Boss Lightning
Jose L. Garcia's '01 ford svt lightning
Berwyn, Illinois
We Say: Jose bought the truck used in '02 with 39,000 miles on the clock. He uses it as a weekend and nice weather truck, with the occasional trip to the 1/4-mile track. It has a best run of 12.85 at 105 mph, and he had the truck on a dyno recently and made 395 hp and 470 lb-ft.

The 411
Rims/tires: 20x10 Boyd Coddington Smoothie II's / 295/40ZR20 Continental Cross Contact UHP Engine: 5.4L Triton V-8 / Eaton supercharger / JLP cold air intake / Diablo Sport Predator tuner / Flowmaster Thunder Series exhaust Suspension: FRPP lowering kit 1-1/2-inches all around Body Mods: Keystone Shaker hood / custom-made billet supercharged badges / OEM Harley Davidson F-150 chrome grille / '69 Boss Mustang paint scheme / Bed Rug bedliner / Sport Master soft tonneau Interior: Trenz billet pedals / custom billet door sills with supercharged engraved on them / A-pillar 3-gauge pod filled with Auto Meter trans temp, boost, and air/fuel ratio gauges / Aeroforce interceptor scan gauge Audio/video: Pioneer AVIC-N3 touch screen, GPS, DVD receiver / rearview camera / voice command module / steering-mounted wireless remote

Sinister Suv
Jason Sprague's '07 Gmc Denali
San Antonio, Texas
We Say: Jason's Denali not only has big 24-inch rollers, but it has the big brakes to slow all that weight down. Jason didn't say if he plans to mod the truck anymore, but considering these were fully loaded from the factory he's probably happy with the big-baller rims.

The 411
Rims/tires: 24x10 Foose DF-6 / 305/35ZR24 BFGoodrich T/A KDW Engine: GM Performance Parts exhaust and cold-air intake Suspension: Ground Force 1.5/2.5 Lowering Kit / AP Racing six-piston calipers with 15-inch rotors (Front) / AP Racing four-piston calipers with 13.5-inch rotors (Rear) Body Mods: Denaligrill.com upper and lower black grille replacement Interior: Five-percent tint all around Audio/video: Stock

He Painted It Himself
Rodney Hardman's '00 Chevy S-10
Clarksburg, West Virginia
We Say: Rodney took it upon himself to paint the truck and it came out great. He is on the fence and can't decide whether to slap a turbo onto the 2.2L or just swap it out for an LT1, or LS1 V-8. Either way, if the engine swap comes out as good as the paint, this will be a bad truck. Oh, and you are welcome, Rodney. Your dad's '67 Chevrolet Stepside looked great in the August issue.

The 411
Rims/tires: Hand-polished 16-inch stock wheels / 235/55R16 BFGoodrich Traction T/A Engine: Stock 2.2L and five-speed transmission Suspension: Front Belltech 2-inch drop spindles and 1-inch springs / rear 3-inch drop leafs and 1-inch blocks / Nitro drop shocks on all four corners Body Mods: Goodmark cowl hood and rollpan / painted to match bumper, grille, and valance / shaved door handles, tailgate handle, and antenna / Street Scene mirrors, Speed Grill, and Bowtie / clear turn signal lenses / Subaru Blue Micah paint Interior: Stock bucket seats and center console from a '99 ZR2 Blazer including all power options Audio/video: Stock