Hardluck of the Month
Hunter Smith was cruising down the street in his S-10 one day, probably thinking about a girl or about getting into the pages of MT mag, when he realized he needed his sunglasses and decided to reach for them. That was when things got bad. You see, it only took a second of distraction for Hunter to lose control of his truck and flip upside down in a ditch. For this, Hunter finally gets his dream of being in MT mag. Unfortunately, it was the hard way. Luckily for Hunter, he ended up with only a few scratches on himself. Sadly, his truck didn't make it this time.
So, you want a freakin' sticker? To get your hands on the new Mini Truckin' stickers, you need to follow these directions explicitly. They are $2 a piece. Cash! Do not send checks or money orders. Next, you must include a self-addressed envelope, including the prepaid postage. It must be in at least a 4x10 sized envelope, because the stickers won't fit in the small envelopes. And, if you send those, then they will have to be bent, and who wants a bent sticker? Mail to:
Mini Truckin' Stickers
2400 E. Katella Ave., Ste. 700
Anaheim, CA 92806
Stick 'em where you please, then send us some pics to the same address, or email them to email@example.com.
Go Ahead! Rip Your Roll Pan Off
Jeff Stroud sent the shortest explanation ever on his run with bad luck: Curb 1, Truck 0. Jeff drives his '98 body-dropped Nissan Frontier daily and is currently looking for a new bed. He told us, next time he's simply going to use his stock tailgate and a Grant roll pan, instead. Well, looks like you might be in luck now.
Renderings of the Month
Two square-body S-10s, designed with the help of Graphic Disorder, grace our pages today. The first truck is black on black, clean, and elegant. Truck two is a bit louder with some multi color flames. No matter which style you prefer, we have them both here today.
Junior of the Month
At age 4, Matthew Green is already a huge fan of Mini Truckin' magazine. This picture here was taken at the very proud moment his family found out that AcrophobiA was named truck club of the year. It looks like Matthew was very proud of his dad and dad's friends. I bet he can't wait to build a truck to join the club.
MT Cool Guy of the Month
Rusty Nails, a Negative Camber member out of Arizona, was very excited to be at the 15-year anniversary. He danced the night away and showed off some of his favorite moves for the camera. Way to go, Rusty! By the way, are you in any way related to Rusty Trombone? Just wondering.
Kustomz Ink Klothing is our sponsor of the infamous MT Ink section. We figured it made a great pair! Be sure to check out www.kustomzink.com for the latest on custom minitruck gear. Once again, it seems that minitruckers are as down as they come, whether it's reppin' their club, their favorite magazine, or just our one-of-a-kind lifestyle in general. The tattoos remain one of the most popular Lyfestyle sections, so be sure to keep submitting your pics to firstname.lastname@example.org to ensure a shot at getting in the mag.