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Radical Renderings- Highlander Custom Renderings
Highlander Custom Renderings began as a simple love for drawing, designing and making things. Tavis Highlander from Poulsbo, Washington, is the talented mind behind HCR and his work shows a passion for cool styles, custom concepts, and attention to detail. While he was still in college, Tavis was already working professionally to design several custom
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2022 Tesla Cybertruck: Wired for Off-Road and Capability
Were you expecting the 2022 Tesla Cybertruck to be a Honda Ridgeline with batteries? Did you expect Tesla to play it safe and work off the same template that Rivian has been shopping around? Did you expect a vehicle with more range and capability than a Bollinger B2? What exactly did you expect?   We
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2020 Ram 1500 Built to Serve Edition Honors Armed Forces
Ram is offering a new special edition that will honor the U.S. Armed Forces with unique, patriotic touches. The 2020 Ram 1500 Built to Serve is based on the Big Horn trim level, with lots of thoughtful additions to honor each branch. Each specific branch’s 1500 Built to Serve edition will be offered in two
Brett T. EvansNov 22, 2019
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2019 Los Angeles Auto Show – First Look: 2021 Kia Seltos
Kia will add another crossover to its lineup, slotting in beneath the Sportage and above the Soul. The 2021 Kia Seltos, which has already been revealed for other global markets, has now officially been confirmed for the United States. The Seltos’ genealogy is a bit of a mystery; when it was first announced, we assumed
Brett T. EvansNov 22, 2019
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Truck Trend Legends: The (Original) Jeep Gladiator
The new Jeep Gladiator is now among us. If anyone has just dropped back into this dimension from an alternate universe after a freak particle accelerator accident in the ’90s, the Gladiator is a pickup truck variant of the Jeep Wrangler. Oh, and there’s this thing called the Internet now. You’re going to love it.
Colin RyanNov 21, 2019
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2014 Ram 2500- Demon Child
There are certain advantages to being friends with someone high up in the industry in which you are involved. For Keith Federspiel of Denver, Colorado, he has a good friend TJ Hill who runs the company FiveR Trucks out of Colorado. FiveR Trucks was using their builds on a current TV show called “The Lifted
Phil GordonNov 21, 2019
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2006 Nissan Titan- Blizzard
By definition, a blizzard is a severe snowstorm lasting for a prolonged period of time. The core difference between a snowstorm and a blizzard is the strength of wind. Ricardo Olvera likens his 2006 Nissan Titan to a blizzard in that it comes quickly and has the ability to cause damage in the wake of
Phil GordonNov 21, 2019
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2019 Los Angeles Auto Show – First Look: 2020 Buick Encore GX
Buick is filling in all of the SUV white space it can for 2020, starting with this, the Encore GX. Slotting in above the subcompact Encore but below the compact/midsize Envision (and well beneath the behemoth Enclave), the Encore GX will also feature downsized engine offerings, with a tiny 1.2L turbocharged I-3 coming standard. The
Brett T. EvansNov 19, 2019
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Truck Trend Pre-Owned: 2013 to 2016 Mazda CX-5
The Mazda CX-5 is far and away the company’s best-selling vehicle. It seems as though making a compact crossover is one of the easiest paths to great riches, since there’s an almost insatiable demand. But the CX-5 deserves its success, because it’s one of the finer examples of the class. Between the model years of
Colin RyanNov 18, 2019
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2016 Ford F250- Dun4Sho
Most people that build a truck of this high caliber have had past experiences with custom trucks and companies prior to their build. Gary Brewer and his wife, Molly, own a daycare business in Zephyrhills, Florida, just outside of Orlando and have never completed a truck build anything like this. Originally, Gary grew up in
Phil GordonNov 18, 2019
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1994 GMC 1500- El Guapo
In some cases, a tragedy brings out the very best and most creative sides of us. For Robert Sharp of Live Oak, Texas, a tragedy catapulted his need for a custom truck. It started as a young child when he and his older brother, Brent, grew up helping their father, Brent Sr., build and repair
Phil GordonNov 15, 2019
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First Drive: 2020 Nissan Titan
Nissan made a big splash in 2017 when the company introduced us to the all-new Titan. Lacking a major update since the truck’s initial launch in 2004, this marked a huge milestone. We even found the truck to be so good that we awarded it our 2017 Pickup Truck of the Year trophy and all
Jason GondermanNov 15, 2019
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Happy Anniversary, Infiniti!
Infiniti recently turned 30 years old, having first opened its showroom doors on November 8, 1989, with the debut of the Q45 sedan, a sleek and ultramodern machine that stood out in stark contrast to other luxury cars. The Q45 came with a sporty cockpit bereft of chrome and wood, as well as unusually smooth
Brett T. EvansNov 14, 2019
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1970 Chevy Crew Cab Dualie- La Perla Azul
Mike Snead is a family man through and through. Born and raised on the Southwest side of Houston, Texas, Mike is the youngest of five kids. With three brothers and a sister, Mike’s father started a construction company in the early sixties that specialized in site work and utilities. When Mike became an adult, he
Phil GordonNov 14, 2019
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Long-Term Report: 2019 Ram 1500 Rebel Report 1 of 4
The original Ram Rebel was born from a corporate exercise to determine what a light-duty Power Wagon might look like. The first generation was good, but there was always room for improvement. We were excited to finally get our hands on a second-generation Rebel on the excellent new “DT” platform, which was engineered as a
Sean P. HolmanNov 14, 2019
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Top 10 Ford Broncos of the 2019 SEMA Show
Ford had the hearts and minds of automotive journalists and enthusiasts across the country racing this year at the prospect of the world debut of one of the most highly anticipated new vehicles in recent memory, the new Bronco. A group of select media was shuttled to a remote site in the desert near Las
Jason GondermanNov 14, 2019
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Top 12 Ford F-150 Raptors of SEMA 2019
Introduced in 2009, the Ford F-150 Raptor has been the halo vehicle of the Blue Oval for a decade now. Often imitated but never replicated, the Ford Raptor has been a staple vehicle of the SEMA Show since its debut. Stock Raptors, with their distinct look, wide fenders, big tires, and fancy Fox shocks are
Jason GondermanNov 14, 2019
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First Drive 2020 Jeep Wrangler EcoDiesel
For nearly 33 years, Jeep’s uber-popular Wrangler (preceded by the legendary “CJ” Series) has symbolized “the ultimate” in off-road–ready sport-utility vehicles—trucks that, when purchased new or used, can be taken into the boonies immediately after closing the deal. In a bone-stock or modified state, it’s a rig that’s ready to blast across sand, plow through
K.J. JonesNov 14, 2019
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Where Have All The Driveshafts Gone? SEMA 2019
It’s an epidemic, a plague really, that seems to strike Las Vegas every year during the first week of November. As custom trucks roll into the Las Vegas Convention Center for the annual SEMA Show by the hundreds, there’s a bandit lurking out in the shadows, with his (or her) wrench set in hand, ready
Jason GondermanNov 12, 2019
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Top 10 Best New Truck Parts and Products at SEMA 2019 Day 3 #MTSEMA19
Aftermarket manufactures put a huge amount of resources into the development of parts and products to fit pickup trucks. This is very evident at the annual Specialty Equipment Market Association show at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, with all the vehicles and items on display. So, we spent day three of
John LehenbauerNov 12, 2019
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