ON THE COVER This month's...
ON THE COVER
This month's cover features Cory Scott's hot rod-inspired Mazdawg. Proving a point to Cory's friends, this new Dawg definitely has some old tricks up its sleeves. Photography by El Super Tejano.
Hot Rod Style
Darrell Linebarger set out to prove that a clean hot rod-style mini can definitely be built right if you plan your attack.
When attempting to build a "stock-looking" truck that still steals the show, you have to have more than just a plan. But with pros like The Little Shop of Horrors in your corner, you definitely have a chance of succeeding.
Greg's 1996 Ford Ranger didn't begin as an expecting project truck, but the mutilation that ensued was well worth the wait.
Some dares do actually end well. Cory Scott and his killer hot rod-styled Mazda are the perfect example of clean and classy hot rod style mixed with a minitruck platform.
Nathan Doyle set out to build something different, but he went above and beyond with this insanely sick 1988 Ford Bronco II.
Sometimes you can't judge a book by its cover, and Ben's 1997 Sonoma is the perfect case.
Project Low Lux
We teamed up with Grant Kustoms to get the exterior of Low Lux looking as killer as the framework.
Project Resurrection: Part II
An old Tacoma got a new lease on life and is slowly being brought back from the dead thanks to Bio Kustumz.
Hot Rod Parts for Your Mini
For this hot rod-themed issue we put together some killer parts that would make a good fit for any minitruck build.
Artist Profile: Clark North
Studying Japanese mythology for over 20 years, Clark North has inspired many with his one-of-a-kind artwork and tattoos.
Yet another cool poster to yank out and use for the beer stains on your carpet or a paper airplane in your math class.
The Hot Seat
This month we feature one of our very own-the "Mad Max" of suspension himself: Max Fish.
Southeastern Mini Truckin' Nationals
This once famous show has got a new lease on life with new owners vowing to take it back to its roots.
Being a winner of Show of The Year is a lot to live up to, but nothing this show can't handle.
The East Coast has some unpredictable weather, but that doesn't stop the minitruckers from coming out in droves to support one of the Coast's finest shows.
The Freaks of Nature crew really knows how to party, so of course any show they throw will be the same.
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