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The Alpha Colorado ZR2: Leveling Up Chevrolet's Capable Off-Road Truck

This custom Colorado kicks up Chevy's purpose-built pickup several notches with 37" Nitto Ridge Grapplers and six inches of lift.

The Twin-Turbo Pickup Wars: Ford's 3.5 EcoBoost V6 vs Toyota's i-Force 3.5 V6

Same displacement, same setup. Ford's popular 3.5 EcoBoost F-150 has some new competition.

What Makes The Ford 8.8 Inch Rear End An Unkillable Choice For Muscle Car Projects?

The unkillable Ford 8.8 inch rear is the perfect starting point for almost any project.

Rust Repair: LokJaw Is Made Water-Tight—And One Step Closer To Finished

In a move to preserve LokJaw’s original Patina, Banks turns to an old friend to fix the rust holes in its ’66 C20 project, among other things.

Review: The 2021 Chevrolet Suburban Duramax Diesel Is The Ultimate Full-Size American SUV

This Chevrolet makes it hard to argue that massive people movers should be powered by anything other than ultra-smooth, fuel-sipping turbodiesels.

Design, Fabricate, Install, Repeat: LokJaw’s Engine Access Gets Downright Savage

Banks’ ’66 C20 blown Duramax project gets a functional hood and becomes a verifiable frame-layer in the process.

The Cummins-Powered, First-Gen Crew Cab Dodge Should’ve Built

Classic lines, Cummins power and an Allison transmission make this farm-built ’82 D350 the ultimate old-school tow-rig.

Rarer Than a Ferrari? The Lincoln Blackwood Was More Than Just a Fancy F-150

20 years on, we look back on Lincoln's short-lived attempt and building a luxury "pickup sedan."

You Could be Driving this Custom Fair Lane Estate Ford Bronco RTR

Off-roading and drifting champion Vaughn Gittin Jr. and RTR Vehicles want to you to have this Fair Lane Estate Ford Bronco.

The Ford 351 V8 Came In Cleveland, Windsor, and Michigan (Modified) Flavors

There are few engine families as confusing as the Ford 351ci V8.

Clawing To Victory: Diesel Truck Pulling From the 25th Scheid Diesel Extravaganza

After a quarter-century of four-digit horsepower dirt-slinging action, the Scheid Diesel Extravaganza is as competitive as ever.

The Family Cruiser: A Slammed ’72 Blazer Built to Modern Standards

Steve Green regretfully sold off a similar vehicle and later built this improved version with some newly acquired inspiration.

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