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Justin "GUDA" Segura's '92 GMC Sierra
Las Vegas, New Mexico
We Say: 21 year-old Justin "guda" Segura lives in the small town of Las Vegas, New Mexico. His parents bought the truck new and gave it to him when he was 15. Since then, he has added a bunch of aftermarket goodies. Justin states, "I love my truck, it's like my child." We know that feeling all too well Justin.

The 411
Rims/tires: 20-inch Panther 519 / 275/45R20 Cooper Zeon HT Plus Engine: 4.3-liter V-6 / five-speed manual transmission / cat-back dual exhaust / Airaid cold-air intake and PowerAid throttle body spacer Suspension: front and back Rancho RSX Premium Nascar self-adjusting shocks Body Mods: DuPont stock blue with a little purple by Sanchez Auto Body / headlight blackouts / tonneau cover / five percent tint / rollpan / TYC Carbon-Fiber Euro taillights / Xentec 10000K Brilliant Blue HIDs / Tweaked Ice underbody neon / Goodmark ram-air hood painted DuPont Flat Black with DuPont low gloss clear / Bully chrome locking fuel door / Distinctive Trucks Smoothie chrome bumper / Crystal Eyes mirrors Interior: Bed is carpeted red and white Audio/video: Pioneer Premier DEH-P580MP head unit / Boston Acoustic 4x6 speakers / Kenwood 6x9 speakers in sealed boxes behind the seats / 800-watt California Profile amp / two 12-inch Kicker Competition Subwoofers in a black center port box

13-Second R/T
Pete Glowinski's '99 Dakota R/T

Jacksonville, North Carolina
We Say: Pete told us, "It's never been garaged, and 99 percent of what I've done to it has been done in a parking lot. It takes a lot of pampering and precaution to keep a daily driver lookin' this good for so many years." Pete also wants to give a shout out to all the members of Keep up the good work, Pete, and let us know when you break into the 12s.

The 411
Rims/tires: 20-inch replica R/T wheels Engine: 360ci crate short block / 1.92 heads / roller rockers / M1 intake / Mopar headers / Spintech exhaust / 4.56 gears Suspension: 2/2.5 Hotchkis drop Body Mods: GTS functional fiberglass hood / Street Scene grille and mirrors / full-tilt soft tonneau Interior: Stock Audio/video: Stock

Eleanor With A Bed
James Durrett's '93 Ford F-150

Tuscaloosa Alabama
We Say: 23-year-old James took his great grandfather's truck and transformed it into his version of Eleanor. The original Gone in 60 Seconds Eleanor was a stock '73 Mustang that, let's just say was not Ford's best pony car. The remake with Nicolas Cage featured a true muscle car in the way of a '67 GT500 Mustang.

The 411
Rims/tires: 22-inch Dvinci Attivo Rims / 265/35R22 Toyo Proxes Engine: 300ci inline six-cylinder engine / K&N Intake / Flowmaster Super 40 exhaust / various painted pieces Suspension: 2/5.5 Belltech drop Body Mods: Eleanor-style paint scheme / Cervini's ram-air hood / custom rollpan / Carriage Works grille / Hella Black Magic lights behind grille / Streetglow underbody LED kit / Recon white LEDs under the bedrails / shaved emblems / tinted windows Interior: Entire interior color changed from red to black / seats from a '03 SVT Lightning / smoothed and marble-painted door panels, A pillars, B pillars, and dash pieces Audio/video: Alpine head unit, door speakers and rear speakers / two 12-inch Pioneer shallow-mount subwoofers / Q-Logic Enclosures / Kenwood component speakers / Kenwood tweeters / Coustic 600-watt amp / two Kenwood amps (for doors, components, and tweeters)