skip to content
Driving Line Mark Logo

Readers' Rides: What's In Your Garage

We asked you to show us what you drive, and it ends up that your garages are just as diverse as ours are! DrivingLine readers clearly have a keen eye and attention to detail when it comes to modifying their rides.

Interested in submitting yours? Send in a photo and a couple sentences about what makes it special to editor@drivingline.com and it could appear here and in print next!

Scott-Ishida-Datsun-260z

Scott Ishida | 1974 Datsun 260Z

Growing up with a father who was interested in cars, I got hooked from looking through old school Japanese magazines. I love the way the bodylines of the Z flow with such craftsmanship; it’s like art on wheels. And when I drive it as it was meant to be, I love hearing the carburetors sing to me while I open it up. Neil-DeLaCruz-Toyota-Starlet

Neil De La Cruz | 1981 Toyota Starlet

Growing up in the Philippines, my entire family was in love with cars; old schools were my father and oldest brother’s main calling – and the main reason I wanted to build this Starlet. It was in poor condition when I first got it, but that allowed me to build it from scratch and do the build the right way. Eliza-Alonzo-Toyota-FJ-Cruiser

Eliza Alonzo | 2013 Toyota FJ Cruiser

While the FJ serves as my reliable daily commuter, its subtle modifications give me the opportunity to do occasional bump and grind trail runs with friends as well. I hope to add a few more upgrades, but for now I really look forward to camping and long road trips - going places that I haven’t been before. Steve-Lounsbury-1964-Impala

Steve Lounsbury | 1964 Impala Super Sport

The 1964 Impala Super Sport is the nostalgia car for 2015. Every guy that bought this car before leaving for Vietnam wishes their younger brother hadn't totaled it while they were gone and are now out looking for it. Nick-Schultz-370z

Nick Schultz | 2009 Nissan 370Z

Not only does this 370Z compete in road racing challenges, such as the post-SEMA Optima Ultimate Street Car Challenge, but it never went out to a shop for any work. Designed originally from a sketch, painted and airbrushed in my garage, with sculpted carbon fiber from scratch as well. I didn’t build this to trailer, it gets driven and enjoyed! Steven Krause 325iS

Steven Krause | 1988 BMW 325iS

I think it's awesome because it's a survivor. In addition to being my daily driver, I use it for HPDEs and it never lets me down.  195k miles and it still turn heads and turns on a dime!  I track this car on Nitto NT05s. Who doesn't like seeing classic German metal stretching it's legs on a track?  I don't want to know those who don't.  We want to see what's in YOUR garage!

Return to Top

Recommended For You

Loading ...