Berry's second time around is very well deserved. This time, it's his unforgettable '96 4Runner.
If the name Shon Reece sounds familiar that's because this isn't his first rodeo... however, it is his first cover appearance. His wild '84 Chevy Blazer tore right from the pages of the comic books with crazy graphics sure to blow your mind.
Straight out of Japan comes Toshiyuki ready to burn rubber and drag asphalt.
Hi, my name is, who? My name is, what? My name is, NR Shady!
Do It, Then Do It Again
Scott Diemer realized his dream with his '94 Toyota.
Paul Lacey's dream of being in a Mini Truckin' feature comes true with his super clean '90 Mazda B-Series.
Brandon shows us how he has time to play with trucks while serving his country.
Power From a PC
Want to tune a supercharged S-10?
Weekend Warrior: STK TRUK
This month we introduce you to a new project dubbed STK TRUK (stock truck).
How To Place at a Show
How do you take home the gold, the props, and the chicks? We're dying to tell you.
Club Profile: AcrophobiA
Check out the first full club feature showcasing our 2006 Club of the Year winner, AcrophobiA.
Huge 8-Page Poster
Nick Crouch goes crazy with hand- drawn art for the cover and poster, paired with John Jackson's photo skillz. On the other side, check out our favorite minitrucker license plates from all over the world.
Keep sending those pics and we'll keep posting them. And yes, please send us pictures of your girlfriends.
We packed this issue full of Northeast coverage, including a New York favorite.
This is what happens when the West Coast comes out to get some sun and show off the rides.
An old-school event returns and wants to take the title back for best West Coast show.
he Northwest version of the WWF, put on by Sittin' Pretti, but without the fighting and drama, with pretty girls and big buff dudes playing tug-of-war.
End of Summer Bash
Low Rollers pull out all the stops as they host their 10th annual show. Check it out.
Mind of Macias
On the Cover: This month's...
On the Cover:
This month's cover features Nick Crouch's farewell by way of his amazing hand-drawn artwork, which adds to John Jackson's photo skillz and Shon Reece's wild Blazer, The Nek Breaker.