I am incredibly happy to say that SuperStreet got in contact with me to feature my personal s2000, the BosStylists show car, on the cover of the December issue of Super Street Magazine (USA). Charles Trieu, a Super Street Magazine employee, contacted me around 5 months ago after spotting the build thread of my car on a forum, stating they might be interested in featuring my car in their magazine once it was completed. This eventually developed and once the car was close to completion I was contacted by Jonathan Wong, the editor, who stated they wanted to feature the car as a cover car. This was obviously a great opportunity for me, as not only have I always wanted to have my car on the cover of a magazine but this is a US magazine, where the cars are much more competitive! On top of this obviously it is a great opportunity to advertise the company and the work I can do. What might you say is BosStylists .. [Quoted from Super Street] ' So I’ve mentioned BosStylists a few times now but haven’t really explained it. Ralph is the director of his new company, BosStylists, and has a website that everyone should check out (BosStylists ). Bossino came up with the idea of BosStylists while building his S2K. “I have always wanted to get involved in the tuning industry in some form, and during the project I finally had an idea that I thought would be worth pursuing.” Bossino tells us. “The idea behind it is to build high end fully-modified cars and to offer car enthusiasts around the world the opportunity to win [them] .” So if while reading this you have thought to yourself “man I’d give anything to have a car like that” now is your chance.' [The next car available to be won is another widebody s2000 with an estimated 700whp - check the blog for details] The best part of the company from my view is the public interaction in the build process of the car. The process begun back in September and for one month, allowed people to log on and ‘create’ their favourite s2000, from a chosen selection of high end parts (something that has been described by many as being like a computer game), being able to see their selection in a virtual image at the end of the process. After the selection process a car featuring the most popular parts will be built, and members of the pubilc will be able buy tickets for $30 and play the game to win the final product. After a number of emails and phone calls we decided on a date for the photoshoot to take place. That was eventually delayed as Jonathan had to send a photographer across the US to shoot the car, and he wanted to wait until his cover car photographer, Wes Allison, had a gap in his schedule to guarantee good results. Having seen the results am I glad we waited to have him shoot the car as the outcome is … well I will let you judge for yourself, some of the images are attached below. Hopefully this is the beginning of something successful whereby there will be many more magazine features with a variety of different cars that I build in the future. For now I would like to thank Jonathan Wong (editor of Super Street), Charles Trieu (Who spotted my car in the first place) and Wes Allison for some excellent photos and an overall great feature of the car. In all this we cannot forget Andres (RAW Racing) for making all this possible, Mike (Bulletproof Automotive) and the guys at SFC, as well as my family for putting up with this for over a year! If you are interested in higher resoultion images of the car visit Ralph's Blog . If you are still not satisfied and want larger images (up to 5000 pixels) feel free to let me know which one you would like and I will email it to you.