One of the regulars in Sport Truck is the Pinup section at the back of the magazine. For this retro issue, we decided to put together this expanded section with a couple of actual pinup girls. The models we found are actually a part of the rockabilly scene and dress like the girls from old-school pinup mags. Going along with this theme, we decided to shoot at Coast Airbrush in Anaheim, California. This shop is dedicated to all types of painted artwork and sells everything needed to attempt your own masterpiece. For more information on these artist creations, check out the Coast Airbrush website, wwwcoastairbrush.com. As for the girls in this section, enjoy.
Andi Pandi posed in front...
Andi Pandi posed in front of Steve Vandemon's grinded metal tiki and doug door's painted tools.
Name: Andi Pandi
Hometown: Rancho Cucamonga, California
Marital Status: Married
Occupation: Artist and model
How did you become a pinup model?
It happened accidentally; I'm a pinup artist and joined a modeling site, so I could get better photos of the gals I was drawing. Then, I started to get requests from photographers to shoot me. I thought, hey, why not? It took off from there.
How did you get your pinup name?
It was a childhood nickname and just seemed to fit.
How do you spend your free time?
I guess in my free time I hang out with my husband or go to the local bar with my great friend, Ivy.
What do you drive?
I drive a silver '05 Toyota Corolla. It gets awesome gas mileage for all the crazy driving I do.
What is the vehicle of your dreams?
For modern cars, I like the Audi A5 or a BMw in black, of course. For a vintage car, I'd love to have an older Cadillac deVille.