S'cool Truck
Bill Collin's '85 Chevy C10

Mattapoisett, Massachusetts

We Say: Talk about modern-day slave labor, Bill instructed his high-school Collision Repair students to customize his truck as an assignment. All joking aside, they did one hell of a job customizing, bodyworking, and painting this Chevy. We wish we were so fortunate as to learn some automotive customizing techniques during our time in high school like these kids did. Way to go guys. Nice job.

The 411
Suspension:
DJM front drop springs, spindles, and rear-axle flip kit Body Mods: Shaved rain gutters / custom-made roll pan / sectioned front bumper / shaved tailgate and stake pockets / tailgate handle relocated without kit / custom-made billet grille / euro headlights / clear side markers / euro taillights with LEDs / replacement fenders, grille, radiator support, wheelwells, and doors / Zolatone spray-on bedliner / body worked straight and painted Sterling Silver and Tuxedo Black with airbrushed graphics and blue pinstriping Interior: Dash, door panels, custom speaker enclosures, and headliner covered in tweed / Grant steering wheel / billet dash kit and pedals / original seat reupholstered / replacement floor insulation and carpet

What They Win: To help Bill teach his students the fundamentals of welding, we're sending him these welding handbooks along with a few calculators we got from Miller. So next time his pupils are shaving a vehicle by welding filler pieces of sheetmetal, they'll have some good reference materials.

We also thought it would be a good idea to send Bill a couple of knickknacks for his classroom desk. These include a cool bobblehead from Airaid and a mean-looking dog's-head figurine that he can use to intimidate his students.

Win a havoc dvd and get free sport truck stickers!
So just how do you win a HAVOC DVD and get some cool Sport Truck stickers for your ride? It's easy. It all starts with you taking a killer photo of your truck and sending that along with all of your information as well as a list of mods done to your truck. High-resolution digital photos are preferred and may improve your chances of winning. But really what it comes down to is if your truck is cool enough to pass our standards (OK, more like if we happen to get a bull's-eye on the dartboard!). So get going! Get out there with your digital cameras, put the settings on high-quality, and start shootin'. E-mail all of your stuff to kevin.aguilar@sourceinterlink.com, or send a CD with images via snail mail to: Sport Truck Magazine, Homegrown Haulers, 2400 East Katella Ave., Ste. 700, Anaheim, CA 92806.