Corey Zakeosian of Sellersville, Pennsylvania, is a diesel mechanic by trade and built this '83 Ford F-250 from the ground up. It was a two-wheel drive and he converted it to a four-wheel drive using parts from '70s to '90s Fords. The truck has 4x4 square stacks, a 12-inch clutch, a full spool in the rearend, and more. Plans for the near future include an ATS turbo.
Damon Morris of Griggstown, New Jersey, always wanted a turbodiesel, and this '91 1/2 Dodge Power Ram W250 fits the bill. The truck has a Kelderman air-ride suspension, Amsoil bypass system, 366 spring, and a few other tricks.
Curtis Roland of Parma, Idaho, drives this '98 Dodge Ram 2500 12-valve and loves it. The only modification is a 104 fuel plate.
Cody Webster of Vernal, Utah, bought this '01 Dodge Ram 3500 1-ton to haul hay, but it now hauls his rockcrawler, dirt bike, and it's his daily driver. The truck has a five-stage Edge chip, 150hp injectors, 16-cfm exhaust, 14-cfm intake turbo, and more. What? You want to hear more? OK, the truck has an AFE Stage 2 intake, South Bend double-disc 12-buttton clutch, and 5-inch stacks out the bed. Next up? Twin turbos and an O-ringed head.