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Custom Painted 2011 Super Duty With An Attitude! – DieselArmy.com
Running a successful company can be tough. However, there are a few perks that can make it more enjoyable. In the automotive aftermarket world, to showcase your company’s products, service and abilities, it helps to have a shop truck. In some cases, that ends up a rough and tumble light duty truck that has a few products on it that generally get used and abused while running parts around town. Other times something spectacular is born.
Jake Mitchell, owner of Jake’s Custom Diesel in Norman, Oklahoma didn’t want another beater shop truck.Read More...
Event Coverage: Tierra Del Sol Desert Safari – OffRoadXtreme.com
For the 52nd year the Tierra Del Sol Four Wheel Drive Club of San Diego, California hosted its annual Desert Safari on March 1-2, 2014 in Ocotillo Wells State Vehicular Recreation Area (SVRA). More commonly known as “TDS,” the Desert Safari is a major date on the off-road event calendar for Southern California. The well-attended event also brings in off-road enthusiasts from many surrounding states. Read More…
Iconic Steel: The Barris Built 1951 Hirohata Merc – RodAuthority.com
In this industry, it’s easy to get caught up in the glitz and glitter of shiny new kustoms that hit the scene. Occasionally though, a car comes along with a backstory that would make Hollywood green with envy. A car so cutting edge for its time, it stands atop the crowd for decades to come. One such car is the Hirohata Merc. Read More…
DirtBound’s XJ Reminds Us What A Jeep Cherokee Can Be! – OffRoadXtreme.com
With all the current publicity shining on the all-new 2014 Jeep Cherokee like a movie premiere spotlight, it’s time for a straight-to-the-vein injection of what the name Jeep Cherokee means to most off-roaders. The XJ Cherokee run was from 1984 to 2001. The body stayed largely the same, though there was a substantial refresh in 1997. And this yellow 1990 XJ is a perfect example of why these compact SUVs are still rockin’ the off-road world. Read More
Event Alert for RodAuthority.com
Walk out to the garage and pull that cover off. Slide into the seat and fire up that hot rod–IT’S SHOW TIME. With spring rapidly approaching rodders all over are prepping, many of which will be taking their pre-1972 American steel to a Goodguys show nearby. Kicking off the season is the Goodguys Spring Nationals in Scottsdale, AZ on March 7-9, 2014. Read More…
Tech: Cure Those Suspension Woes With TCI Engineering’s ’55-59 Chevy IFS
Tech Article for RodAuthority.Com
Hot rods are built for many different reasons; some for show or sport and some to cruise or drive daily. When building a cruiser, it’s important to find the right balance between form and function. The 1955-59 Chevy trucks make a great cruiser in the looks/form department. Classy and elegant trucks that just scream hot rod. However, back in the late ’50s these trucks weren’t intended to be a comfy cozy slush box to show off while cruising down Main Street. read more
Off Road XtremeFeaturesSEMA Coverage SEMA 2013: Chrysler Truck & Off-Road SEMA Show Vehicles On Display
News Article for OffRoadXtreme.com
The annual Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show was in full swing, and every year, it’s the place to go to see hot new vehicles and products, both O.E. and aftermarket. Chrysler was on hand again to expose a few of its new products and vehicles, both for market and concept. read more
Car Feature: Heidts 1968 Camaro Proves Its Components Both On & Off The Track
Car Feature for ChevyHardcore.com
Proof is a simple concept. For a manufacturer, proving your product can do what it is supposed to do and to what level it can do it, can be the difference between a successful product line and a dismal fade into the distance. For nearly 30 years, Heidts Performance of Lake Zurich, IL has been building products in the United States that prove their worth all on their own. To use a worn out sentiment, the proof is in the pudding. read more