Ol' Gal's RideThis '04 Ford F-150 belongs to Sharon Winne of Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. Sharon appreciates the art of modifying and upgrading her truck. She gave the truck a 6-inch lift and installed 18-inch wheels wrapped in Nitto rubber to start the upgrades. Next, came a Flowmaster exhaust and a brushguard install. She plans on giving the interior some wild changes in the future.
Good IntentionsThis '99 Chevy S-10 belongs to Steve Krcek of Tallahasee, Florida. Like so many people who first purchase a truck, Steve didn't plan on changing it. But that soon changed after he tinted the windows. The truck was then dropped, and a Xenon body kit was installed. The tailgate was shaved, and a roll pan was welded on. It rides on 18-inch KMC wheels wrapped in Kumho rubber.
DualieThis '03 Chevy 3500 is a daily driver for Shari Padrick of Casey, Illinois. The truck has a stainless grille insert with stainless steprails and custom 19-inch rear mudflaps so that the nice paint coat won't get chipped. The truck is used as a daily driver for Shari and her family, and she plans on modifying the interior in the near future.
Fly AwayTyson Wilber of Billings, Montana, purchased this '95 Chevy Silverado from his grandmother. As a working student, Tyson has worked hard to modify as much as he could. The truck has Lambo doors as well as a sunroof and shaved handles. The interior has an Alpine audio system for entertainment.
Slick S-10Corey Bakley of Tylertown, Mississippi, owns this '95 Chevy S-10. The truck was Corey's first project, and he started out by adding a fiberglass roll pan and a DJM 2/3 drop. The paintjob was customized to match his father's truck, and 12-inch Kicker subs add some bump to the sound system.
Love AffairChad Price of Energy, Illinois, and his wife share a love for trucks. Chad owns the '92 Chevy Silverado that roams on 15-inch wheels and features a 3/4 drop. His wife owns the '99 GMC Yukon that rolls on 20-inch wheels wrapped in Eagle Alloy rubber and has a 3-inch drop in the front and a 2-inch drop in the rear. The couple hopes to modify the interiors of both vehicles
Blue Plate SpecialDan Bennet of Gardners, Pennsylvania, owns this '95 Chevy Extended Cab. The truck was molded in the front to give it some unique styling. Soon after, a stepside bed was bought from another truck to continue the stand-out look. The final touch was a dual exhaust. Future modifications are planned for the interior.
High-School SweetheartThis '65 Ford F-100 belongs to Eric Holtz of Minnetonka, Montana. Eric received the truck in high school and has kept it nice and clean ever since. The power under the hood comes from a 302ci with an Edelbrock Performer carburetor and an intake hooked to a Lincoln four-speed automatic. In the future, Eric plans on upgrading the interior.