The goal was to make it into the magazine. This Dakota had already been there, but this new owner can check that off his list of accomplishments, as well.
"Built Not Bought" has been proven wrong, yet again.
Two Rangers: one lifted, one lowered, and both extremely badass! Check out yet another first brought to you by Mini Truckin' magazine.
This Nissan almost looks like it was carved out of a solid piece of steel.
Dad's truck was just a work truck, now it's the local fuzz's favorite target.
One Low-Key Mitsu
One of the sports underdogs shows you that a Mitsu can look good and stand out at the same time.
Project Kustom: Part 1
Kustoms Inc. and crew tackled a first-generation S-10 build for the SEMA Rush. Check out the progress.
Project Lowlife Taco
Lowlife Video teamed up with Bio Kustumz and friends to build a one-of-a-kind truck that could still function as a driver.
Being our 20th year in existence, it was time we look at one of the things that makes our sport what it is and where it comes from.
We've been patiently waiting for pictures of hot chicks to start trickling in, but they haven't; so now we're going to tell you not to send them. Let's see if reverse psychology works.
New Zealand Minitruck & Lowrider Nationals
The minitruck bug is continually spreading from country to country. Next stop: New Zealand!
All Star Event '07
The city of Millington was once again overrun with minitruckers. This year with the police behaving as well as the attendants you really couldn't have asked for a better time.
Another year, anther Ludikrs; it gets better and better. Before you know it, this could be the best show on the West Coast.
Import & Truck Bash 2007
This year with help from all the minitruckers out there we really put the "T" back into ITB.
The Study of Slam 104 has stepped it up yet again. Check out what the Gauge crew has been up to.
Maximized (Paper Cuts)
Mind of Macias
On the Cover: This month...
On the Cover:
This month we revisited a little monster-mini madness by pairing an insanely lifted Ranger with a body-dropped Ranger parked underneath it. How's that for madness?! Check out Steve and Tyler's Rangers to see just how crazy they are. Photography by Josh "My First Cover" Fleetwood.