It's that time of year again boys and girls, the SEMA show is upon us and we are busily getting ready. We have been working with premier shops who are building some of the sickest rides to debut in the city that never sleeps. Here you can see a glimpse of what to expect at this year’s SEMA show.

Truckin’ Magazine ’09 Dodge Ram
Rendering by: R.J. Silva at www.eyekandydesigns.com

Our in-house 2009 Dodge Ram, code-named Project Black Sheep, has been revamped and given a new nickname, Project Lead Sled. We stripped it down and repainted it. Then we bolted on a set of 26-inch Raceline billet wheels. Inside will have a slightly new look and the audio system will sound even better. Be sure to stop by the Truckin' row of customs to check it out.


Project New Guy
'00 Chevy Silverado
Rendering by: www.keg-media.com

The next truck is a personal favorite, because it happens to be mine. It’s a 2000 Chevy Silverado that lays frame on 22-inch Bonspeed billets. The theme is simple and functional, as it is my daily driver. You will be able to follow the build up of it right here in Truckin' magazine starting in just a few short months.


Brad Boseman
'01 Excursion
Rendering by: Joel Nelson at www.1320designs.com

Currently at Lowboy Motorsports, Brad’s Excursion took a lot of work to get it to lay body on 26-inch Dub Hustla 8s. Updating the look of this old girl is a 2010 Super Duty front end. Also, the body has been freshened up thanks to a shave and a new, flamed paintjob. The interior will be completely finished and ready to be showcased at the SEMA show.


Steven Harris
'05 Chevy Silverado

Steve’s extended-cab Bow Tie is one-of-a-kind. The factory suspension has been severely modified in order to lay out on 30-inch Lexani Dial wheels. Alamo Customs, in Alvin, Texas, then cut three inches out of the cab, taking away from the profile, but adding to the cool factor. The door handles, antenna, and driprails were shaved and the body was coated in several coats of BASF cherry red paint and clear. To finish off the body, a billet mesh grille was installed with billet bumper inserts.


Tony Guerrero
'08 Tahoe

This gorgeous spectacle belongs to Tony Guerrero. Starting with a stock 2008 Chevy Tahoe, Tony had the whole thing stripped down. He then molded in front and rear bumpers, shaved all the handles and body lines, and bolted on a full air suspension and 28-inch Raceline wheels. We can’t wait to check out this sick ride in Vegas.


Dave Timm
'60 F100
Rendering by: R.J. Silva at www.eyekandydesigns.com

From the Midwest comes this 1960 Ford F-100. Currently being built by 2 Brothers Custom Trucks, this Blue Oval has been given a better stance, a clean body, and 24-inch Centerline Smoothie wheels. Under the hood sits a 292ci Y-block V-8 that is outfitted with twin turbochargers and a massive intercooler. This is definitely a must-see truck.


Todd Burton
'90 Chevy C/K standard cab dualie
Rendering by: Joel Nelson at www.1320designs.com

What would a ’bagged and bodied ’90 Chevy standard-cab dualie look like if Chevrolet made it some 21 years ago? That question was running around Todd Burton’s brain one day, and out came the welders to make his vision a reality. As the owner of Lowboy Motorsports in Mesa, Arizona, Todd has both the talent and resources to ’bag and body the truck, which will easily tuck the custom-cut 22-inch Alcoa semi wheels. A simple and factory-looking red and white two-tone will feature airbrushed graphics within the white, while a welded roll pan, sectioned front bumper, and extended fenders will separate it from other Bow Tie trucks. We can’t wait to check out this bad boy in Vegas.