April 2015 Readers’ Rides

Custom 2004 Chevy Silverado & 2008 Ford F-350

Apr 4, 2015
Photographers: Trishia Filbrun Fotographie
NorCal Knockout
Who: Justin May
What: 2004 Chevy Silverado
Where: Modesto, California
Mods: 6-inch lift, billet coilovers, with all suspension pieces either custom painted or chromed, 20x12 fuel Maverick wheels with 33/12.5/50 Federal Couragia M/T tires, Gibson headers, engine bay has a custom mirror so all work can be easily seen, paint is a two-tone with black and red pearl, tailgate features an airbrushed mural of father’s truck in memory of him, truck’s name (“Outkast”) is etched into the rearview mirrors and painted on the wheels, all plastics painted with billet parts on dash and door panels, seats reupholstered in suede leather, two DB 10-inch subs, engine and undercarriage are full of LED to light up all of the custom work. “I am a part of Nokturnal NorCal out of Modesto,” Justin says. “I wanted to thank all the members who pushed me to customize my truck, and my sister at Trishia Filbrun Fotographie who shot the photos.”
Photo 2/3   |   2004 Chevy Silverado
Farmhand
Who: Lars and Mary Knutson
What: 2008 Ford F-350 XLT Lariat, 6.4L Power Stroke
Where: Crooked River, Saskatchewan, Canada
Mods: 6-inch lift kit and 2-inch body lift, with airbag suspension, 37x12.5 BFGoodrich Mud Terrain T/A tires and 18-inch USA Forged rims keeps this big girl living the high life, four 6-inch Light Force spotlights, a big grille, and bumper guards with Bushwacker fender flares. “We use this truck every day on our farm,” Lars says. “She’s a real workhorse, keeping the swathers and combines out of ravines.”
Photo 3/3   |   2008 Ford F 350 Xlt
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