We're guilty of it as much as you are—you see a nice truck with paint, suspension, and some audio and you say, "That's a nice custom truck." My desktop dictionary defines the word "customize" as modifying according to individual requirements. Casey Scranton, the owner of this '12 F-150, doesn't "customize" like the average truck enthusiast. He and his dad, Ron, own CGS Motorpsorts, and have been taking pickups to the next level way back when they created Caddy Hack, a former cover truck in 1999 that dropped jaws with the best of 'em. Fast-forward to 2012, and the father and son combo have one of the most custom F-150s in the country. Over the next few months, we'll show you the major steps involved in transforming this Ford into a classy, tire-shredding hot rod with a bed. Take a look at this no-holding-back level of commitment, as we hope you'll be inspired to take your own truck to the next level.