Poor Lighting And A Cropped-Off Back End Don't Do This Truck Justice
Jeff Burton's '97 Chevy Silverado
We Say: This is an amazingly clean Chevy, but the photo could be improved. Notice that one side of the truck is shady and the back is cut off. The right way to take this shot would be to shoot from the passenger side. That way, we can see how great the paint looks in sunlight instead of shade.
20-inch DIP / 235/45R20
Air-ride components from Air Ride Technologies
Two-tone paintjob with Sunburst Orange and silver / shaved tailgate and roll pan / cowl-induction hood / clear turn signals / billet grille
All hard plastics smoothed and painted to match exterior / billet steering wheel, rearview mirror, and dash kit / bench seat covered in gray vinyl and orange carbon-fiber
Two American Bass 10-inch subwoofers with amplifier
Mike Dilbeck's '02 Dodge Ram 4x4
Sugar Hill, Georgia
We Say: Mike has a nice ride, and we're happy to print it here in Sport Truck. The only problem with this submission is the file size. This rig would have looked awesome spread out across the page, but the image was just too small. When shooting digitally, make sure the camera is set on the largest setting possible. The minimum size, as stated before, is 4x5 inches at 300 dpi. Of course, anything larger than that is gladly accepted. If the file size is over a couple of megabytes, burn the files to a disc and send 'em on over!
20-inch Center Line Stingray / 325/60R20 Toyo
5.9L V-8 / Flowmaster exhaust
2.5-inch lift kit / 3-inch body lift
Chrome door handles, tailgate handle, bug deflector, and fuel door / Lund step bars / billet upper and lower grilles / billet antenna
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