Ram of Fire
Jeff Troxell of Las Vegas is the owner of this fiery Dodge Ram. Jeff installed a Kenne Bell supercharger and Gibson headers, and he flamed out the windshield and side windows. The truck rides on 20-inch Twinspin wheels and has a shaved tailgate. For future add-ons, the interior and audio system will be upgraded for Jeff's listening pleasure.

Lime-Green Machine
This '94 Nissan Hardbody pickup belongs to Bryan Bahr of Topeka, Kansas. As Bryan tells us, he first received the truck in 2000 and began to modify the vehicle right away. First, Sony speakers were installed in the rear and everything from the interior was removed. The interior was changed from gray to jet-black. Then, the truck was dropped 4 inches all the way around using blocks and cranked-down torsion bars. For exterior styling, a set of 15-inch Player Wire wheels were added, and the truck was painted lime-green with a gold clearcoat. A Pioneer DEH 7200 CD player and a Python 650ESP alarm system were the final installation. Thanks to Bob Limke and Schiffelbein Concrete Construction, Bryan will continue to modify his truck even more.

Saved & Shaved
At only 16 years old, Kris Bishop of Ava, Missouri, knows the value of what really makes a truck. Kris saved this '99 Ford F-150 Sport 4x4 from rotting in a local salvage yard, and it took about six months for the truck to be repaired. The outside was changed to look updated, and the grille was changed to an upper and lower chrome piece with corner lights and black Sonar projector headlights. Underhood, the 5.8L V-8 is still stock, with the exception of a Flowmaster 40 Series SI/DO muffler. As for sound, the head unit was replaced with a Pioneer AVX-7300 DVD player, with a 7-inch screen, Infinity Kappa 572.5 door speakers were installed, and two 12-inch Infinity Reference subs were added for some bass, powered by a Lanzar Vibe248 amp