Stuck On S-10
Who: Joshua Porte
Where: Rock Hill, South Carolina
What: '94 S-10

Joshua Porte of Rock Hill, South Carolina, says his dad, brother, and best friend helped him make the best-looking truck ever. They took his '94 S-series and dropped it on Belltech's spindles and springs, and added a Godfather Custom's roll pan and shot it in House of Kolor's Lapis Blue. The static drop sits on BOSS 20-inch rims and low-pro meats. After all that, they went sticker-crazy to form the wild graphics.

Clean Ram
Who: Darin Flanagan
Where: Tucson, Arizona
What: '02 Dodge Ram Sport

Darin Flanagan's Dodge Ram has received all the hookups since he purchased it a few years ago. It sits on 22-inch chrome KMC Thunder rims wrapped in Nitto tires, all the emblems were shaved off, and a Dodge emblem was put on the hood to make it look more like the SRT-10. Dual Flowmasters were installed to make sure everyone on Darin's block knows when he's coming. An Infinity system with a DVD player and a 7-inch plasma screen was put in so that whoever rides with Darin can relax with a clear view of their favorite movie. A prestige alarm was then installed to keep Darin's truck safe and Darin worry-free.

Untouchable F-150
Who: Shannon Jauch
Where: Newhall, California
What: '01 Ford Supercrew

This '01 Supercrew screams down the road thanks to a 3-inch Gibson exhaust and a K&N cold-air intake. Shannon also stuck some 20-inch spinners on each corner and dropped the truck 3 inches up front and 4 inches in the rear. A flame grille with a cowl-induction hood finishes off the look outside. Inside, Shannon installed a Kenwood DVD player with a 15-inch monitor and three 10-inch Kicker subwoofers. Next on the list are a set of 'bags and Lambo' doors. To paraphrase Shannon, Once it's finished, this will be one untouchable F-150.