Category: Trucks: Classic & Late Model

Australia’s Finest: Michael Ellard’s 1992 Holden Rodeo

Game changer, epic, next level, show stopper – all fairly cliché words these that are carelessly thrown around these days but aren’t uttered too often around the Slam’d Staff editorial meetings. Our job AND our passion is diligently scouring the globe…



Whiskey Bent: Tim Molzen’s 1962 Dodge Sweptline Crew Cab

There’s no denying that Roger Burman is a legend in the automotive performance industry. If you’re a motorsports kind of guy then you probably know Burman from his amazing autocross builds, like the 1967 Camaro dubbed…



Total Eclipse: Doug Johnson’s 1999 GMC Sierra

There’s no telling where one’s passion will take them. From hot rods to muscle cars, all the way through to modern performance machines, we’ve seen our fair share of direction changes in the industry as you get older,…



Stella: Doug Cerri’s 1957 Chevy 3100 Pickup

Doug Cerri has long loved the body style on the ’57 Chevy pickups and has wanted a custom ride of his own to take to shows and enjoy with his friends for ages. Being that he’s…



Herrerad: Carlos Herrera’s 2008 GMC Sierra 1500

If you’re all about the ground-hugging fullsize trucks then you know who Jake McKiddie of Phat Phabz is, and you’ve probably heard the name Carlos Herrera tossed around a bit. Not familiar with the name? Well have no fear,…



Don’t Cry: Sean’s Sadistic Iron Werks ’89 Mazda B2200

Sean Generotzky is what some might call a new-school/old-school guy in the custom truck world. He’s been around for quite awhile but has been behind the scenes slowly planing and building his version of the perfect mini. His…



The Players Datsun: Jamie’s Laid Low ’66 520

We’ve all been there… sprawled out on the couch, laptop in hand aimlessly trolling the interwebs at some ungodly hour looking for who knows what… and then BOOM – you see it! That car or truck that you…



REARANGED: Gary Donkers’ 1995 Ford Ranger

The Slam’d lifestyle began for Gary Donkers as it does for so many others that are bitten by the custom bug. He started working on one project that soon ended up on the back burner as his interests…



Enjoy The Build: Monty Rubart’s 1938 Chevy Pickup

Almost every project vehicle comes with the understanding of long nights, hard work, and constant battles and for Monty Rubart the moment he opened the door of his soon-to-be project 1938 Chevy Truck, it fell off…



Junkyard Dog: Australia’s Ultimate Mash Up – 1974 Dodge Pickup

Richard “Big Dick” Hallovic from Shellharbour New South Wales, Australia sure knows how to mix things up. Having grown up with three brothers who are all mechanics, he has been around his fair share of automotive customization his…



The Shop Truck: SoCal Suspension’s 1966 C10

When you’re at the top of your game in any field you want nothing but the best to showcase your skill and talent, and for Eric Conner and the crew at So-Cal Suspension in sunny San…



Eccentric – Mike Partyka’s 1967 C10

Building something truly custom is an art form like no other. Sure, there are plenty of rides out there that feature a few custom components here and there, but the true art of customization lies in the hands…