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I was very delighted to see my truck in the May 2012 issue of Truckin magazine. I was actually alerted by a friend when he saw it first. Your article is awesome and very accurate. We've made a few changes to the lightning by adding water and methanol injection from Snow Performance. My horsepower now is 1,032 and 887 on the rollers.
Thank you again. It was so nice to see that my truck did make it in Truckin magazine
Truly, Edward Martinez
Ed, we're glad you enjoyed the article. It took a little while, but it was worth the wait.
Far From the Norm
I'm about done with a radically different shop truck build. It's a '63 Ford aluminum Aero step-van that we put a '93 S-10 chassis underneath. We are currently finishing the body drop and back half. Coy gave us some 20x15s so we had to step it up a notch. If the truck is something you might be interested in featuring, I would love to get together and talk some more.
Scott Dees • Scotts Speed and Custom
Scott, after we picked our jaws up from the floor, we all said a resounding yes. Send us some more photos man, that thing is awesome.
New vs. Old Logo
I like the new Truckin format with all the new articles such as Tool and New Truck Reviews, but I like the older Truckin' logo better than the new one.
Did you mean this groovy logo? Thanks for the feedback, we appreciate the support.
Best Custom Truck Line of the Week
When our buddy Ryan at Bed Rug asked us if our F-150 had the optional tailgate step, he said, "Hey man, does that Ford have the stripper pole in the bed?"
Absolutely classic Ryan!