Rusty Kern always had three wishes. Check out how his '93 Chevy S-10 was able to grant all three.
All In the Family
Father and son team up to build one slick '95 Ranger.
Brad Spencer from Beaumont, Texas, shows us that Vans can still be cool.
There's nothing harder than waiting for a one-of-a-kind ride to shoot for a feature...well, except for building it.
This issue is testament to what a good shop can accomplish with the right resources. Mr. Scrape has come from a small garage shop to building world-class rides like the dual cover trucks on this month's issue: the Xterror, and Rasta's Blazer, the Motivator.
When building a unique ride, sometimes the best plan of action is a good plan. Starting with a different platform puts you two steps ahead of the competition.
The word normal doesn't even come close to describing Bill Carlton and his Ekstensive Metalworks crew, so no "normal" SUV would do.
This month we decided to take an in-depth look at why mini-trucks are quickly becoming the new hot rods. With the amount of custom chassis work put into more and more mini-trucks, we wanted to explore some of the more important aspects.
Check out what goes on north of the border at one of Canada's craziest mini-truck shows.
Lay'd Out at the Park
Tennessee is host to a few cool mini-truck shows, but if you haven't been to Lay'd Out at the Park, you don't know what you're missing.
Scrapin' the Coast
After Hurricane Katrina devastated the South coast, the Scrapin' crew knew they had to give back to the community, and they came through big time!
Animated Attractions doesn't disappoint with one of North Carolina's favorite events.
Texas Heat Wave
Yup, it's still amazingly hot in Texas. Oh yeah, lots of cool trucks, too!
Center Spread Poster
Check out what a good artist can do to a normal photo.
SUVs of Today
Since this is our SUV special, open your mind to some new ideas and check out some of the latest SUVs out there waiting to be cut up mini-truckin' style.
Yet another edition shows why MT is the best thing since Pogs.
Mr. Scrape Shop Tour
After building the dual cover trucks for this issue, we had to go inside the world of Scrape and check out just what these guys are up to.
On the Cover: The Mr. Scrape...
On the Cover:
The Mr. Scrape Customs crew went off on two amazingly sick SUVs, including the first-ever body-dropped Xterra! Photography by Brandon Burrell. Artwork by Nick Crouch.