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
Brochacho-Fest 2016

Brochacho-Fest 2016

Once again we are proud sponsors of Brochacho-Fest in Old Nevada Bonnie Springs. A dozen + rides met up at So-Cal Speed Shop for donuts and coffee. We hung out and rolled out around 9am for the cruise through Vegas toward Red Rock. This year, 3 bands rocked the stage,...
Lone Star Round Up

Lone Star Round Up

See you in Texas. We are proud to announce our new publication The Usual. A tabloid newspaper style publication. Get your copy at the show. More Photos Here
The Usual - Premier Issue

The Usual – Premier Issue

Sunday Slacker presents The Usual, a tabloid newspaper style publication. Featuring carshows, cruises, models, barbershop, tattoo artist, fabricators, garage builder, music and more. Order your copy today at www.TheUsualEdition.com t-shirts, stickers, tanks and more coming soon. Thanks again for all your support. See you in Austin this week. BUY NOW...
Suavecito X Sunday Slacker Magazine

Suavecito X Sunday Slacker Magazine

Suavecito X Sunday Slacker Magazine Suavecito Mascot Picture Printed on Black AAA Shirt 100% Cotton Order yours Here
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Shaina Doll

Shaina Doll

Model Feature Chris Gomez shot these photos of Shaina Doll on their way to Viva Las Vegas. Shaina Doll Born and raised in the Bay Area. SSM: Please introduce yourself. Shaina Doll: I’m Shaina Doll and my heart is in the art of Pin-Up & the beauty of Burlesque. SSM: What was your first shoot?...
May – Kool Finds

May – Kool Finds

Featuring some of the most inspiring and talented people in the industry. Dedicated to automobiles, motorcycles, art and original photography. Updated daily/weekly. ^ unknown ^ Great looking rods and garage ^ Hot rod from Japan ^ Midnight – “Merc9” ^ Aston Martin DB4 GTZ ^ Indian Larry ^ 1966 Ford GT40 ^ Powerplant Choppers Photo...
The Early Years of Golden Stars & Automotive Advertising

The Early Years of Golden Stars & Automotive Advertising

During the 1930’s, many star actors and actresses participated in the automotive advertising business. In 1936, Shirley Temple became the new promotional spokesperson for Dodge and generated memorable taglines such as, My Goodness, what a Grand Car! During this time, Shirley was also starring in hit films such as Captain January. Besides being a spokesperson...
Dana Hagood

Dana Hagood

Model Feature Sunday Slacker Model feature courtesy of Benjamin Romeo. Its our pleasure to share his photos of Dana and Tracy’s 1970 Chevelle. Photographer: Benjamin Romeo www.benjaminromeo.com Dana Hagood Born and raised in Winter Haven, Florida Currently residing in New York, New York SSM: A little about Dana. Dana is currently pursuing a career in...
Weekend of Excellence

Weekend of Excellence

The Weekend of Excellence in Reims at the Gueux en Champagne Circuit. Once upon a time, princes such as Clovis had to travel to Reims to be crowned king. Today automobile history is visiting that other Reims cathedral, the legendary Gueux circuit, for its own coronation. The most beautiful and authentic cars in the world...
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Instagram

Some of the best images found on Instagram from those that follow us and those we follow. #tattoos #cars #lowriders #culture #pin-ups #hotrods #carshows #models #kustom #cruises #motorcycles #caferacers #choppers #musclecars #rockabilly #art #lowbrow #music ^mad_fabricators ^the2youts ^ pixeleye ^ roulette92672 ^ antoniosureshot ^ customsickles ^ Jokers Car Club ^ SundaySlacker ^ customsickles ^ venushm...
Joe Louis & his 1935 Buick

Joe Louis & his 1935 Buick

Early Automotive Advertising: The early 1900’s were the beginning years for African Americans and automobile advertising. When the Motorcar became part of everyday transportation for Americans, many African Americans were featured in spark plug, tire ads, and other rare advertising to promote the automobile. The Patterson-Greenfield Automobile Company featured its 1922-25 advertisements for the Greenfield...