Calin's Pick
Favorite Truck:
Dwayne Holder's '36 Ford
What Issue:
June 2007
Where You Saw It:
Page 42
Why Calin Picked It:
I have 565 reasons I picked Dwayne's Ford and they are all sticking out of the engine compartment. What can I say? I'm a sucker for trucks with excessive amounts of motor stuffed into a lightweight chassis. Now you may be thinking a steel '36 Ford truck isn't that light, but this truck is all fiberglass on a tube chassis, tipping the scales at only 2,600 pounds. Now you see why the title is "Onehelluvaride."

Andy's Pick
Favorite Truck:
Kulvinder Mattu's '05 Chevy Colorado
What Issue:
April 2007
Where You Saw It:
Cover And Page 52
Why Andy Picked It:
Having been a fan of the Colorado ever since it replaced the S-10, I really like seeing them customized and really tricked out. Kulvinder's Chevy is the perfect blend of old-school style and new tech. The paint color combination is awesome, and the engine-turned color break down the side is an exclamation point to an already perfect ride.

Kevin's Pick
Favorite Truck:
Gabe Sandoval's '83 Chevy C10
What Issue:
August 2007
Where You Saw It:
Page 58
Why Kevin Picked It:
It's hard to decide on one vehicle, but Gabe's truck struck me as the cleanest feature truck of the whole year. It's an all-around custom truck with a sweet, single-color paintjob by Kustom Werx and a subtle yet clean interior. On top of that, it has a wicked 327-cid engine that was rebuilt by his own brother and uses a crankshaft from their father's racing Vette. I'm not really a big fan of these square-body Chevys, but this one is done well and is plain-out sick. While on vacation in the Houston area, I was able to capture the images of Gabe's amazing ride. A special thanks to my friend, Rascoe, for warding off the wannabe cops who tried to shut us down in Old Town Spring, Texas.