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If you want the end result to stand out from the others, you have to change it up, go the extra mile, and build it right.
Vic Figueroa is not your typical mini-trucker. Vic is a family first type of guy, but that doesn’t stop him from thinking about what he is going to do next to this insanely detailed Nissan.
There is something about a standard cab mini-truck that just relates to the inner trucker in all of us.
Justin’s truck went under the knife by installing a set of modified stock upper and lower control arms up front.
Bad Call param: Empty Page Id List
The story for this Billy Bob Customs-built 1962 Datsun NL320 is a tale of just that -- extra garage time that snowballed into this amazing creation!
When building your very first full-custom mini-truck you might not always get it right the first time around.
Team-Building Exercise Turns Into Conversation Piece Wherever there are enthusiasts, it seems, invariably, that one of the projects that eventually pop up is a pickup conversion of a car.
Larry Larson Runs Scorching 6.16-Second Quarter at 219 MPH When most people hear or think of the term “fastest car in the world,” such thoroughbred names as Ferrari, Bugatti, and Porsche come to mind.
There are many reasons why we spend every waking moment and extra dollar we have building custom trucks.
Winding Down of Aussie-Built Holdens Going Out with Bang With General Motors’ announcement to close manufacturing operations in Australia by 2017, the curtain is about to fall on the country’s domestic auto manufacturing for good.
When it comes to building the perfect mini-truck, the beauty is that there really is no “right” or “wrong” way.
We weren’t kidding when we said that mini-truckin’ isn’t dead; in fact, it now spans the globe in every direction, both Pacific and Atlantic.
No matter where your comfort level is when it comes to practicing certain skills, it can always be traced back to a starting point -- a place and time when hopes were high and experience was low.
Mini Truckin' now exists as this section of Truckin magazine, but now, you'll have real enthusiasts at the helm creating fresh and unique content.
Luckily for a guy like Aaron Combs, he handled his big plans of having a quickly built show truck derailing from the tracks rather well, and his old lady has been right behind him to help finish his 1989 Ford Ranger—only pushing lightly, of course.
This 1993 Toyota Pickup truck is Jorge’s personal creative outlet, and you’ve only just begun to see where he’s taking it.
"Ordinary" is how Andy Steider describes his 1992 Toyota Pickup before he decided to take drastic measures about it.
Massachusetts company creates conversion kit to turn Volkswagen Golf or Jetta IV into a sweet little pickup.
Check out this Chevy S-10 competing in this years Truckin Throwdown! If light weight and a lot of power are a recipe for performance, then Bill Speed’s 1994 Chevrolet S-10 is one tasty treat, with a stripped down S-10 chassis packing more than 400 horses.