Messages from the editor


First off, it's time for everyone to start sweating a little about SEMA and start calling in for back-up. Call anyone and everyone to help get that project vehicle ready for the big show. Even if they can't help on the ride, they can at least order pizza and run after more cases of beer. For this year's Gauge Magazine SEMA vehicle, we teamed back up with Jonn Farr to create Project Rum Runner. You can check out the progress at


Secondly, I think it's time for some changes here at Gauge Magazine.  We have been online for nearly 12 years now, and it's time to put down some new carpet.  Only thing is - I'm going to make you wait to see what exactly I'm talking about. Who knows? Maybe we are relocating to the West Coast, or maybe even the East Coast. It's possible that there is a new editor coming aboard and putting my old ass out shoveling snow. What I do know is it's just in time to reveal at SEMA. So don't get your panties in a's only a month away.


Now it's time to talk about this October issue you have at your finger tips.
On the cover we have Mark Goeringer's Egyptian themed 1992 Mazda B2200 with Pussycat Gauge Girl Megan Force courtesy of photographer Rasor. Next, we have Richard Miller's 1972 C-10 Blazer, captured by Brad Walker, followed up by Spencer Guignet's 1995 Pontiac Sunfire Convertible shot by Double D.
Last, but not least, we have Jeremy Kinton with his 1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse and model Aleksandra. Show coverage this month includes Road Rumble in Indiana, shot by Double D, Slamily Reunion in Arkansas covered by Wes Skillman, Severed Ties Cruise in So Cal shot by Cheri, TS Performance Show and Shine in Kentucky covered by Brad Walker, and Mike Butry covered the Royaltz show in Pennsylvania.

Until next time, book your hotels for Vegas, finish those rides, drive safely and buy me a lap dance!


Dan “Double D” Davis
Editor – Gauge Magazine

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