Tue Oct 15 2013 15:43:29 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
During a recent hunt for something interesting on eBay, I started searching out military 6×6 2.5 ton trucks. They are super cool and often times customized in interesting ways, but you can imagine my surprise when the very first ad at the top of my page was for a 1959 Chevrolet Apache truck that has been set on top of an M135 6×6 chassis. Not on has the body swap been done, but also a big block Chevrolet install for power which is always cool, even if it is just the little bastard 366 commercial truck motor. We can fix that.
In most circumstances a ’59 Chevy Apache body on a 6×6 chassis would be enough to get your attention, but the crazy Canadians that built this one also decided that it needed to be as bright as possible. Safety first and all that. The thing looks to be in pretty good shape, although there are some signs of age where the rear fenders were spliced together to cover both rear wheels. We’re pretty sure Brian would get over that if I bought this thing for him. After all, look at the other stuff he drives.
If it was mine I would make this thing look like it was a real military truck that came this way in ’59. I’d outfit it with snorkels and winches and all that crap just to make it ultra bitchin in any terrain. Brian would probably keep the mud flaps. I worry about him sometimes.
Mon May 13 2013 19:58:35 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
Chevy Tahoe rolling on those Forgiatos, white on white baby! Stuntin in the big boy whip, on the Miami Strip, another super clean ride with little more that some custom wheels by Forgiato and a few other chrome accents to compliment.
Not much is known about this next truck, apart from that it hails from Russia, the truck insurance on it would be astronomical because of the modifications, and it is apparently called the Dragon Tank Truck. It seems to be made from large sheets of metal that have been artfully arranged and welded together. Fully functional and still capable of hauling, it would certainly be a sight to see when cruising down the roads!
Wed Mar 27 2013 18:47:10 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
The Stretch Truck Company is a Denver-based customizer that specializes in a unique niche: adding length to Ford trucks. For about $20,000 the company can hook up your truck or SUV with an additional row of seats, like the the F-series pictured above.
Tue Mar 19 2013 19:03:04 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
1990 Toyota pick-up truck with airbag suspension, custom $13,000 paint job (SELLING FOR LESS THAN COST OF PAINT JOB!!!), airbrushed, undercarriage airbrushed and chromed, digital dash. Shaved door handles. doors are suicide doors. Name of truck is suicidal Toy. Has been featured in magazines and videos. Google search Suicidal Toy and you will see. Considered a draggin' truck, however titanium drag blocks not included. Minor paint chips around the door. 200o miles on fresh rebuild, bored 40 over, big cam,2 barrel holley 500cfm, chrome headers, stainless steel exhaust, custom stereo, Call steve at 727-423-6180