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Canadians build killer trucks

28 hour drive is no big deal

Canadians build killer trucks
Posted May 27 2008 10:39 AM by DanWard-Editor 
Filed under: Editorials, Observations, Past Events, Cadillac, Blessings and Beatings

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At our annual Havasu Havoc truck show, I met a cool Canadian that had driven 28 hours through the snow to get to the desert. Why you ask? It's simple.


Even in Edmonton, Canada, custom truck builders want their hard work and effort to be seen and appreciated. Ken "The Electron" Rice is no different. As the owner and master installer of Power Source Peformance, his shop builds all kinds of custom autos. His newest daily driver is this awesome '07 GMC Sierra with a '07 Cadillac Escalade front clip. This wasn't just thrown on there and driven away. No, every last painstaking detail was worked through and after looking at the engine bay, you may wonder if GM themselves did the conversion. Ken and I talked for a little bit at the show and after I asked why he drove so far, he laughed and said " I wanted people to know that Canadians do quality work too." Well he was and still is right and it's people like Ken that make the world of custom trucks so much fun. Thanks Ken for driving so far and showing off your awesome truck.
Check out his website at

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