Chevrolet Pickup Truck Photo Gallery
The Freedom Grill Chevy Carnivore - the ultimate off-road and tailgating machine
Another look at a great classic.
Being a Freight-Liner Tech and certified welder has given Joel a few advantages over the average offroader, especially when it comes to some of the nifty custom work he has done. While a paint job is certainly on the "to-do-list", Joel knows that a real 4wheeler ruins the paint on the first trip down the trail.
Ron has a great looking Big Block classic Chevy in Oregon.
Don't judge this book by its cover! This classic Chevy has enough muscle under the hood to pull fire engines across the river in Saltville, VA. Affectionately known as the "DRV" (Driftwood Recovery Vehicle), Allen is sure to have years of fun and service from this great looking ride.
This mellow yellow Chevy is a great looking "ground up" restoration.
How about Matt's Chevy with 12" of Superlift, 3" body lift and 44" tires! If that doesn't get your attention - nothing will.
Seminole, FL is home to this great father/son project. A ride like this is great for a lot of weekend activities, including; Swamp, Hog, and Dog Hunting. Heck, it looks pretty good in the driveway too!
Thinking about going offroad? Jack and his '76 Chevy 1500 stepside are who I want going with me. With his rebuilt 350, you call tell from these pictures of him and his buddies offroad that this ride means business.
"Crissy" is nearly unstoppable in the mud. While the exterior might look pretty much like an everyday ride, you can rest assured that is far from reality under the hood.
Who says you can't have fun in a stock truck? Certainly not Chris! He proves that a perfectly stock truck can get just as dirty as the rest of them. Good luck with the clean up.
Dave's back with a new photo, and details on some further enhancements to his ride. It still looks great, too.
They start'em young in Cajun Country. While Doughtyboy may worry a little about the trouble he gets into, it looks like more fun that trouble.