Tavis Highlander runs Highlander Concept Rendering (HCR) to showcase his many talents, which run the gamut from vehicle renderings of all types, industrial design, and marketing material designs. In recent years, he has completed projects for Hot Rod Magazine, provided design renderings for TV shows, created artistic sculptures for clients, and even branched out into automotive motorsports furniture.
Never quite leaving his roots, vehicle renderings are still at the heart of business. He has provided renderings for Bilstein, Discount Tire, Nissan Trucks, and here in the pages of Truckin.
To see more design work or to contact HCR, visit http://www.tavishighlander.com
and you can see his latest work at @tavishighlander on Instagram.
| Making its debut at SEMA 2017, this ’66 GMC Suburban is a tribute to Chuck Haselwood and his Haselwood Chevy, Buick, and GMC dealership in Bremerton, Washington, who opened their doors in 1966. Valspar has been tapped to spray the ’Burb inside and out, with generous use of Us Chemical body fillers. The list of sponsors is long including AccuAir, Black Widow, Canadian Chassis Components, CCD ChassisWorx, Con2R Custom steering wheel, Corbin Custom Interior, Covercraft Car Covers, Dakota Digital Gauges, Detroit Steel Wheels, Edelbrock, Mishimoto, Painless Wiring, QA1, Rostra Precision Controls, Russell Performance Plumbing, and Toyo Tires. C10 Talk will have a hand in the promotions, while West Hills Auto Plex and Haselwood will handle the build.
| A bit of a different path is the best way to describe how Addiction Chassis will be building this ’75 Ford Crew Cab. Addiction Chassis had spent most of its time building custom chassis for race cars of all types and have now ventured into building a SEMA-quality show truck that will turn heads on it build quality. It will be 90-percent built in-house using ARP Fasteners, BFD Performance, Eibach Springs, House of Kolor, LMC Truck, Precision Replacement Products, Quick-Latch, REDARC electronics, Tribal Graphics, U.S. Chemical, Yukon Gear. Together with McQueen Prototype Design and Overkill Chassis, this Crew Cab will ride high and look great. Keep your eyes peeled for progress on this one!