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Budget Builds, Classic Iron, and Fuel-Friendly Chevy & Fords
 

We've Got a Plan

Budget Builds, Classic Iron, and Fuel-Friendly Chevy & Fords
 
Posted July 14 2008 02:59 PM by Brandan 
Filed under: Editorials, Upcoming Features, Trend Observations

Turner's Candy-Apple GMC from Volume 34, Issue 10

We know that a lot of readers like to see trucks that are so far out there that they might as well be made of stacks of money, just because it's fun to see what's possible. We also know that there are a lot of modifications that might compromise the ability to use your truck as it was intended.


Since a lot of you readers need your truck to serve you day in and day out, we've got a plan to give you the best of both worlds. Our final four issues of the year will include features on everything from huge lifted show trucks to the top classic trucks we've seen all year. What's new is the focus on some of the best wrenching you can do on your truck without breaking the bank or having your truck out of commission for an entire week, while still giving it the custom touches you're looking for. We'll give you more info as we get closer to the on-sale date, but for now, look forward to issue #10 packed with nine features and 27 pages of interior tech.



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