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Pickup, Van & 4WD
December
1982

Impressions - GMC's 2 + 2 S-Truck (Driving the four-seat S-15) Features - It's Elementary (Choosing the right foul air filter); What About The Brake Composition (Picking a pad for sure stops); Christmas Gift Guide (What to buy your truck for the holidays) Technical - Dialing For Dollars, Part II (Installing Holley's Mile Dial econo-carb); Sounds Abound (High-technology truck tunes for the S-10); Braking Old Habits (Installing brake proportioning valve); Induction Selection (Finding your way through the manifold maze) Gallery - Street Stalker (A King Cab for full-moon nights); Cameo Appearance (A trio of the finest Fleetside Chevys); Stepside Eldorado (A Chevy with Cadillac power) Departments - Up Front; Open Line; Pro-File; Let's Get Technical; PV4 SEZ; Vehicle Test Summary; Advertiser's Index
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Pickup, Van & 4WD
January
1983

Special Section - Ring & Pinion Revue (All the gears that fit, we print); Getting Your Rear In Gear (Ring & pinion swapping made easy) Tests - Turbo Diesel D-50 (A five-speed diesel for the fast lane); Taking The Fifth (Wheel) (The way we do the things we do) Features - Dialing For Dollars - Part III (Proving two barrels are better than one); Net Gain (Finally, an aerodynamic tailgate); Over-The-Counter Performance (Factory go-fast parts); Paint Your Wagon (A customizer's dream project pickup); Hi Ho Silver (Who was that masked van?); Ding-A-Ling Phone Company (E.T., we found your van) Technical - Turbo Diesel Teardown (Inside the Mitsubushi mill); Getting Kontrolle (Building the ultimate street truck shock); Backyard Big-Block Swap (A PV 4 reader does it himself) Departments - Up Front; Open Line; Let's Get Technical; Shopper's Guide; PV4 Sez; What & Where; Vehicle Test Summary; Advertiser's Index
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Street Truck
Summer
1991

Features - Test: 1991 Ford Ranger (A powerful V6 + new 5-speed = Big Fun); Cheap Chic (The best place to find parts may be the last place you'd look); Cheap Thrills (How to buy (and sell) used power parts) Technical - Bumper-To-Bumper Sealing Tips (Everything you need to know to seal up your pickup); Truck Tech (How friction materials (i.e. brake linings) work); Home-Style Head Porting (Grind your way to power and performance); Duct Tales (NACA vents: not your average customizing trick); Cover Me (Trader's trick new tonneau offers security - and style); Suspended Animation (Bell Tech's new bolt-in Corvette IRS kit); Drop The Hammer (Our GMC Sonoma gets dumped for a pretty profile) Truck Features - Winged Warrior (A pilot's land-based flyer has gotta be quick); Orange Smoothie (This '31 Ford overcame a "Titanic" maiden voyage); White Hot (Out of the Tucson heat and dust rises this '56 F-100); Candy & Chrome (This blown brandywine bullet is a real blast from the past); The Survivor (A '65 GMC - built for the 1990s); Mighty Max (This Mitsubishi makes a real "splash" at the local cruise); Battle Wagon (A '67 Chevy Panel by any other name); Torch Song (The only part of this '75 Chevy still original is the cab); Pretty In Pink (This customized cruiser is one fine '49); The Elky-Haul-Ic (What else would you call a blown, alky-ingesting 'Camino?)
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Hot Rod Hot Trucks
November
1993

Contents - Pickup Lines (A truck as the future sports car?); Blown Big-Block Tech (How to make your truck Pumped Up); 175-MPH Chevy Truck (Arizona's Speed & Marine's Black Magic); 50+ Tips And Tricks (Simple how-tos for the home mechanic); Custom Classics (A pair of oldies from Ford and Chevy); Fuel-Injection How-To (Injecting the performance); Project Dualie Buildup (Build the ultimate Big Tow vehicle - Part 1, Part 2); Midsize Muscle (The Chevy vs Ford Muscle Mania Continues); Ford Lightning Road Test (Where there's thunder, there's Ford's hot truck); '91 Chevy Fleetside (This one's Slick and Slide); Guide To Suspension Lowering (Attitude Adjustment; Suspension Buyer's Guide); V8 Power Swaps (Ford half-ton 460 how-to; 454 Chevy S-10; Rat-powered Chevy Luv truck; V6 power for Datsun minis); Complete Sport Truck Buyer's Guide (All the goodies for your truck) Special Section - Eddie Van Halen's VanHauler; Going Pro; Mean Green Machine; Special Chemistry; Image Conscious; Pro Tow; Tweak'd; Ford vs. Chevy Shootout
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Petersen's 4 Wheel & Off-Road
December
1993

Cover Section: Paint Tips & Tech - Cover Truck: Operation Chevy Storm (There's nothing subtle about our project Chevy); Proper Prep (Getting your sheetmetal ready the right way); Low-Buck Painting (Quality paint jobs are avaialble for budget buildups); Baking-Soda Stripping (How to strip it without using sand); Rust Patching (Bust that rust and lock it up forever) Special Section: Readers' Rides - 100 Readers' Rides (Bonus pages full of your favorite rigs) Technical - Solid-Axle Ford Lift (How to raise that late '70s Blue Oval); Interior Buyer's Guide (Truck interior decorating made easy); Goodyear Tire Test (The GS-A radial is three tires in one) Features - Power Wagon Rendezvous (A gathering of the faithful in Colorado); '77 Dodge D100 (They scoffed at this big, burgundy buildup); Alaska Trail Ride (Fishing and wheeling in Seward's Folly); Colorado And Iowa Jamborees (Show action that was high and not so dry); '73 Chevy Surburban (A truck that changed in the right direction); '88 Ford Ranger (Named after the toughest lawmen in the West); Michigan Racing Action (Ever heard of the Michigan 1200?) Vehicle Tests - Three-Way Pickup Comparison (The all-new S-10 makes it a whole new ballgame) Departments - 4xForward; Letters; Trail Tip; Drive Lines; New Products; Nuts & Bolts; Marketplace; Homegrown How-Tos; Tailgate
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Petersen's 4 Wheel & Off-Road
May
1994

Special Section: Engine Tuning & Tech - Easy Engine Upgrades (Powerplant improvements you can do by hand); Rancho Performance Exhaust (Smog-legal power pipes); Ten Tune-Up Tips (Underhood tricks for performance and efficiency); Alternate Fuels (Supercharged methanol Suzuki Sidekick); Engine Parts Buyers' Guide (Look no further for 4x4 power) Technical - Operation Chevy Storm (It's a wrap); 50 Homegrown How-Tos (Bottom-dollar, top-value 4x4 tech tips); New Warn Winch & Grillguard (Trans4ming the F-truck); Dodge Dakota 4-Inch Lift (Up-lifting experience from Trail Master) Features - Cover Truck: '89 Chevy (Living large with a 4x4 Crew Cab dualie); Wild Early Bronco (You've seen this Bronco-and-a-half); Alaska Trail Action ('Wheeling in Anchorage's backyard); Chevy Prototype 4x4s (A trio of Bow-Tie one-offs); '84 Jeep (A family-built CJ-7); Parker 400 Race Coverage (Debut of the Trophy Trucks) Vehicle Tests - Land Rover Discovery (A new big cat in the SUV jungle); GMC Jimmy Wrap-Up (The Red Romper retires) Departments - 4xForward; Letters; Readers' Rides; Trail Tip; Drive Lines; Catalog Section; New Products; Nuts & Bolts; Marketplace; Whoops
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NASCAR SuperTruck Racing
March
1996

Features - Subway 100 (For road coarse expert Ron Hornaday jr., Sears Point Raceway feels like home); Inside The Top Ten (Take a look at the nine drivers who elbowed their way into the top ten); NASCAR SuperTruck Series By Craftsman 1995 Series Wrap-Up (A look back at what could easily be considered the most successful first year series in the history of motorsports); Skinner Stars At NASCAR SuperTruck Awards (Atop Knob Hill in San Francisco, the Fairmont Hotel served as a classy location for a first rate celebration); The Chosen Ones (Driver Mike Skinner, crew chief Rich Burgess and team manager Will Lind recount the making of a championship team); Spears Manufacturing 200 (The crowd goes wild at Mesa Marin Raceway as the tortoise beats the hares in Bakersfield tire duel); GM Goodwrench/Delco Battery 200 (Skinner wins Phoenix NASCAR SuperTruck Series by Craftsman championship); Homestead Expo Race (South Florida's Homestead Motorsports Complex hosts a 25-lap exhibition of the NASCAR SuperTruck Series by Craftsman); Athletes In Motion (Are these modern day chariot racers really athletes? Top trainer Walter Smith discusses the rigors of competition); Image Is Everything (Sandie Denton pays her dues as the owner of the Number 10 Made For You Products Chevrolet) Race Tech - Twice As Shocking (MSD's approach to dual ignition - because the importance of a consistent, accurately timed and smokin' hot spark can't be ignored) Derpartments - Editorial; Passing Lane; Inside Lane; Mike Skinner; Scott Lagasse; Joe Ruttman; Rick Carelli; Tobey Butler; Tech Forum; Photo Extra
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NASCAR Truck Racing
July
1996

Features - Back In The Saddle Again (Simultaneously acting as racer and broadcaster, Glenn Jarrett will come out of retirement and present the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series in a new light); Florida Dodge Dealers 400 (Forty-eight teams roll into Metro-Dade Homestead Motorsport Complex for the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series kick-off); 1996 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series - The Teams (Introducing the teams and drivers to beat in what promises to be an action-packed, fender-rubbing 24-race schedule); Lindy Hornaday - The Woman Behind The Man (On the heels of a life-changing year, Mrs. Ron Hornaday Jr. reflects on her experiences and outlines her hopes for the future with Dale Earnhardt Racing); Hendrick Takes Aim On A Championship (Driver Jack Sprague and the top-notch Quaker State/Slick 50 Hendrick Motorsports team intend to parlay their individual strengths into a winning combination); The Critic's Choice (Mark & Linda Mountanos have taken their passions for coffee, fine wines and racing and created thriving businesses, a record of success they hope to repeat with Steve Portenga and L&M Racing) Driver Profiles - Joe Ruttman (Last seasons points championship runner-up looks forward to a successful series behind the wheel of Roush Racing's Ford F-150); Chris Trickle (This Las Vegas-based Sportsman driver looks forward to his June 1st debut at Colorado National Speedway under the newly formed Trickle Racing banner); Lance Norick (Walker Evans Racing welcomes former Supercross and VECTOR race cars' lead test driver to its two-truck stable); Bobby Gill (He may have some big shoes to fill, but racing brings out the best in the newly crowned driver for Spears Motor Sports) Departments - Editorial; Passing Lane; Inside Line; Mike Skinner; Rick Carelli; Joe Ruttman; Photo Extra; Ron Hornaday Jr., Bill Sedgwick; Jack Sprague; Photo Extra; 1996 Race Schedule
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Sport Truck
February
1999

Sport Truck Of The Year - The Test (Route 66 revisited); The Trucks ('99 Chevrolet S-10 Xtreme; '99 Ford F-150 Lariat; ;99 GMC Sierra Extended Cab; '99 Mazda B4000 Cab Plus-4); The Winner ('99 Chevrolet Silverado); What's New (Big cab country: new trucks for 1999) Cool Homebuilt Trucks - It's My Creation (Hot homebuilt haulers); Slammed Sensation ('90 Chevy Sportside); One Bad Blue Oval ('94 Ford Ranger); SImply Sane ('95 Dodge Ram); Visual Perfection ('94 GMC Sonoma); Mountain Of Music ('67 Chevy C-10); Overboard ('72 Chevy Cheyenne) Tech - Ask And You Shall Receive (Get your truck sponsored); Low-Buck Tips And How-Tos (50 new tricks of the trade); Project Frame Up (Front-suspension rebuild); Mouse Hunt (Build a budget stroker); Cabin Fever (Keep your interior looking it's best) Departments - Fast Forward; Letters; Shop Talk; News; Maintenance Basics; New Products; Readers' Trucks; TDC; Hot Tips; Calendar; Tech Tidbits
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Street Trucks
August
1999

Contents - Word On The Street (Industry news, unsubstantiated rumors and interesting facts); Meet The A-Team (Steve Stillwell's personal introduction of the staff); Nuts & Bolts (Bill Turner returns to be our tech doctor); Fat Block '55 (Mean for the street classic); Parts Counter (A look at the new truck parts in your future); In The Groove (Brian McCormick's twisted dairy farm); Paso '99 (Spring gathering of Chevy and GMC trucks); Syndicate Of Style (The undisputed king of the Kustom hill); Two Lane Tech (Doc Frohmader will be making house calls); Believe The Hype (Nissan's latest effort in pickups and SUVs); Color Me Map (Your guide to portable GPS navigation); Gold Miner (A hot 1968 Chevy truck done retro); Going The Way Of The Buffalo (The end of the Chevy C/K line); Floored (Texas hot rod truck going up in flames); Armed And Dangerous (It all began with a commuter S-10 lowering job); F-100 Western Nats (Gettin' ready for the year 2000 round-up of F-100s); Clean Cut Shave (Where did the tailgate handle go?); Grocery Getter (Colorado Custom Wheels' Navigator); Suicidal Tendencies (Need doors that open backwards?); Understated (An '88 Nissan hardbody done Arizona style); Red Dawg (A '56 Ford that ushers in the new style); Pair Of Aces (Check out a custom Sierra and Denali from GMC); Power Play (Power steering for the 1960-'66 GM trucks); Riding On Air (Four wheel air bags for 1973-'87 Chevy trucks); Like Father, Like Son (A custom mini that rolls to the shows in style); Herculiner (Do it yourseld bedliner); The Dream (Red Ford F-1 done in street rod style); Show Deck (Classic bedwood for new trucks); Frenz-N-Motion Fun Run (The 9th Annual Show in Waco, Texas); Got Style? (Having a cool street image is a priority); West Coast Nats (Return of a legendary event); Road Fools (This West Coast Nats convoy lasted five minutes); Fresh Facelift (Silver gauge face install); Toyota Tundra Intro (A look at the full-size, V-8 powered Toyota); Snug Lid (A no-holes bed cover install); The Last Word (Courtney Halowell's view out the back glass); Events (Whas' happening in your neck of the country); Parting Shot (Weird, wacky and other outstanding flicks)
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Sport Truck
September
1999

Building & Buying Tips - Three For The Road (Almost) (Trucks in progress); What Lies Ahead (Pro builder's tips); Want To Buy A Truck? (The 10 best used-truck buys) Features & Events - Inner Beauty ('64 Chevy Fleetside); Untouchable ('94 Chevy C1500); Small But Mighty Fine ('96 GMC Sierra); Powerhouse ('93 GMC Sierra); Writers' Rides (A look at what we drive); Extra Cash ('97 Dodge Dakota); Wild Times: '99 West Coast (Sunset SoCal's River Bash); Ovally Orange ('90 Ford F-350) Bolt-On Power & Tech - Big Rims Keep On Turnin' (Bent-alloy-wheel fix); Got Power? ($1,000 performance package deals); The Power Brokers (Blower vs. turbo vs compression); The Q-Jet/HEI Two-Step (Rebuilding tips); Cookin' Up Some Performance (Power package install); Retro-Jection (TPI swap tips); On The Throttle (Power bolt-ons buyer's guide) Departments - Fast Forward; Letters; Shop Talk; News; Maintenance Basics; New Products; Readers' Trucks; TDC; Hot Tips; Calendar; Tech Tidbits
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Sport Truck
October
1999

Trucks & Shows! - Under The Rainbow ('98 Chevy S-10); Slam Dunk ('96 Chevy S-10 three door); Never Too Late ('32 Ford Roadster pickup); In Progress ('67 Chevy Fleetside); We're Jamming (California Truck Jamboree); Wheelwright ('36 Chevy); The Long Haul (Hot Rod Power Tour); Killer Bee ('99 Dodge Dakota R/T); F.O.R.D. ('66 Chevy S-10); Laid And Displayed ('97 Chevy S-10); Art Attack ('93 Chevy C1500) Tech - Inside Job (Lowering a '99 Silverado); Attachable Pieces (Body bolt-on guide); Altitude Adjustment (Belltech F-150 drop); Color Me Gone (SnugTop's design-a-truck contest); Bitchin' Boxes (50 hot bed tips) SUV Power - Fatboy 4X4 (Tahoe power-package install); May-December Marriage ('83 Chevy S-10 Blazer); Jack Fact Pack (Jacking options and tips) Departments - Fast Forward; Letters; Shop Talk; News; Manitenance Basics; Hot Tips; Readers' Trucks; New Products; TDC; Calendar; Tech Tidbits
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Sport Truck
November
1999

Low-Buck Buildup - The $5,987 Wonder ('68 Chevy on the cheap); The Resurrection Direction (Restoration parts guide); Bonus Catalog Section (The companies you need to know) Sport Truck Nationals - Hottest Show Of The Century! ('99 Sport Truck Nationals); Great Tips (Great things we saw) SUV Power - Blown, Out West ('99 Ford Expedition); Michigan Muscle ('97 Chevy Tahoe) Feature Trucks - Doin' It For Herself ('97 Chevy Extended Cab); It's A Way Of Life ('96 GMC Sonoma); In Progress ('55 Chevy); Rare Breed ('77 Dodge Ram) Technical Solutions - Electrical Problems (Answers to electrical FAQ's); Low Classic (Air Ride suspension install); Braking Up With Stillen (Four-wheel disc brake upgrade); Dakota Power Secrets (Tips & tricks for more power); Raising The Lowered (Lifting a '99 Silverado) Departments - Fast Forward; Letters; News; Shop Talk; Hot Tips; Readers' Trucks; New Products; TDC; Maintenance Basics; Calendar; Tech Tidbits
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Street Trucks
January
2000

Editorial (Why baseball sucks and truck shows rule); Word On The Street (Industry news, gossip, interesting facts, and unsubstantiated rumors); Nuts And Bolts (Power to the people! And to your trucks steering, too); The Art Of Self Promotion (A mean looking '99 Silverado sittin' flat on 20s); Parts Counter (Get the low down on all the hot new products for your truck); In The Groove (Open your mind and your tailgate will follow); Wicked (Could this be the baddest 1971 Chevy truck ever built? You decide); Two Lane Tech (Everything you need to know about picking a Ford nine-inch rear end); Carlisle All-Truck Nationals (Trucks old and new turned out for this ninth annual event); Outfitter's Corner (Wrestling the turbocharged HKS urban guerilla); Electric Avenue (Place your order now for a flying millennium truck); Saddle Up (Godfather Customs puts Saddleman in the custom truck spotlight); Paint Booth (Parental discretion advised while reading the answers to these paint questions); Diamond In The Rough (One of the cleanest '58 Chevys you will ever see); Metal Militia (How to skin a '99 Silverado to make it look more bitchin' than the next guy's); Mission Accomplished (Introducing the 1999 Ford F-100 Supernationals F-1 "Truck of the Year"); Altitude Adjustment (Fabtech Motorsports puts some distance between the ground and this Isuzu Hombre); Waco '99 (Another wild weekend deep in the heart of Texas, no FBI required); First Go 'Round (Extra-low orange Ford Ranger is good for the custom diet); High Performance Catalytic Convertor (CGS Motorsports helps explain how catalytic converters jack up your truck's performance); Sterling Style (A bad ass Chevy Extended Cab tearing up the Japan show scene); Blue Oval Big Block - Part I (How to build a hot rod Ford engine on a budget); Bladerunner (Cal Custom has a cool new aluminim dental plan for the Ford Super Duty); Pit Bull (It takes balls the size of Texas to cut up a super rare big window, uni-body Ford); A Better Box (Classic truck fans rejoice. Mar-K has a new no-bolt bed wood kit); Crewzer (You have never seen a badder dually than this sick California crew cab); Bye-Bye Barn Doors (Don Jacks shows F-100 fans how to make their Panel doors one-piece); Hot Rod Supernationals (High octane pro attitude fun in the heart of the Midwest); The Big Low Down - Part I (A custom way to modify the front suspension of '63-'72 Chevys to put them down super low); The Last Word (Resolutions revisited); Reader's Streettrucks (Some cool snaps of some of our readers slick rides); Parting Shots (The weird, the wacky and other totally riduclous shots we normally throw away or send to the CIA)
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Street Trucks
March
2000

Editorial (Steve tries to convince you that he is still sane after purchasing a '59 Dodge ugly thing); Word On The Streets (Industry news, gossip, interesting facts, and unsubstantiated rumors); Nuts & Bolts (Bill Turner composes classics to street cars, then gets off on a tangent about paint again); Heavy Haulers (GM unveils it's long-awaited heavy crew cab pickups); Parts Counter (All the hot new goodies that you have to have for your truck); In The Groove (I didn't know I had a fan club); The Champion (The truck that changed F-100 customizing forever); Two Lane Tech (Truths and tales about keeping your cool); Pathgrinder (A Nissan SUV that does zero to bad in 90 days); Reality Check '99 (Cool trucks and hot temps along the mighty Mississippi); Electric Avenue (Just what will happen if I put my tongue on that copper thingy?); Paint Booth (How to learn and laugh with paint); Mean Green Machine (They say the first time is the best); Turning The Screws (Kenne Bell twists power from the five-liter Dodge); Extreme Baggage (Alter Images shows how to lay a Toyota out flat with bags on all four corners); Nostalgia To Hi-Tech (High School hot roddin' in a super clean Effie); Blue Oval Big Block - Part II (Turning the last wrench on our built-up Ford big block); Showfest (A wild weekend deep in the heart of the South); Family Value (A beautiful Ford F-1 that has been in the family for nearly half century); Urban Commando - Part II (Gearing up for better performance with Superior Gears); Extreme Behavior (If you own an SUV, then it should look like this clean Expedition); Slamboree (The biggest little truck show in Oklahoma); Fat Nine (A pro street '59 Chevy that just couldn't be passed up); Installing JET's SCU 2000 (JET dials in performance on the all new Chevy Silverados); Power Pony (Betch ain't ever seen one of these before); Insanity (The most Billy Bob bad bone body dropped Burban you will find in Texas); Laying Low (Slick and mean like every S-series mini should be); The Low Down - Part II (The final steps to completing a custom '63-'72 Chevy truck slam job); The Last Word (A soap box stand-off to determine just who really is a slacker); Reader's Streettrucks (Some cool snaps of our reader's radical rides); Parting Shots (A trucker's glance at some of the things that really suck)
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Street Trucks
June
2000

Editorial (Steve's old Dodge Panel actually starts to look like something pretty cool); Word On The Streets (All the hot news, gossip, spy photos and generally street worthy information you need in order to sustain life); Nuts & Bolts (More inspiring classic technical knowledge from our good ol' buddy in the desert); Paso 2000 (A return to Paso Robles, California, for the Chevy/GMC Truck Nationals proves to be the best yet); Parts Counter (Shop till you drop with this cool selection of dope goods fresh to the custom truck scene); In The Groove (Just when you thought I was the only nutcase on the planet, along comes a gang of custom riding lawnmower owners); Grunt (A bad-to-the-bone, shop promoting, boat toing cover truck); Two Lane Tech (Why taking a mechanical short cut can end up costing you your life); Nextrucks (Hot shots and inside information about what kind of cool trucks you can expect to see in the near future); Electric Avenue (That buzzing sound you hear might not be coming from inside your melon); Speed Glo (APC introduces a sick new white face gauge insert lighted by Indigo technology); Big Wave (A guy named Big Wave Dave and his cool looking Ford F-150 standard cab); Subterrean Blues (So you wanna be low? Then check out this front to back how-to on laying your truck on the ground); Sportside '55 (Proof that the ages of old and new can be blended together perfectly); X2000 (Introducting Gaylord's hot new lid that is unquestionably the most advanced bed cover on the market); Grand Roadster Show (The cream of the crop were on hand for this traditional cavalcade of fresh high-end customs); Pounded (Mr. Nissan would roll over in his grave if he laid eyes on this flattened Hardbody); Room With A View - Part I ('56 F-100 owners can now have the big back window they have always wanted); In Da Zone (Playing the custom mini-truck scene game on a whole new level); Blazin' Two-By (The first true custom pre-runner Suburban that is as much show as it is go); Urban Commando Finale (Our Crew Cab project hits the road thanks to multiple shocks and lateral trac bars); Farm Fresh (This mean looking pro street '71 Chevy shall haul dirt and farm equipment no more); Blaz-Hoe (A Tahoe it is called. A Blazer it really is. But either way, this sport ute is definitely bad to the bone); Frontier Metal Mods (Taking the rolling pan back to the back end of the Nissan Frontier); Outfitter's Corner (A more in-depth look at Chevrolet's Avalanche hybrid concept truck); Run To The Rock (Good ol' boys and their bitchin' good ol' Fords migrated to famed Chimney Rock once again); Event Scene (Pack your bags truck fans, it's time to hit the spring and summer shows); The Last Word (Tito spews forth more truck stuff for you to try and digest); Reader's Streettrucks (Some cool snaps of some of our reader's cool rides); Trosley's Truck Toons (Our old truck comic illustrator pal returns to give you something to laugh about)
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Street Trucks
July
2000

Editorial (Steve explains why things are the way they are); Word On The Streets (All the hot news, gossip, spy photos, and general street worthy information you need to keep you cool on a hot summer day); In The Groove (Layin' the smack down about all the stuff that really bugs); Sucka Punch (A bad ass Chevy S-10 mini that doesn't have a gray tweed interior); Parts Counter (Shop til you drop with this cool selection of dope goods fresh to the custom truck scene); Nuts & Bolts (More classic oriental knowledge from our friendly desert truck builder); Old Tech (On this Effie, it's what you can't see that's most important); Two Lane Tech (A whole bunch of examples of how cutting suspension corners could very well cost you your life); West Coast Nationals (Three's a crowd on the Colorado River, but a couple thousand is an all out truck run party); Electric Avenue (Hot new electonics to turn your ride into a millennium mobile); Paint Booth (Answers to all your custom paint questions from Garth Brooks biggest fan); Bladerunner II (California Customs introduces a trick new grille to give the Ford F-150 a seriously cool look); Orange Crush (A super clean classic Chevy that is sure to make anyone a llittle jealous); Transmission Transformation (JET Performance installs a hopped up overdrive tranny into an 80s Chevy dually); Copperhead (We guarantee you haven't seen a cleaner looking '71 Surburban than Mike King's new ride); Can You See It (Mean green Chevy extended cab that's laid out like a snake's belly); Billet Yourself (Stull Industries puts some aluminum touches to the front of a Ford Ranger); All For Show (With the storm subsided, Noack's Arc finally gets to cruise into magazine stardom); Room With A View - Part II (Putting the final touches to the ultimate Ford big window conversion); Western F-100 Nationals (Classic Ford fans made their annual trek to the West's best F-100 gathering); Tilt (A trick little gadget that makes yanking a motor much easier); Taking Away The Sway (Hotchkis takes the sway away from lifted four-bys with bigger anti-sway bars); Clearly Overcab (APC's new clear cab lights for dually's and crew cabs are just what you have been waiting for); A Day In The Sun (Cool was the rule at Severed Ties' annual custom truck get together); Midwest Sensation (Just when you thought your Ranger was the lowest thing around, along comes this sick little Ford to introduce you to humility); Porthole To The Stars (Put the sun and stars within driving reach with the installation of an ASC sunroof); Pleasanton (Phat truck rides from all over the Golden State made the annual pilgrimage to Pleasanton's hottest event); Outfitter's Corner (Stillen takes a 2000 Ford F-150 to the limits of both cosmetics and performance); Speed Demon (A 460-powered rocket of rareness); Event Scene (Pack your bags and hit the road to all the hot custom truck shows); The Last Word (Neato Tito gives graphic details of how he gets jiggy wit it); Reader's Streettrucks (Some cool snaps of some of our reader's phat rides)
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Street Trucks
August
2000

Editorial (Why we particularily care to breathe with a diaper on our faces); Word On The Streets (All the hot news, gossip, spy photos, and general street worthy information you need to keep you cool on a hot summer day); In The Groove (Why those who dare to be different become kings); Big-O (Negative Camber's evil little webmaster gets taken to Supreme Courtney); Parts Counter (Shop til you drop with this cool collection of new stuff from your pals in the aftermarket); Nuts & Bolts (Bill Turner breaks in his new computer while answering some of our reader's questions); Tweakin' A wildly sculpted S-10 mini with an interior worthy of making this month's cover); 22nd Annual F-100 Supernationals (832 registered entries packed the show arena of the greatest classic Ford gathering on the face of the planet); Electric Avenue (Hot insights on the everchanging world of automotive electronics); Paint Booth (A few reasons why painting your truck with a rattle can won't get you chicks); Big Dawg (Proof that big boy toys always come with four doors); Renegade (We guarantee you haven't seen a '56 Ford like this before); Super Smoothie (Step-by-step prodecures for smoothing out the firewall of the '67-'72 Chevys); Spring California Truck Jamboree (Hot temps and wicked West Coast rides made this Spring fling one of the best yet); Unicool (Taking Ford's rare '62 unibody pickup to custom extremes); Snore No More (MagnaFlux bolts proven performance into the Chevy 454 big block for more power and better sound); Can You Take Me High Enough (Getting high with a Trailmaster 4x4 lift for the 2000 Chevy and GMC trucks); Take Names Later (Christina Biane illustrates her own version of a cool pre-runner street truck); Bully Goat (A hybrid Dodge Ram born in the '70s and perfect for the '90s); Blaz-Hoe (A super-slick two-door Tahoe that is sweeping the Southern show season like a deadly custom hurricane); 8th Annual All Chevy/GMC Truck Nationals (A Bowtie brigade deep in the heart of the Smoky Mountains); Air Bags All Da Way Around (Learn the tricks on how to bag the 2000 Chevy for a laid out look); Moving Pictures (ASC brings OEM electronic entertainment to the custom aftermarket); Outfitters Corner (The Dream Durango hit the streets with a supercharged vengence); Endless Pleasure (A father and son project Chevy savored for years); Event Scene (Pack your bags and hit the road to all the hot custom truck shows); The Last Word (More mighty advice from Tito, the doctor of love and machinery); Reader's Streettrucks (Some cool snaps of some of our reader's truck rides)
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Street Trucks
September
2000

Editorial (One hundred reasons why a PT Cruiser is a glorified Dodge Neon and not a truck - so stop calling it one); Word On The Streets (All the hot news, gossip, spy photos and general street worthy information you need to keep you cool on a hot summer day); In The Groove (Telling the tale of ten thousand trucks); Hot Rod Hybrid (The very essence of a true high - performance custom sport truck); Parts Counter (Shop til you drop with this cool collection of new stuff from your pals in the aftermarket); Nuts & Bolts (Bill Turner breaks in his new computer while answering some of our reader's questions); East Coast Custom Cruiser (A fiberglass company at the reins of late-model custom styling beings C5 'Vette blood to the table); Two Lane Tech (While Doc Froh can't seem to figure out how to make a Cadillac engine scream, he does have a few tricks for wiring your old headlamps); Showfest 2000 (Trucks, trucks and more trucks of pure bad-ass Midwest style); Electric Avenue (Security for keeping your truck safe); Paint Booth (A few reasons why painting your truck with a rattle won't get you a chick: but it does make a good place to put your Garth Brooks stickers); The Dream Chassis (God bless Jim Meyer for building a complete mail-order chassis for '67-'72 Chevys); Higher Ground (Laid out and looking hard like a true slammin' Nissan should); Wheel & Tire 101 (Tips and tricks for choosing the right wheel and tire sizes for your truck before you mortgage the farm); Super Merc (Quite possibly the baddest Mercury M-100 ever built, that is after we forgive the fact that it is from Canada and all); Wingin' It (Wings West engineers a cool body kit for late model Chevy S-10s); Trucks At The Track (The 11th Annual Spring Daytona Beach Show and Swap Meet); Pro Street Peach (Georgia may be the peach state, but Texas is ripe for pro street peach classic Chevys); Custom Comes With A Whole New Kick (Arizona Speed & Marine puts the personal touch to late-model bumpers); Under Pressure (How do you make a Dodge Ram look good? Try a body-drop over big wheels for starters); Push Button Slider (C.R. Laurence ventilates the Dodge Dakota cab with the push of a button on their PowerSlider rear window); Toyopet (A Japanese classic layin' claim to nostalgic island fame); Forbidden Fantasy 2000 (Seven hundred of SoCal's finest took over the Perris Fairgrounds); When Bush Comes To Shove (The fountain of youth for aging bucks in the form of Energy Suspension bushings); Adrenaline Rush (Six hundred ponies and a full throttle attitude for this Pro Street Ranger); Slick (The most insanely clean '67 Chevy pickup you will most likely ever see); Outfitter's Corner (Jackson Racing turns a Honda CRV into a fun little pocket rocket); Event Scene (Pack your bags and hit the road to all the hot custom truck shows); The Last Word (Discovering cool Web sites that don't have links to the Porn industry); Reader's Streettrucks (Some cool snaps of some of our reader's trick rides)
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