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Automotive Street Style | May 2010 | Section Title

From The Publisher Thank you for taking the time to review the 2011 Dodge Charger edition of Automotive Street Style. We’re very excited about the content you’re going to find here.

Magazine credits: Jerome “JYD” Williams Chief Executive Officer / Publisher

In this issue, JYD lists his Top Ten picks from the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show. In our newsworthy section, the hottest rides from 2011’s Detroit Auto Show are showcased. “Celebrity Garage” features model/ spokesperson Amber Rose and NBA All Star LeBron James. And, you’ll find out what happened when the JYD Project encouraged CIBC employees to raise $4.1 million. At Automotive Street Style, we strive to inform, inspire, educate and entertain. Covering automobiles, style, culture, and community, we enjoyed producing this issue and hope you enjoy it too. Return often to see what’s new, and write to us too. We love to hear from you.

Stan Mitchell Brand Manager/Co-Publisher

Speaking of love, with the Valentine’s Day holiday rapidly approaching, we offer a guide to romantic restaurants and shows here in Las Vegas guaranteed to set your motors to running.

Mario Rivas Videographer / Photographer 702-589-4657

Remember, life is as beautiful as you allow it to be, every day, take a moment to appreciate the beauty that surrounds us.



Joshua Williams Executive Marketing Director Seaquett Williams Creative & Communications Director / Managing Editor Sara Sylvis Senior Designer Nikkollette Williams Layout Coordinator Lyndon Conrad Bell Road Test Editor Shirley Hampton Staff Supervisor

Johnnie E. Williams III Community Initiative Director Automotive Street Style, LLC. 2831 St. Rose Pkwy, Suite 203 Henderson, NV 89044 (702) 589-4657 Automotive Street Style magazine is published by Automotive Street Style, LLC. No content (articles, graphics, design, or any other information) may be reproduced without written consent from Automotive Street Style magazine. The opinions expressed in this publication do not necessarily reflect those of the publisher, who along with his representatives, accepts no liability for the products and/or services of his advertisers. ©2011 Automotive Street Style, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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Hot Shots


The hottest automotive & electronic products. Stop and stare edition.

Street Style’s Inside Scoop

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Celebrity garage II


Restaraunt Showcase


Car Show & Events




UFC Heavyweight Cain Velasquez’s Ford F-150

The Sexiest EV’s at the Detroit Auto Show

JYD Project Partners With CIBC

CES Show

Lebron “King” James

Romance Is In The Air

This Month’s Car Shows

Man’s First Love

Automotive Marketplace

What’s New: Stop & Stare JYD’s Top 10 CES Products « parrot asteroid car receiver PARROT ASTEROID An in-car receiver in the true spirit of Android openness, the Parrot Asteroid has numerous USB ports on the back for connecting a GPS receiver, a broadband modem, or your entire music collection on an external hard drive. The company has leveraged Android’s music and GPS management and paired it with a voice recognition system to create a media hub and info center that can search your entire collection of tunes with just your voice.

« nvidia tegra 2 nvidia tegra 2 system Nvidia first showcased its Tegra 2 system on a chip at last year’s CES, but it wasn’t until this year’s show that everyone got a chance to see what the hardware could really do. We’re talking about dual-core phones that can stream 1080p content to your big screen via HDMI, handle Flash sites and 3D games with ease, and make video chat buttery smooth.

« monsoon vulkano flow Monsoon has a really promising home entertainment product in the Vulkano Flow. This set-top box device can place-shift your TV content, letting users program their DVRs to record shows while away from home with mobile devices.


Automotive Street Style | January/February 2011 | Automotive Marketplace

« SAMSUNG 9 SERIES SAMSUNG 9 SERIES Sleek sturdy, and ultra-bright, the Samsung 9 Series is an ultraportable laptop that you’ll want to be seen carrying. Made of aircraft-grade Duralumin, this 2.9-pound notebook (starting at $1,599) raises the bar for beauty and performance.

« Plantronics Voyager Pro UC Version 2 It’s hard to imagine a Bluetooth headset that lets you use your hands even less, but the Plantronic Voyager Pro UC with intelligent sensor technology does just that. Built with capacitive sensors that can detect when the device is perched on your ear--and when it’s not, the Voyager is smart enough to route calls either to itself or to send them to your smart phone.

« Motorola Atrix 4Gs ATRIX 4GS Pushing the limits of what it means to be a smart phone, Motorola’s Atrix 4G is two mobile devices in one. In its primary form the Atrix is a powerful Android superphone running Nvidia’s dual-core Tegra 2 CPU. The second is this super phone plugs into a laptop shaped doc, transforming it into “webtop” notebook.



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Street Style’s Inside Scoop!

2012 Pagani C9 Development of the new Pagani supercar, still dubbed C9, is going on at full speed. Look for more details as the car gets closer to production.

2011 Mercedes B-Class Based on these photos of the upcoming Mercedes B-Class, shot during its second winter test, the new small Benz should be quite handsome indeed.

2012 Rolls Royce Ghost LWB Rolls Royce is working on a stretched version of the Ghost, the Ghost LWB (long wheelbase). We thought Ghost was destined to be the Rolls you drive yourself, while Phantom is the one you are driven in. Looks like we’ll be seeing a chaffuered Ghost pretty soon too.

2012 Toyota Prius Minivan The seven-seat Prius drove to the tests under the protection of black and white bedspreads, under which were distinguishable the shape of the grille, headlightoptics and LED taillights.


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Family Man’s Sport Sedan Written by Lyndon Conrad Bell


he question that led to the development of the outgoing Dodge Charger model went something like this; “OK, so we’ve got this great platform we’ve inherited from Mercedes that’s doing well as the Chrysler 300. We’re thinking it’d be good for Dodge to have a large car too. What can you come up with?” Problem was, the people working on the car only knew they were working on a large sedan for Dodge. They didn’t know it was going to be called a Charger. That decision came after the car was done and


the resulting car looked nothing like a Charger at all. This time though, they knew they were doing a Charger—and it shows! The new design bristles with heritage cues from the iconic Chargers produced between 1968 and 1970, both outside and inside the car. Yet, the 2011 Charger also projects a fresh, contemporary appearance. The new

Charger’s interior is also miles ahead of the one it replaces. Still businesslike in every respect, the extreme austerity of the previous edition has been unapologetically left behind. Two engines are available at launch, a 292-horsepower 3.6-liter Pentastar V6, and the 370-horsepower 5.7-liter HEMI V8. Both engines are smooth, tractable,

Automotive Street Style | January/February 2011 | Cover Story: Dodge Charger

and provide more than adequate power. We drove the V6 up the Pacific Coast Highway from San Francisco and found it to be well mated to its six-speed automatic transmission, though manual shifts could respond with a bit more alacrity. We sampled the V8 as well and found everything we liked about it before to still be true. Its mellow burble, exceptional thrust and

abundant torque all combine to fulfill the promise of the Charger’s new exterior styling. In other words, the 5.7-liter Charger is fast. With the 5.7, Dodge claims a six second 60. And it handles too. We kept pushing the Dodge deeper and deeper into curves in an effort to get it unsettled. Eventually, of course we did, but only when we got into a corner way too deep—with way late braking. The

Charger then succumbed to a mild plow, but nothing we couldn’t immediately correct. Chassis folks—job well done. The Charger feels like a car half its size, displaying the agility and adhesion we’ve come to expect from the finest sports sedans. Dodge reps proudly proclaim the 2011 Charger is a car an enthusiast can be proud of, that does family duty too. We’ve heard this before; sometimes it works— sometimes it doesn’t. In this case, it does. And, after experiencing the new 392 engine Dodge has dropped into the Challenger for its SRT8 applications, we’re waiting with baited breath for a chance to dance with a Charger 392. (Ya gotta know it’s coming…) 2011 Dodge Charger pricing starts at $25,995 (including destination).



Flaunting Her Whip game!! Early in 2009, Rose posed for a Louis Vuitton print ad featuring Lamon Coleman’s new line of sneakers. On July 11, 2009, it was announced Rose had signed with Ford Models. In September 2009, Rose announced plans to launch her own line of eyewear. She walked the runway at

New York Fashion Week for “Celestino”, and was unveiled as the new face of “Boadicea the Victorious” perfume. Rose has also made cameos in music videos such as Ludacris’ “What Them Girls Like”, Young Jeezy’s “Vacation”, Mary Mary’s “God in Me”, and Nicki Minaj’s “Massive Attack”. Most recently, in 2010, she appeared in Russell Simmons’ reality show about his two assistants, Running Russell Simmons. All this activity generated significant rewards, among them, a beautiful 2010 Lamborghini Gallardo, dressed in Brilliant Black over Nero Perseus (that’s black on black y’all…). The interior features Alcantara inserts, Piano black wood trim, and a suede steering wheel. We think this car matches Amber perfectly, though it does beg the question whether she or the Lambo has the most vivacious curves. by Jerome Williams


Automotive Street Style | January/February 2011 | Marketplace Automotive Street Style | January/February 2011 | Celebrity Garage: Amber Rose



rop dead gorgeous is far from a typical selling point when it comes to hybrids and plug-in electric cars. However, that may be about to change. Many automakers showcased cars with green technology, but several rolled out unabashed sports cars that touted sassy looks and heart-stopping performance. These sleek and sexy green vehicles made the biggest splash at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show. Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG E-Cell Concept Mercedes-Benz unveiled the SLS AMG E-Cell prototype, a bad-boy supercar painted acid yellow with gullwing doors and four electric motors. For the production model, Mercedes expects to install a lithium-ion battery pack with a range of about 130 miles. Base price is expected to be $250,000. When the car becomes available in 2013, it will feature the equivalent of 526 horsepower, a top speed of 155mph, and a four-second 60.


Porsche 918 RSR Concept Heads also turned toward the Porsche 918 RSR, a lowslung hybrid racing car with two electric motors and an electric flywheel that captures energy during braking. Porsche announced plans to build a street version of the 918 earlier this year. Li-ion Inizio Concept “We’re all working together to create a paradigm shift,” says Steve Goldberg, media relations director at Li-ion. “And that not easy to do.” Newcomer Li-ion’s electric Inizio is a sexy roadster, reminiscent of a Lamborghini. Capable of speeds up to170 mph and a 3.4-second 60, its battery pack is good for a range of 150 miles. Yours for a cool $139,000 it’s not exactly an economy car, but that’s not the point. By: Alison Nuemer Lara

Automotive Street Style | January/February 2011 | Newsworthy



TORONTO - CIBC announced today that a record $4.1 million was raised for Canadian kids in need on CIBC Miracle Day, held on December 1, 2010. The amount raised on the day was the largest in the 26-year history of the campaign.

Miracle Day and will ensure that thousands of kids in Canada have a brighter 2011. These funds will give children in their formative years access to a wide range of vital support services and enrichment opportunities.”

Jerome “JYD” Williams was on hand to motivate and rally the DoggPound in these challenging times. “At a time when so many charities are struggling for donations, I’m proud to announce that once again our employees and clients delivered to help children across the country,” says Richard Nesbitt, Chairman and CEO, CIBC World Markets Inc. “The record $4.1 million is more than a 17 per cent increase over what we raised last year on CIBC

Every year since 1984, on the first Wednesday in December, CIBC’s wholesale banking employees and participating CIBC Wood Gundy investment advisors have donated their fees and commissions to support children in need across the country. In the past 26 years, CIBC Miracle Day has raised nearly $60 million in Canada . CIBC is committed to supporting causes that

matter to our clients, our employees and our communities. We aim to make a difference in communities through corporate donations, sponsorships and the volunteer spirit of employees. With a strategic focus on youth, education and health, and employee commitment to causes including the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure, the CIBC Children’s Foundation and United Way , we are investing in the social and economic development of communities across the country. In 2010, CIBC group of companies contributed $33.7 million to charitable and nonprofit initiatives in Canada to support national, regional and local organizations.

To learn more, visit


Automotive Street Style | January/February 2011 | JYD Project


hAPPEnIngS: CES ShOW BY Jerome Williams


he 2011 Consumer Electronics Show will be remembered as the year mobile took over. no one was talking about who had the biggest HDTv, it was all about tablets that could do no wrong and super-phones so powerful they can double as laptops. To make this possible, AmD and Intel’s new platforms combine the CPU and graphics card on a single chip. Our Ten Best of CES Award Winners represent the most innovative products among dozens we saw at the show, from dual-core handsets and 3D camcorders, to Android for your car.

#1: RIM’s Seven-Inch BlackBerry PlayBook

This tablet is one of the most anticipated devices of 2011, having won the JYD vote before anyone even had a chance to play with one. Today, RIM announced the Wi-Fi only version of the slate will start selling this spring at an undisclosed price RIM says will be “competitive” with other devices. No word yet on which retailers or carriers will sell the Wi-Fi only PlayBook. What is clear though is the company has really focused on multi-tasking. Unlike Android, the BlackBerry Tablet OS has task-closing built in.


#2 Sony HDR-TD10

Two lenses and two sensors make S 3D camera capable of double full H capturing footage in 3D or 2D, this April for $1,500) is the Swiss army k can watch your recordings in 3D on the glasses-free 3.5-inch LCD display. And when you’re ready to watch your creation on the big screen, files created by the camcorder will play in 3D on your Playstation 3 or 3D-capable TV. If 3D video is truly the way of the future, this is the camcorder you’ll want to have by your side.

Automotive Street Style | January/February 2011 | Happenings: CES Show 2011

#3 Splashtop Remote for Android

ake Sony HDR-TD10 the first full HD video. Whether you’re this shooter (available in my knife of video cams. You 3D D y

No more copying your favorite music and movies onto the SD card of your Android 2.2 device. With the Splashtop Remote app, users gain full access to their homebound PCs. That means pictures, video, documents, games, and any other file or program on your main PC is up for grabs, no matter where you are. Splashtop’s remote connection is so strong, you’ll feel like your treasured media files are right in front of you. And that’s the point.

#4 Alienware M17x

How do you improve upon one of the word’s fastest notebooks? If you’re Dell, you update your popular Alienware M17x gaming rig with the latest Sandy Bridge CPUs and Nvidia GTX 460 graphics. Then, you do something really radical: enable wireless streaming of games from the notebook to an HDTV-without lag.

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Lebron James just picked up a new car to add to his fleet of cars in Miami. This time he picked up an all white 2010 Camaro SS. The car is completely white except for the gloss black emblem, the tinted windows, and a thin black pinstripe racing stripes. I like the idea of going all white on a Camaro, I have never seen it done before. The all white multi spoke wheels also look good on this car. I love the staggered lips on the wheels. The only thing I would have changed would be to add either a flat back or solid color in the racing stripe outlines. I think it would give this smooth ride an even bigger bark!!! All in all, the “King” definitely has good taste in his cars and this is no exception.


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Automotive Street Style | January/February 2011 | Marketplace


by: Stan Mitchell

Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching and for your special evening out Las Vegas has a menu and restaurant to satisfy anyone’s taste and budget. If you have a refined palette or want to indulge in some comfort food, Las Vegas has more dining options than almost anywhere in the world. Now considered one of the most renowned food capitals of the world, in Las Vegas you can have unique dining experiences that will satisfy all your senses. Below we’ve listed some of our favorites, but remember, these are some of the best Bellagio - 3600 S. Las Vegas Blvd. so make your reservation early and Las Vegas, NV, 89109 bon appétit! (702) 693-7223

• Michael Mina

• Nobhill Tavern MGM Grand - 3799 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV, 89109 (702) 891-7337 Cuisine: Californian, American Average cost: $35 or more Payment types accepted: AMEX, VISA, MASTERCARD, DISCOVER, CASH Hours: Sunday - Thursday, 5:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. Friday - Saturday, 5:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. Reservations: Reservations Optional Nobhill Tavern is offering a $59 per person prix-fixe menu with an appetizer, main and dessert course. Choose from several options in each category. Enjoy a sommelier wine pairing for $31 more per person. Nobhill Tavern received the Best of Award of Excellence from Wine Spectator in 2008. Nobhill Tavern is recognized as a 2005 AAA Four Diamond restaurant. Nobhill Tavern Review: A streamlined, sleek restaurant, Nobhill is modern San Franciscan elegance at its finest.


Cuisine: Seafood, American Average cost: $55 to $100 Payment types accepted: AMEX, VISA, MASTERCARD, DISCOVER, CASH Hours: Thursday - Tuesday, 5:30 p.m. - 10 p.m. Reservations: Reservations Suggested Michael Mina Review: When it comes to the notion of eating seafood in the desert, this chic, cuttingedge room breaks the mold. You’ll enter through the hotel’s flower-filled conservatory and drink in the natural stone floor, wood-paneled ceiling and rusticity of the place. Chef Michael Mina’s creations are stunning -- an exquisite caviar parfait, tempura prawns with a light truffle cream, sea bass marinated in Japanese miso, a rich lobster pot pie that turns the tables on traditional Yankee frugality. Desserts, such as a New Age root beer float, are up to the task. Michael Mina is a 2005 Epicurean Award winner for Best Seafood. Michael Mina was named Best Service restaurant in Las Vegas Life magazine’s 2007 Epicurean Awards.

Automotive Street Style | January/February 2011 | Restaurant Showcase

• Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House

• Joël Robuchon

MGM Grand - 3799 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV, 89109 (702) 891-7374

MGM Grand - 3799 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV, 89109 (702) 891-7925

Cuisine: Cajun Average cost: $25 to $35 Payment types accepted: AMEX, VISA, MASTERCARD, DISCOVER, CASH Hours: Lunch: Daily, 11 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Dinner: Daily, 5:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.

Cuisine: French, Seafood Average cost: $100 or more Payment types accepted: AMEX, VISA, MASTERCARD, CASH Hours: Sunday - Thursday, 5:30 p.m. - 10 p.m. Friday - Saturday, 5:30 p.m. - 11 p.m.

Reservations: Reservations Suggested Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House Review: Emeril Lagasse’s New Orleans Fish House has undergone a complete renovation and now boasts a larger café, oyster bar and a handsome new look. New Orleans’ favorite chef and the Food Network’s biggest star wisely added only a few new dishes. Chef Jean Paul Labadie says the savory barbecued shrimp are as hot as ever, the Louisiana cedar-planked campfire steak is a joy and the sweet-and-spicy seared salmon served with blue potato hash is memorable. All the signature dishes from the New Orleans Emeril’s are still featured.

Reservations: Reservations Required There are two separate menus at Joël Robuchon: 6-course and 16-course, not including wine and other beverages. There are also four special tasting menus ranging from $89 - $195 per person with various combinations of soups, appetizers, main courses, cheeses and desserts. Attire is business casual with jackets required for men.

The newly expanded outdoor café near the ever-popular oyster bar is always busy. Come early to get a seat at the oyster bar. No matter how much you eat at Emeril’s, save room for the famous banana cream pie with a banana crust and drizzles of caramel sauce. It can be shared by two, but you won’t want to give up one crumb of this most requested dessert.

Joël Robuchon was honored in 2006 with a Mobil Five-Star Award.Joël Robuchon is the only restaurant in Las Vegas to receive three Michelin stars in 2009’s Michelin Guide. Joël Robuchon was named Best Chef in Las Vegas Life magazine’s 2007 Epicurean Awards. Joël Robuchon was named Best French restaurant in Las Vegas Life magazine’s 2007 Epicurean Awards.

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Weekly Cruise–Ins

This Month’s Car Shows

Boulder City Donut Run

02/11 - 02/12, 2011 Gear Heads 3-Car/Truck/and Bike Show Family Festival

Every other Saturday, 7am-9am Tasty Pastries 825 Nevada Highway Hosted by 2 Guys and 3 Other Guyz Car Club

Cars & Coffee

Every Saturday, 8am-11am Sansone Park Place Shopping Center. 9500 S. Eastern (215 & Eastern Ave.)

Classic Cruisers & Coffee Every Sunday, 8am-10am Boulder Station Casino Parking Garage

West End Boys

Every Sunday, 7am-10am Santa Fe Mining Co. across the street from Santa Fe Casino


Every Saturday, 8am-10am Denny’s Restaurant at I-215 & Tropicana Jake: 702-491-2161

Henderson Donut Run

Every Saturday, 7am-9am Friendly Donuts, 806 Boulder Highway In Smith’s Shopping Center Hosted by 2 Guys and 3 Other Guyz Car Clubs

TUCKERS Classic Auto Parts Every Saturday, 9am-12pm 7685 Commercial Way in Henderson FREE Coffee & Snacks to ALL Hot Rods


Yuma, Arizona Location: 3261 S. AVENUE 6E Contact Phone: 928-276-2190

02/24 - 02/27, 2011 2011 Super Convention and Car Show

Las Vegas, Nevada Location: Tropicana Hotel Contact Phone: 877-832-2779 Website:

02/19 - 02/20, 2011 Desert Classic Races

Desert Center, California Location: Chuckwalla Valley Raceway Contact Phone: 760-766-1777 Website:

02/25 - 02/27, 2011 McCormicks Palm Springs Classic Car Auction

Palm Springs, California Location: Spa Resort Casino here in downtown Contact Phone: 760-320-3290 Website:

Automotive Street Style | January/February 2011 | Shows & Events

Las Vegas is one of the few places where you can find such a large selection of shows and performances year-round, there are stage performances from some of the best-known professional dancers, singers and theatre artists in the world. After you’ve enjoyed that fabulously romantic dinner, why not take in one of the many shows available. Here are a few shows to consider while the nights’ still young!







Mystere Theatre (Located inside Treasure Island - TI) 3300 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89109

V Theater (Located inside Planet Hollywood) 3663 Las Vegas Boulevard South Las Vegas, NV 89109

Zumanity Theater (Located inside New York - New York) 3790 Las Vegas Boulevard South Las Vegas, NV 89109

V Theater (Located inside Planet Hollywood) 3663 Las Vegas Boulevard South Las Vegas, NV 89109

LOVE Theater (Located inside Mirage) 3400 Las Vegas Boulevard South Las Vegas, NV 89109

Phantom Theatre (Located inside Venetian) 3355 Las Vegas Boulevard South Las Vegas, NV

Car Rally & Car Show Weekend at Town Square Sunday May 1st, 2011 sign up at



Automotive Street Style | January/February 2011 | GM Performance: GTO



Josiah Coy’s love affair with cars took this ‘65 GTO from “basic” to “bodacious” while consuming three years of his life. The original engine was replaced with one newly rebuilt. He scored a virgin 455 block and Craig and Vong Dang at Top of the Hill in Livermore, California, built it with a stout bottom end, Edelbrock heads, a Demon Six Shooter three-deuce carb setup.

can find in a candy store.

Josiah powder coated the chassis, then stripped and repainted the entire car. Along the way, he added more “goodies” than you

To see more of this bodacious ’65 GTO before, during and after the build, visit Josiah at


The result; a feature in HOT ROD Magazine, Josiah’s new shop “Coybilt Works” and a debut at SEMA 2009, winning an award from General Motors for “Best Midsize Vehicle” and the “Top 25 at SEMA” from the SEMA organization.

Automotive Street Style | January/February 2011 | Performance


There is no difficulty that enough love will not conquer, no disease that enough love will not heal, no door that enough love will not bridge, no wall that enough love will not throw down, no sin that enough love will not redeem. It makes no difference how deeply seated may be the trouble, how hopeless the outlook, how muddled the tangle, how great the mistake. A sufficient realization of love will dissolve it all. If only you could love enough, you could be the happiest and most powerful being in the world.

~ Emmet Fox

Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails.

1 Corinthians 13:4-8 NIV


Automotive Street Style | January/February 2011 | Marketplace

Jan/Feb 2011  

Automotive Street Style's January/February Edition featuring the 2011 Dodge Charger, Labron "King" James, Amber Rose and so much more!

Jan/Feb 2011  

Automotive Street Style's January/February Edition featuring the 2011 Dodge Charger, Labron "King" James, Amber Rose and so much more!