Mike Schiesser of Ogdensburg, Wisconsin, has been a fan of Truckin' magazine for as long as he can remember. The features in the magazine inspired him to upgrade his '95 Chevy S-10. For power, a K&N air filter and a Flowmaster exhaust were installed. The truck was dropped 3 inches in the front and 4 inches in the rear, and a Stylin' Concepts body kit was also added. The truck rides on 20-inch Velocity wheels wrapped in Yokohama rubber.
Ryan Hepinger of Washington, Pennsylvania, is the proud owner of this '01 Chevy S-10. Ryan added a K&N air intake, a Xenon body kit, and a Hypertech computer chip. California wheels were added, as was a custom interior with an audio system and 12-inch subs. Future plans include installing LED taillights and a Stylin' Concepts exhaust.
This Chevy S-10 belongs to Mark Sauage of Livingston, Tennessee. Mark first installed a 7/6 Belltech drop with 17-inch Mondera Divinti wheels. The truck rides on blue underbody lights with a Street Scene front bumper cover. For sound and entertainment, Mike installed an Audiobahn sound system and a Playstation 2. Future plans include installing airbags and a custom interior.
Ricky Spaulding of Ormand Beach, Florida, has upgraded his Ford by installing a billet bumper grille and replacing the fiberglass topper. The truck rolls on 20-inch Velocity wheels wrapped in Falken rubber.A Clarion, motorized 7-inch touch-screen was added along with Memphis tweeters and amp.
Robby Vasquez of Atwater, California, owns this '72 Chevy pickup. Robby first received the truck stock from his father but soon began to modify it to give it his own personal touch. The paintjob was left as is, but the engine was chromed out and a K&N air filter was installed. Twenty-inch Kruz YellowStones wheels were added to give the outside look a finishing touch.
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Monica Forschage of Pasadena, Texas, purchased this '04 Chevy Avalanche thinking she was only going to drive it around for a bit before she would give it to her husband, but she fell in love with it. Monica began to upgrade her truck by adding 20-inch Motto Crystal wheels along with a Supernova flame grille and a stainless exhaust system. Future plans include changing the interior for more complete customized look.
This '98 Chevy Silverado belongs to Brad McKelvey of Minco, Oklahoma. When Brad found his truck, it was beat up and rusted, but he began to change all that. The truck was given a new paintjob along with a 4/6 drop and then, later, it was 'bagged. It breathes through a dual Flowmaster exhaust and a K&N filter and rides on 18-inch Falken wheels.