David “Potter” Williams
2007 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 HD
Archive for November, 2009
When Jason Ellis, professional skateboarder, MMA fighter, rock star, radio show host, and Prince of All Media rolls down the highway in route to his SIRIUS radio studio in Hollywood, he rides in style.
Adapting a ’65 Impala SS Center Console to Fit Your Interior
A Flamed and ‘Bagged Bow Tie Fueled by Pure Passion and Retro Influences
1997 Chevy Silverado 1500
Anaheim Hills, CA
Photos by Jason Mulligan
Marquez Design Chiseled up One Slick C-10
1969 Chevy C-10
Suicide doors have long been a staple of the custom hot rod and truck communities. Crew cab trucks are perfect candidates to receive the suicide rear door treatment.
More and more, dually trucks are being used not only as tow pigs but insane show vehicles as well. The quest to stuff the largest wheels possible under the fenders has also been growing, and custom dually wheel companies have stepped up to meet customer demand.
Casinos, Beaches, Girls, and Trucks—What Could be Better?
If there were a recipe for a utopian car show, some of the ingredients would include tons of girls, great food, friends, casino gambling, and entertainment aside from the custom cars and trucks. SEMA in Las Vegas comes to mind as a show that combines all of those elements, but what if you threw the ocean and sandy beaches into the mix as well?
Hill’s Hot Rods and JD Glassworks Take Custom Truck Building to a Whole New Level
Most dreams are fueled by passion and a willingness to commit to something all the way. Jason Hill, owner of Hill’s Hot Rods in Lubbock, Texas, has always been a gearhead and custom truck fanatic from the day he got that magic plastic license from the state of Texas and started wrenching on his first truck, an ’81 C-10 square body. That early Chevy box truck influence might help explain why Hill’s has so many trick 1973-87 GM products on deck, but this shop is not just a one trick pony. Having rolling works of art from HHR land on the covers and pages of Street Trucks over the past four years, their talents can be applied to any blank metal canvas, classic or contemporary.