ON THE COVER This month's...
ON THE COVER
This month's cover features the Sadistic Iron Werks-built First Blood Tacoma. Bobby Martins drove this truck into his shop with only 200 miles on it and began to cut it up until it was flat on the ground. Photography by Editor Mike Alexander.
Sometimes friends and "hot-pockets" are really all you need.
1 Tough Trunk
This Accord really pushed minitruckin'- inspired cars to a whole new level and truly deserves some ink.
Chuck D is back and decided to show Texas that there's still room for the little guy with his super clean Frontier.
Not many people are crazy enough to buy a brand-new truck off the lot and cut it up. But when your Queen demands a custom of her own you better deliver. Bobby from Sadistic Iron Werks built his wife Sarah Martins a first clast ride.
Time to Cruise
With this many colors and styles, what more could you ask for?
It's only time and money, but it's always worth it if you make it to the end of the yellow brick road!
Project Resurrection: Part I
An old Tacoma got a new lease on life and is slowly being brought back from the dead thanks to a new back-half the Bio Kustumz way.
Club Profile: Art of Noize
Low and clean, AON sure knows how to build them! Check out what Art of Noize is all about.
Yet another cool poster to yank out and use for the beer stains on your carpet, or a paper airplane in your math class.
Shop Profile: The Little Shop of Horrors
Eric Saliba and his righthand man are a force to be reckoned with when it comes to turning out some killer work in the East.
The Hot Seat
Since we featured Eric Saliba from the LSOH, we dug deeper to find out what one of the nation's nicest builders is up to these days.
RA AllStar Event
It's no secret that the Relaxed crew throws some of the best shows in the country. And this year they proved why they are worthy of the Show of the Year trophy year after year.
End of Summer Bash
Number 13 actually was quite the lucky number for the Low Rollers crew as they threw one of their best shows yet.
This show really brought the Midwest back in a big way. With the shows being so spread out it was nice to have a good "reunion" location where everyone could get together.
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