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  1. A well-preserved 1971 Datsun 521 pickup won its class at the 2017 Concours d’Elegance of Texas last week, beating out other vintage trucks for top honors.
  2. While clearly some promises have been stretched to their limit, Torchia broke the mold with this build.
  3. With roughly 25 trades under his belt, Joseph finally settled on the truck that would make him want to stop.
  4. You can take the man away from the truck culture, but you can never take the truck culture away from the man.
  5. Builder Brandt Jenkins may be a little closer to his goal of opening his own custom shop, thanks to his 2002 Ford F-250 lifted truck.
  6. Long, long ago in a galaxy not too different from our own, one particular enthusiast was in the midst of having his entire world shattered and reshaped.
  7. Jeffrey Jones’ 2013 GMC Sierra Denali HD truck stands out from the rest with a chrome Full Throttle Suspension lift, 22-inch wheels, and more.
  8. What if you want your truck to look as good in a decade as it does today? If that’s your thought process, we recommend you follow the formula laid out by Travis Hickman’s ’11 Ford F-250 Super Duty.
  9. When he reached driving age, Bo’s father purchased the custom Chevy from Dustin and gave it to Bo as his first vehicle.
  10. This truck was a complete dream-come-true for Hill and his family. He feels truly blessed to be able to do the hobby he loves and build trucks like these.
  11. Tavis Highlander runs HCR Highlander Concept Rendering to showcase his many talents, which run the gamut from vehicle renderings of all types.
  12. Tkach found his 1976 Chevy C30 by accident while doing a job for a friend. Someone was asking if anyone wanted to buy a C30, and he became very interested.
  13. This beyond-custom wooden Ford pickup is likely the most unique truck you have ever seen.
  14. We had high hopes when Legacy Classic Trucks announced it would do a version of the Chevrolet NAPCO pickup from the late 1950s. We were not disappointed.
  15. This beast of a 3500 was completed in about four months. Just a little over 16 weeks was all it took for this dualie to go from stocker to shocker.
  16. This ’00 Dodge is one of the first of its kind, it still holds up even now.
  17. After seeing what he has done in such a short time with his 1988 Chevy S-10, the sky is the limit for Finney.
  18. The show-’n’-shine side of the build actually took a back seat to racing for him, but you could never tell by looking at all the amazing detail work that went into every part of the truck.
  19. Cris Payne—The Truck Guru—strikes again with his 2013 Ram 2500 MegaCab, which was at the SEMA show and also made an appearance in Furious 7.
  20. For most enthusiasts and builders, the phrase, “Happy wife, happy life,” rings a resounding truth, especially when the four letter word “SEMA” is thrown into the mix.
  21. Stage one of this slammed 2015 Tahoe is complete, so now what does Josh have up his sleeve for stage two? That will have to be for another story.
  22. Starting a project is always a stressful time. When your project build doesn’t satisfy you, it’s time to resort to plan B.
  23. When your father has a truck obsession as you are growing up, it’s only a matter of time before that obsession gets passed down.
  24. Bernice is draped in devilish black and red. It’s an appropriate color considering she was finished on Halloween, the night prior to the 2015 SEMA Show.
  25. Daigle and his wife Jennifer purchased a Silverado intending to ’bag it on big billets. It didn't take long to start making plans to customize the new truck.