Baby MobileJason Sceinmeyer of Milledgeville, Georgia, enjoys cleaning up his '98 Chevy Silverado after his infant son causes chaos in the interior. Jason has modified his truck by giving it 20-inch KMC Thunder wheels wrapped in Cooper rubber and an ARE tonneau cover. For extra power underneath, an Airaid intake system, a Poweraid throttle-body spacer, and an Optima battery were installed.
Funky F-150Joseph Negrete of Ft. Worth, Texas, upgraded his '02 Ford F-150 to make the truck as funky as the town he lives in. With 20-inch chrome Kronix wheels wrapped in Goodyear rubber, the front dropped 4 inches, and a rearend air suspension, the truck drives smoothly around town. The interior was modified to match the sleek design of the outside, with the dash and door panels replaced with a carbon-fiber finish; a JL audio sound system provides booming sound.
Stolen & FoundMarcus Romero of Fresno, California, had little hope of ever finding his Chevy Silverado after it was stolen. But once his truck was found, he decided to upgrade it as much as he could. The front end was changed to chrome with euro lights and a custom grille. The truck was dropped, and 22-inch wheels were installed along with a booming sound system.
Lime C10When Jason H. of Los Banos, California, first came across this Chevy C10, it was owned by a high-school kid and had a black, rusted paintjob. Jason felt the urge to purchase the truck and give a new stylish look. The first step was to remove the blown-out engine and the ripped seats. After the body's exterior was changed, a new engine was installed, and a new paintjob was laid down. For more roar under the hood, a Flowmaster exhaust was installed.
Ridin' XtremeJosh Stecher of Frankville, New Jersey, has been working on his '03 Chevy S-10 for show and tell. The truck was first given an Alpine audio system with 12-inch subs and an 800-watt amp along with 6-inch speakers. Power under the hood includes a K&N air filter with a Flowmaster exhaust with hidden dump tips. It rides on Boss 20-inch wheels wrapped in Nitto rubber.
Pop's SonomaThis '96 GMC Sonoma belongs to Corey Compton of Knob Lick, Kentucky. Corey received the truck from his grandfather and began to work on it immediately. So far, Corey has installed a stainless hose kit and a Ground Force 3-inch kit. A K&N air filter helps the power under the hood breathe. The truck rolls on 17-inch Center Line wheels with a CheckMate tonneau cover.
Wish Come TrueBeing an avid reader of Truckin', Miguel Grado of Waverly, Missouri, has been inspired to modify his '97 Chevy Tahoe. Miguel replaced the grille and lights and installed 20-inch wheels wrapped in Nitto rubber. The interior was given an entertainment system for a more enjoyable ride.
Fly AwayThis '04 Ford Lighting 5.4L is owned by Damien Doyscher of Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Damien added 22-inch wheels and changed the doors to suicide style for a slick upgrade.
Routine...NOTWhen Kevin Smitley of Milton, Florida, first purchased his ,'02 GMC Sierra, he intended to use it as his daily driver. That soon changed after his first upgrade: some 20-inch wheels wrapped in Goodyear rubber. Soon after, nerf bars and a K&N air filter were installed. Upcoming plans are to add a dual exhaust.
Texas RideThe proud owner of this '94 Chevy Silverado is Kelly Anderson of Paris, Texas. The truck has been upgraded since its first time in Readers' Rides with a Flowmaster exhaust and a K&N air filter for power. The truck has also become a racing machine on its 17-inch Eagle wheels and Nitto rubber. Kelly has taken his truck to several shows to show off the finished project.