Viper Split
Who:
Greg Hargraves
Where: Ellenton, Georgia
What: '94 Chevy Extended Cab

Greg Hargraves proudly rolls his fullsize through his hometown of Ellenton, Georgia. His truck has received the classic sport truck treatment, thanks to a smoothie bumper, diamond headlights, clear corners, Goodmark cowl-induction hood, and Trenz billet grille up front. Out back, the rear bumper has been removed and replaced with a Sir Michaels roll pan, and the taillights have been updated. Thanks to Lynn's Paint & Body, the truck has a fresh two-tone paintjob, consisting of GTS Viper Blue and Snowflake White Pearl. A set of 20-inch Boss 311s wrapped in 275/45 rubber was chosen for rolling stock.

Sublime
Who:
Bryan Camara
Where: Escalon, California
What: '72 Chevy C-10

Bryan Camara and his father built this beauty of a truck. They started by shaving the door handles, antenna, and side marker lights, and adding a roll pan to the rear. Once the bodywork was finished, the truck was squirted using PPG Sublime Lime Green. Under the hood sits a fresh 350ci that breathes thanks to a 2.5-inch exhaust and Flowmaster two-chamber mufflers. The inside of the truck has been treated to black cloth with stitched flames and airbrushed skulls on the glovebox. A full Pioneer and Kenwood sound system was installed to provide the bumps for weekend cruises.

Dominating Denali
Who:
Mike Alamorian
Where: Matawan, New Jersey
What: '03 GMC Denali

Mike Alamorian has started putting his personal touches onto his new Denali. The factory door handles, both inside and out, have been switched out for Cadillac Escalade door handles. Billet pedals, doorsills, emblems, and a billet fuel door have been added along with a brushed-aluminum dash kit. A set of Midnight Blue ghost flames has been added to the hood, fenders, and doors. Beneath the truck, a Corsa after-cat exhaust has been hung and exits the rear of the truck beneath a set of carbon-fiber taillights. Next on the list are a cowl-induction hood and a set of Street Scene mirrors.

Weekend Ride
Who:
JR Taylor
Where: Chattanooga, Tennessee
What: '03 Chevy Silverado
JR Taylor purchased his Silverado last year and has been making changes to it ever since. The first order of business was to drop the truck down a few inches. Two-inch Belltech components were used up front, and 4-inch components were used in the rear. A set of 17-inch billet Octane 6 wheels wrapped in Michelin rubber replaced the stock wheels, and a Goodmark cowl-induction hood was installed above the engine compartment. The stock plastic grille was removed and replaced with custom billet bars. Below the truck, a 2.5-inch exhaust was hung with Flowmaster mufflers to produce a nice growl.

Clean Start
Who:
Ryan Martinez
Where: Farmington, New Mexico
What: '88 Chevy

This is Ryan Martinez's first project truck. When he purchased it, the truck had major front-end damage from a previous collision, so Ryan replaced the front clip with GMC components. Also added to the front of the truck was a Goodmark cowl-induction hood, a smoothie bumper, and a new air dam. A set of 15-inch Eagle Alloy wheels encased in BFGoodrich Radial T/As was set onto each corner, and a set of Chameleon stripes was sprayed from head to tail. To squeeze out some additional ponies, Ryan installed a K&N filter as well as a dual exhaust system equipped with Flowmaster mufflers. Next on the list are a few interior upgrades as well as some 20-inch wheels.

Curse Breaker
Who:
David Maximo
Where: Palm Bay, Florida
What: '97 Chevy S-10

David Maximo seems to think his truck is cursed. Why? The truck has not only been dropped off a lift while getting an exhaust upgrade, but it has also been hit seven different times. In between those times, David's managed to upgrade the 4.3L with an intake, programmer, ignition, and 160-degree thermostat, as well as give it a 2/3-inch drop onto 18-inch wheels. Hopefully having it published in the magazine will help lift that curse and keep the pearl-white body dent-free.