Submitted on 2011/05/01 at 8:21 pm
i have a fully built show truck i am almost finished with has djm flip kit and drop spindles and coils. its a 2004 silverado with an all forged motor and 76mm turbo. interior is completely redone. the truck started out as a base model v6 work truck and has been completely changed into a whole other beast.
Sounds like a nice truck, want to tell us about it in “The Garage”?
Yeah after I posted that I realised I think I did that in the wrong spot. But yeah I’m trying to get my truck seen and out there and let people know what I have try to get some sponsors to going to shows and everything.
All I need is pictures of your truck before, during and after all the mod’s. (as many as you have) And your story, how you did it, why you did it, what problems did you have and how did you solve them, and what are you planning for the future! We can begin building your “Garage Story” right away!
Sounds good. I’m going to a car show Saturday so will be able to get some good after and finished shots. Since just finished it as it stand for now Saturday. I don’t have to many pictures of actually installing the things. And doing the work. I have pictures of finished products through the stages I went through building the truck. But I’ll try to send as many pictures I can and that I have. And write up a story about my build and what all its been through. But as of right now the truck is done till after killswitch car show then will be bagging it for Texas heat wave. But I’ll type up a good story and make a list of all the mods I have done if I can remember them all. And try to figure out how to send all the pictures.
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The better the photography the better the presentation. For the web we don’t need high megapixel stuff, but for print it is a very good thing. To do the most effective job in “The Garage” we need good installation shots. Of course before and after “beauty” shots are also necessary. The install shots really tell the story. We are interested in all of the modifications you did not just suspension, we want to tell the complete story. Don’t forget the why! If your truck has a special story great, if not still you bought it for some reason, to modify? A good example to look at is “F-100 Cody Style” in the “Garage”
A good topic to work on is any problems you encountered, described as best you can, and how did you solve them. This helps other guy’s, inform, promote and entertain is what I like to do for you guy’s with “The Garage”. Looking forward to your story, good luck at the shows!!