Brian learned through fixing his mistakes, until he got this build just right.
The World's Cleanest Toyota
This build shows that Japan's minitruckers truly take pride in all the little details. This truck is gorgeous from head to toe, and has the man hours to prove that no stone was left unpolished!
Ideas sound really good before they get implemented, but Forbidden finished it to give it away.
For Joe Hughes, it's not all about beating up the pavement with his rockers; he also stops to pick up his trophies.
David Haynes took a chance when he purchased a finished truck. He didn't care what people said about it, he didn't want to see the truck destroyed by an unappreciative owner.
When Times are Rough
Check out the first of a series of wallet-saving tricks to help get you closer to Mother Earth.
If you're looking for a suspension system, or maybe a hot new gadget to add to your existing setup, this guide has you covered.
Center Spread Poster
Another cool poster for you to post up in the garage.
Send us pics of hot chicks, cute babies, renderings, destroyed rides, and awesome tats; then find them right here in your favorite mag!
Summer Showdown 2007
Freaks of Nature Georgia Chapter added a great event to the show circuit and vow to grow the scene with club and enthusiast events.
The Pebble Pushers crew has what it takes to keep a show draggin' strong for more than a decade.
This show is known nationwide for packing a small town, minitrucker-style.
Danger Zone '08
All the attendees needed to bring their A-game, as more than 900 vehicles rolled through the gates this year.
Havasu Havoc Powered by GM
On the shores of Lake Havasu, more than 200 trucks battled it out for top honors and to take home the $1,000 prize for Best of Show. For those of you who didn't go, you missed one of the hottest bikini contests ever.
Maximized (Paper Cuts)
ON THE COVER This month's...
ON THE COVER
This month's cover is home to quite possibly the most detailed Toyota ever built. Owner Toshihide Kazama and builder Yoshiaki Kakishita spent 5 years making sure nothing was missed. Photography courtesy of Makoto Okamura.