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For five days, Tech Center manager Jason Scudellari, Truckin Editor, Jeremy Cook, and a whole host of other misfits took a bone-stock 2017 Chevrolet Silverado Z-71 and made it into a terror on and off the road- and pretty nice to look at, while we were at it.
Kasey Harris was a kid who would rush through his math test in school to draw on the back of it. After winning awards in High School for his art, he landed a scholarship and eventually graduated with a degree in Industrial Design from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh.
People decide to customize a truck for many reasons. Some use their vehicle as a way to flaunt their finances, others to show off their talents in the shop, or sometimes it’s simply because that’s what they grew up around and it’s all they know.
If GM had built the Tahoe back in 1968, this is what that product would look like after today’s custom enthusiasts got their hands on it. This one-of-a-kind Chevrolet is the product of creativity, imagination, modernization and a talented skillset.
As the owner of a successful wheel company, Ray knew that he would be required to showcase his products on his daily vehicles. As a long-time Ford truck consumer, he decided he would purchase the brand new Ford F-250 but couldn’t find the newest model in Miami.