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Custom Ford F-150 4x4 2.7L - Steve's Build

Josh GilbertApr 30, '20

I bought my F-150 brand new three years ago and to be honest I was going to leave the truck alone (that’s what I told the wife), but once I got started I never stopped.

The Walking Dead Custom Ford F-150 - Angus's Build

Josh GilbertApr 14, '20

Since my kids and I are big fans of The Walking Dead, and I wanted to give my truck a different flare than all the others, I went all in with the theme and never looked back.

Pickup Truck Racing – An Introduction

Josh GilbertFeb 21, '20

There is really nothing a pickup can’t do. Case in point: pickup truck racing. The sport has existed since 1991, with roots around the world. We take you on a journey from California to the U.K.

Custom 2018 Ford F-150 5.0 Sport - Shaun's Build

Josh GilbertFeb 15, '20

My vision for the truck has been to combine two colors to create a build nobody believed would complement one another. And, did I ever prove them wrong — I get all kinds of positive feedback and compliments.

Custom 2019 Ford F-150 Raptor - Jon's Build

Josh GilbertFeb 11, '20

I went to my dealership with the intention of buying a Shelby GT350. I walked out with a new 2019 Ford F-150 Raptor. The Raptor fulfilled both needs of a truck and performance vehicle all in one.

Essential Gear to Keep in Your Truck

Alexandra KokenJan 27, '20

Whether you’re heading out for an outdoor adventure weekend trip or use your truck for the daily commute, there are a few essential gear items that will save you or another driver in an emergency, or just get you out of a sticky situation faster. 

8 Country Love Songs About Trucks

Christian NathlerJan 19, '20

If a country song doesn’t mention a pickup, is it really a country song? We would argue no. Here are 8 twangy tracks about love between man and metal.

10 Movies to Inspire Your Wanderlust

Alexandra KokenJan 17, '20

It’s a commonly known fact that the key ingredient to a successful outdoor adventure is planning. But what if you don’t even know what to plan in the first place? There are so many places to choose from, routes to take and adventures to embark on that getting inspiration can feel a little daunting.

Routes you need to Drive at Least Once

Josh GilbertJan 16, '20

From Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains to California’s Pacific coastline and Florida’s bright blue waters, there’s so much to discover in the USA that can be beautifully experienced during a road trip or scenic drive.