Custom 1937 Ford Pickup Golf Cart
Mickie and Skip Hoffman, The Villages, Florida

This custom 5/8-scale 1937 Ford Pickup Street Rod Golf Cart has a single-cylinder, 9-hp Kawasaki engine with a 7-gallon tank, and tops out at 20 mph. The Hoffmans plan to add an OEM 1937 Ford grille, engine cowl, V-8 emblems, and vintage-style round foglights.


2011 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon
Tammy Meyers, Frackville, Pennsylvania

A long list of mods keeps this Jeep looking good with Poison Spyder Customs front Brawler Lite bumper with custom-colored shackles and Daystar isolators, PSC front Brawler skidplate, Rugged Ridge light guards, Cobra CB, and an Arizona Rocky Road rear tire antenna mount.


2007 Toyota Tundra
Louis O'Neal, Bridge Creek, Oklahoma

Last seen in our 2009 Readers' Rides Issue, this truck comes back to show off a few custom upgrades: a ram air hood to enhance airflow to the Volant Powerpack cold-air intake, new wheels, with the front grille and the lower panels painted to match the rest of the truck.


2001 Dodge Ram 2500 Quad Cab SLT Plus
Frankie Rider II, Batesville, Arkansas

Frankie has always liked the 1994-2002 Dodge Ram body style, and took his time to find the perfect Cummins I-6 24-valve turbodiesel. It is his daily driver, and he occasionally uses it to pull one of two 1988 Trans Am GTA show cars.


1972 Chevrolet C20 Custom Camper
Steve Robison, Salem, Missouri

This Custom Camper has a GM 350 crate motor with electric fan, Edelbrock 650 carb, Hedman Hedders, and Flowmaster mufflers paired with a granny four-speed trans. The front end is leveled with 2-inch-taller front springs. The truck rides on Monroe Sensa-Trac shocks.


1990 GMC Jimmy 4x4
Jimmy and David Vianu, Rancho Cucamonga, California

This 1990 GMC Jimmy has a newly built, blown 350 small-block paired with a 4L60 transmission and 3.73:1 gears, custom powdercoated Trailmaster Invader SS shocks and suspension, and fat 36-inch Dick Cepek tires.


1969 International Harvester Travelall 1200D
Armando Verdugo, San Tan Valley, Arizona

An IH 345 SV engine with a BW 11/12 transmission powers this International Harvester Travelall. Other mods include on-board air, recentered H1 wheels with 37-inch military MTR tires, custom bumpers, four-wheel disc brakes, Hydroboost brakes, and 22-gallon fuel cell.


2006 Ford F-150
Ditson Abraham, Duluth, Georgia

This show-stopper is powered by a 5.4-liter V-8 with a Magnuson supercharger, Predator Tune, and a Corsa performance exhaust, sits low with the help of a Belltech Performance lowering kit, rolls on 295/30ZR22 Pirelli Scorpion tires, and stops with SSB Big Brakes.


1998 Chevrolet K1500 Silverado 4x4
Vince Sunde, Valley, Nebraska

With more than 200,000 miles and climbing, this Silverado's 5.7-liter Vortec is still running strong with no leaks, and it doesn't burn a drop of oil. The truck has new grille guards, window tint, late-model Silverado wheels, and a torsion bar crank.


1988 GMC Suburban
Gary Rost, Federal Way, Washington

This Suburban is road ready with a Lund visor and bug shield, American Racing wheels, fiberglass runningboards and fender flares, Panasonic CD player, Rockford Fosgate subwoofer, and a K&N air filter. Body style remained largely unchanged for 19 model years.