Ever wonder why you don't see these everywhere? They're kind of a pain in the rear.
A Classic Touch
J.D. Scott took a love for the classic Impala and gave his Blazer a whole new look.
Four More Days
Who hasn't heard that before, when you go to pick up your parts and they're not ready.
Probably the cleanest lifted truck we've seen in a long time. Brings back memories of the days passed.
Weekend Warrior: STK TRUK Edition
We're narrowed and we're Z'd, now we can keep our stock hood and lay low on those 20s.
20th Anniversary Part 1
It's hard to cram 20-years of History into one issue so we decided to put out 3 parts. For this Part 1 special check out the new MT Hall of Fame!
Center Spread 3-Part Poster
This is the first of three. Part 2 will be in the next issue, Vol. 22, No. 5, and Part 3 in Vol. 22, No. 6. Put all three up in your garage for a special 20th Anniversary poster.
West Coast Customs
Many of the influential shops, builders, and custom industry leaders cut their teeth on minitrucks, including West Coast Customs.
Maybe someday our Art Director, Chris, will get an iPod and we can check up on his taste for music. Until then, you're stuck with Mike and Ernie's.
Hometown Heroes: Back to Our Roots
An introduction to our new feature section with rides from static-dropped to full-custom Scions. Anything minitruckers are building might end up in here.
Hometown Heroes: The Roller Coaster
The first of our new feature section is home to Greg Johnson's super-clean '91 Chevy S-10.
iLLconformity Summer Shocker
Our brother's from North of the border throw one of Canada's biggest minitruck shows. Check it out!
The past Show of the Year winner throws another great bash.
Midwest Dragfest 2007
Do you actually think that a couple last minute changes, or even a little bad weather could keep a minitrucker from attending such a great show? Survey says: No!
Grounded 4 Life
This 8th Annual One Day Slam brings the Northeast to life.
Maximized (Paper Cuts)
Mind of Macias
ON THE COVER This month's...
ON THE COVER
This month's cover is a tribute, similar to our 10-year special issue in 1998, but uses different "firsts" for MT. Side Show was actually the youngest owner to grace the cover, as Sean Dell was a mere 17 years old.