar in style, yet different in many ways. Interviews include Kassia and her Chip Foose built 1954 Customline, Meghan’s pink 1959 Rambler, and Memory Lane Car Club. Sunday Slacker models, actress and model Deena Maria and Tabitha. Additional features include Slacker Scene, Greenspan’s South Gate Car Show and much more.

Issue 4

The forth issue of Sunday Slacker Magazine features Ron’s custom 1951 Mercury on the cover. Our most diverse issue features over nineteen photographers and international photographers representing Germany, United Kingdom, Australia, France, and Norway. International events, Coupe Devils Rod & Custom Bonanza, Le Mans Classic, and Hanger Rockin’. US events include Billetproof, Viva Las Vegas, Rockabilly Rod Reunion, Hammer and Cycle Spring Nationals and more. Sunday Slacker models, Courtney with Robert’s 21 Window VW and Megan with Bill’s 1950 Ford Woody.

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Issue 5

The fifth issue of Sunday Slacker Magazine features Misha’s 1956 Chevy on the cover. Inside you’ll find Greg and his modern pro-street inspired 1969 Chevelle, Robert’s 1966 Chevy Impala, Dave and Lisa’s 1950 Merc Gold Rush and Shannon’s Sugar Bear 40 over 1978 Harley perfectly titled Superstitious. Sunday Slacker models, Kitty Bordeaux and Gina Maria grace our center spread with hot rods and customs from Old Crow Speed Shop. Additional features include the UK Hotrod Hayride, Mexico’s La Carrera Panamericana, Germany’s Kronen Race Days, Atlanta Petit Le Mans, Utah’s Bonneville, Las Vegas’ Lowrider Super Show, BikeFest, Barrett-jackson and Super Run, Long Beach Motorama, and the Ventura Nationals.


the usual

A tabloid lifestyle publication reminiscent of the newspapers of the past yet modern, authentic and relatable. Times spent in the garage with friends, cruising the blvd, hanging out at a car show or kicking back at a barber or tattoo shop. The essence of the scene captured by a collective collaboration of established and emerging photographers, writers and artist. 
Its just another day in the hood, the usual.



The Texas built ’51 stands out in the Lone Star landscape. With the stock style paint scheme, chop top, chrome and wide white Firestones, it resembles the likes of a California traditional custom. Heath plans to drive the ‘51, each cruise reminds him that the ‘51 is not just a show car. It wasn’t built to get trophies. It was built to drive those long stretches of American roads.  
Photos by Jason Jones  //

the usual


The Southern California based barber, tattoo artist and entrepreneur, Dre Perales, founded Tip Top Industries to create art that lives with the people he meets. His two traditional American style barber shops specialize in classic gentlemen's haircuts with an old school atmosphere. Whittier, California

Rod Hill Climb // Photo by Eat Crow Studio



The 6th Street Bridge have been the backdrop of many timeless movies. The bridge is an icon of the L.A. landscape. We came across some photos of the Odd Squad Car Club gathering on Instagram. This inspired us to discover what else had been going on down at the L.A. River and the 6th Street Bridge. Photo by // Luis "Zurdo" Ortiz

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Carey Hart “Irish Mist” // 1973 Dodge Van