That's a Wrap
Shareef Khan's '05 Chevy Silverado RST

San leandro, California

We Say: We know hardcore customizers look down on people for adding vinyl graphics to a vehicle as opposed to paint. However, Shareef has done more than just add a set of vinyl flames to his truck. His graphic design includes tons of details that would take months for any painter to replicate. Shareef states he can give his truck a whole new look with a new vinyl wrap within a week. Besides this, the truck can dish out 551 hp and 667 lb-ft from the rear wheels. That's enough power to leave most sports cars in the dust. Vinyl stickers or not, this truck really has it going on.

The 411
22x8.5 (front) and 24x10 (rear) Hyphy 707 / 245/35R22 (front), 305/35R24 (rear)

Engine: 6.0L V-8 / STS turbo system with T67 turbo, intercooler, and powdercoated tubing / Tial Sport blow-off valve / rebuilt heads with Crane Cams valve springs, titanium retainers, hardened seats, Thunder Racing pushrods, and ARP head studs / Comp Cams one-off camshaft / MSD plug wires / 60-pound injectors / performance fuel pump / Snow Performance methanol injection kit / ASP pulley system / JBA ceramic headers / rebuilt 4L60E transmission with 2,800-stall torque converter / Auburn locking differential

Suspension: Ground Force shocks, front lowering coils, rear hangers, shackles, and bumpstops / SSBC performance brakes

Body Mods: Custom fighter plane graphics by Sam's Signs / Good Hood ram-air hood / billet-aluminum grille / chrome bullet-style door handles / custom front valance with foglights / Foose-designed rear wing / rear roll pan with exhaust holes / Line-X spray-on bedliner / custom aluminum inner wheelwells

Interior: Painted dash with gauge pods / air/fuel, trans temp, and boost carbon-fiber Auto Meter gauges / Corbeau racing seats with five-point racing harnesses / revolver-style dash knobs / custom fiberglass center console with 10-inch subwoofer / stainless steel gauge face with needles / billet pedals / carbon-fiber dash overlay

What He Wins: Shareef is getting a Comp Cams wall clock to go along with his custom camshaft. To match his headers, he'll get a JBA Performance Exhaust beer koozie. Now he can sport signage from a few companies that have helped him create such a cool truck.

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'. Email all of your stuff to, or send a CD with images via snail mail to: Sport Truck Magazine, Homegrown Haulers, 2400 East Katella Ave., Ste. 1100, Anaheim, CA 92806.