DSCN4405_opt

 

Year Established: 2000 | Website: www.teamc4.biz and www.c4lifestyle.com | Facebook: “TeamC4”

Myspace Page: “team_c4” | Twitter: “teamc4” | PASNATION Team Username: FrankCastaneda

Locations / Chapters: New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Delaware

Number of Members: 30 members

President / Founder: Frank "Sonic" Castaneda

Team Sponsors: NOPI

 

DSCN4308_opt

Club / Team History: TeamC4 was created in 2000 by Frank Sonic Castaneda. This club has grown to over 30 members and represents some of the hottest and most original cars in the East Coast. The club was created to give everyone with the passion about customizing their cars a chance to be part of a family, and compete on the show scene. They think outside the box of what a “carclub” should be, and they think of what a “carclub” can be. It’s a hobby to some, but to TeamC4, it’s a lifestyle!

Awards / Accomplishments: They have a total of 30 team trophies and awards. We have also got 2 movie spotlights featuring some of our show cars, and even got our team name into NASA’s moon orbiter. Plus they have developed a new mobile app, coming soon to the iPhone.

Media Coverage: Rixmag article, Street Trenz article, newspaper (NJ) article, TMM online magazine article, and Performance Auto and Sound Magazine.

Shows Attended: They have had a total of 450 shows since we started the team.

DSCN4354_opt

Organized Meets: This is not the average car club, they are very high tech and complete the important meets online in our forums live chat, but they do meet on weekends just to hang out.

Membership / Modeling Details: Membership is simple, you just have to fill out the application on the site and send it in. As long as you work on the car you’ll do great with the team!

Club Vehicles: TeamC4 has a mixture of everything: classics, imports, domestics, SUVs, and pick ups.

DSCN4343_opt

More Vehicle Features

Underdog: Brandon Hamid's 2006 Toyota Matrix

Brandon Hamid grew up playing with Hot Wheels and toy cars, but he would change little things about the cars whenever he could. The modification bug started at a young age, and continued to his very first built, the Toyota…
Read More

Change-Up: Joon Maeng's S-Chassis Departure Aims for the Podium

Standing out on the Formula Drift grid with a V8-powered Nissan is tough. Although Joon Maeng's S13 was one of the most developed on the grid, he knew he needed something different to peak sponsor interest. After the 2014 season,…
Read More

Rugrat: Sean Driscoll's 2004 Scion xB

Written by Dave Pankew | Photos by Edwin Villanueva There isn’t much you can tell me about kids that I haven’t heard already. Either from my parents or some miserable ex that whined and moaned about poppin’ out some rugrats.…
Read More

Built for the Real World: Josh Mackey's 2010 Mazda 3 iSport Sedan

Written by Josh Mackey / Photography by NWMotiv Function with form: 100% functional, as if it was being rolled off the showroom floor. In 2004, Mazda introduced a new sport compact car on the scene that enthusiasts all over the…
Read More

Pressure Point: Tony Nazzal's 2004 Nissan 350Z

Everyone has a weakness and even the toughest street fighter has a weak spot if you can strike the right pressure point. Tony Nazzal’s 350Z has gone through many iterations over the years, to eliminate all the weak spots he…
Read More