Brushfire
Who:
Jason Baggenstoss
Where: Lino Lakes, Minnesota
What: '96 Chevy Silverado
Jason Baggenstoss picked up this '96 fullsize during his senior year of high school. When he was first looking for a truck, he knew that he wanted a slammed two-wheel-drive Chevy to pimp around town. He started by giving the truck a 5/7 drop onto Boyd Coddington 17- and 18-inch wheels. Up front, he added a smoothie bumper, APC headlights, and clear corners. A Sir Michaels roll pan was molded into the rear of the truck, and a fiberglass tonneau cover was added to the bed. Next on the list was to add some graphics to the truck. The lower half was sprayed with silver, and then flames were airbrushed down the side of the truck to break up the two tones.

Big-Boy Toy
Who:
Wade Palmer
Where: Hector, Arkansas
What: '98 Toyota Tacoma
Wade Palmer has no problem playing in the Arkansas mud now that he's made a few modifications to his Tacoma. His first step was to beef up the wheel and tire package with 15x8-inch Mickey Thompson Classic II wheels and some new rubber. To help the motor breathe a little easier, a K&N filter and Flowmaster mufflers were added to the truck. A new alarm with keyless entry has been added to protect the new Pioneer CD player inside the cab, and a set of euro taillights has been bolted on out back. Next on the list of upgrades is some more stereo equipment and a 2-inch body lift.

Big Red
Who:
Kevin Crouch
Where: Jackson, Tennessee
What: '97 Chevy Silverado
When it comes to trucks, Kevin Crouch doesn't mess around. He has stripped his Chevy down to its bare bones to bring the truck back to its original Victory Red color. The frame has been cleaned, painted black, and sprayed with three coats of clear. The front end has been switched over to the GMC nose and stuffed with diamond headlights and clear corners. The 350 Vortec has been completely disassembled and treated to a heavy dose of billet, paint, and chrome. The interior has been dressed up with a Billet Specialties steering wheel and Katzkin leather, while the exterior was treated to Modern Image flame graphics.

Girls Love Trucks
Who:
Irene Sanchez
Where: Placerville, California
What: '97 Chevy Silverado
With the help of her brother, Irene Sanchez put together a wish list of parts and then started building her dream truck. This '97 Extended Cab has been treated to a roll pan, hard tonneau cover, clear corners, and some tinted windows. The suspension was reworked with a 4/6 drop onto a set of 20-inch Eagle wheels. Under the hood, a K&N filter has been added along with Flowmaster mufflers. Inside the cab, a Pioneer DVD head unit has been wired up to a 10-inch sub for some added bass. Irene then added the Chinese character for journey to her back window because she says, "Life is a journey, and I'm traveling in style!"

White Dime
Who:
Joey Webb
Where: Lumberton, Mississippi
What: '99 S-10 Xtreme
Joey Webb picked up this '99 Xtreme from his good friend, Eugene Thompson. He didn't waste much time updating the truck and added a Street Scene second-generation air dam along with a set of clear corners up front. The stock wheels were pitched aside to make room for a set of 17-inch Eagle Alloys wrapped in Kumho rubber. Limo tint was applied to the side and rear window, while some billet upgrades were made to the interior. A Pioneer CD player was added to the dash along with a 5.5-inch monitor and DVD player. Under the hood, a K&N intake and a custom exhaust have been added. In the near future, Joey plans on 'bagging the truck and adding a wicked paintjob.