ON THE COVER What does an...
ON THE COVER
What does an '87 Hardbody, Aaron Iha, and a Canon EOS-1D Mark IV all have in common? They all came together to help produce another badass Mini Truckin' cover. Photo by Henry DeKuyper.
Jack Porter finally broke away from the chains of customer work to finish his own '89 Mazda B2200.
A long-time fan of muscle cars, Brett Taylor built himself a '98 Isuzu Hombre that any gearhead would flip over. Brett swears he'll never drive anything that isn't a mini again.
Chassis By Aaron built this museum-quality '87 Nissan Hardbody that has been gobbling up attention at every appearance it makes. You've seen its photos in show coverage, you've seen it on the Web, now see Mini Truckin's exclusive studio shoot.
Green With Envy
From the Mainland to the island of Oahu is Mike Raquedan's '87 Toyota pickup that has finally transformed into an award-winning Hawaiian mini.
Jermie Wright's '00 Blazer might look like a tame specimen, but this truck is not to be taken lightly on the streets. Under the hood lies a Ford Mustang engine that is just ready to blow away unsuspecting challengers.
We ripped out an '82-'90 Chevy S-10 frontend and updated it with a '91-'93 GMC version instead. It gave our truck new character, a flusher fit with the front bumper, and we tackled the install in just one day.
Best of 2010
We threw the biggest shows, the best trucks, and most active clubs of 2010 into the ring. See how we scored the brawl. Don't forget to log on to minitruckinweb.com to cast your votes on our live online poll, friendo.
Need something to fill up that blank wall in your garage? We've got you covered!
Summer Slam 17
Sittin Pretti took charge to show the minitruckin' community how the Northwest can represent.
These Southern boys know how to have a good time. Check out the party that has taken Louisiana by storm.
Blood Drag Kentucky
The Blood Drag franchise has been loved by truck fanatics for years now, and there is no stopping in sight.
3,000 spectators, 500 registered vehicles, and a huge following make Kill Switch just one of the many killer shows in Texas.
This is another event in Louisiana that shouldn't be missed. Check out the coverage and plan your trip next year!