Street Machine

Who: Craig Andreason
What: 2006 Chevrolet Silverado
Where: Phoenix, Arizona

Mods: Vortec 4.8L V-8 with five-speed manual transmission, 3/6-inch drop, Volant cold-air intake, custom 2.5-inch exhaust with no cats, 22-inch Boss 313 wheels, shaved tailgate, shaved bed stake pockets, shaved third brake light, weld-in roll pan, custom blue paint


Powerhouse

Who: Scott Audibert
What: 2003 Dodge Ram 2500
Where: Lubbock, Texas

Mods: 5.9L Cummins making 650 whp, 62/475 twin-turbos at 70 psi, 100hp injectors, Motorsport Diesel Stroker CP3 injection pump, Suncoast race-built 48RE automatic transmission, Hamilton Diesel ported and polished O-ringed head, Hamilton Diesel pushrods and springs, HTT intercooler, tuned via Smarty UDC by Coffman Customs, 2-inch leveling kit, rear helper ’bags, HID projector headlights, SRT-10 hood, Ranch Hand rear bumper, 20-inch wheels, and 35x12.50R20 Nitto Trail Grappler tires. Future plans include dual CP3 injection pumps for 750 whp.


Blown ’68

Who: Josh Graves
What: 1968 Chevrolet C10
Where: Lamar, Missouri

MODS: 350ci small-block V-8, ProCharger supercharger, Edelbrock aluminum heads, Edelbrock intake manifold, Comp Cams cam, Hooker long-tube headers, custom 3-inch exhaust, dragster-style hoodscoop, ’93 Chevy C1500 Sport Side bed, 15-inch American Racing VN69 Ansen Sprint wheels, Cooper Cobra Radial G/T tires, custom charcoal paint, blue pinstriping


Sierra on 26s

Who: Shawn Lander
What: 2009 GMC Sierra
Where: California

Mods: McGaughy’s 2/4-inch lowering kit, rear helper ’bags, 26-inch Drive two-piece wheels, shaved tailgate with flip kit, weld-in roll pan, T-Rex billet grille, Airaid intake, MagnaFlow exhaust, 7-inch JVC touchscreen head unit, headrest monitors, two 12-inch Kicker CompVT subwoofers.


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