Issue 3
1970 Chevy C10
Terry and Ann Roberson - Forney, Texas

Inspired by a Habanero pepper, Terry and Ann built a truck that is hotter than hot. A 545hp big-block has no problem smoking the 18-inch-wide rear Mickey Thompson meats and a Ride Tech air suspension keeps the Chevy riding low around every corner. PPG Torch Red paint covers the all-steel body and almost burns your eyes. Opening the doors exposes the all-leather interior, including the seat, dash, door panels, and headliner. Following a clean and simple design philosophy, the Roberson's created a beautiful classic truck that can smoke most rides from stoplight to stoplight and snag trophies at all venues.

Issue 5
2004 Dodge Ram
Tony Saenz - Andrews, Texas

Proving Dodge Rams can lay out and take home the gold, Tony's Dodge features stunning PPG paint sprayed by Demented Customs, an airbagged stance tucking 22-inch Bonspeed wheels, and a shaved body. Inside the doors, six 12-inch TMA subs pound you into submission as the leather-covered seats provide masochistic comfort. Once the sun hits those flame licks and the green sparkles in the Texas sunshine, you instantly realize why Tony's Ram is a Top 10 truck.

Issue 9
1956 Chevy Cameo
Les Allen - Arlington, Washington

Sexy just sitting still, this Chevy truck was built using the best of the best. A mandrel-bent Art Morrison frame supports the Ride Tech airbag components, Wilwood disc brakes, and Colorado Custom billet wheels on each corner. Powering the Cameo is a 406ci V-8, force-fed by a Procharger supercharger churning out a massive 700 hp. A two-toned leather interior sets off the steel dash with digital gauges and for you purists out there, Les rows through the gears himself via a Richmond six-speed. It looks fast sitting still and in the blink of an eye is a black blur, long gone.

Issue 11
1999 GMC Sierra
Chad Jumonville - White Castle, Louisiana

Absolutely stunning in person, Chad's Sierra dominates the fullsize GM category as he rests the smoothed body onto the Louisiana tarmac. Tucking 22-inch Billet Specialties wheels, the extended cab features an air-ride suspension with Slam 'bags, dual Viair compressors, and a Lexan bed cutout to view all of the detail work. Black leather and suede fit the hot-rod theme, while a flowing center console shows the creativity of a craftsman. Painted a custom PPG blue, the truck interior oozes class and perfectly matches the perfect exterior. It’s as nice as a late-model truck can get.