Check out this '05 3.0L turbodiesel Ford Ranger. It belongs to Marco Aurlio Guimares of Brazil. The International-built diesel features four valves per cylinder, a common-rail electronic injection system, and makes about 160 hp at 3,800 rpm and 280 lb-ft at 1,600 rpm. Marco added a chip that increased power to 198 hp. The truck has a 3-inch body lift and 33-inch Goodyear MT/R tires. Other mods include Koni shocks and a 9.5ti Warn winch with synthetic rope.
Matthew Ritchie sent this submission in via the Internet. It's an '02 Chevrolet S-10 ZR2 4x4 Extended Cab with an automatic. Nonstock components include a Westin brushguard, Hella 500 driving lights, 15-inch Rock Crawler wheels, and a pair of 1.5-inch lift shackles.
Tony Sleeper of Flushing, Michigan, drives this '78 Jeep CJ-7 daily. He and his dad built it from the frame up over the course of four years. The drivetrain is pretty much stock, but does feature a potent 258 4.2L, which was bored 0.060 over. This powerplant also has a Crane Cam, an Offenhouser intake, a Holley 390 carburetor, Hedman headers, a Power Master alternator, and a DUI distributor. Power is sent to a rebuilt T-150 three-speed transmission and a rebuilt Dana 20 transfer case with twin-stick shifters. The Dana 30 front axle is stock for now, but the rear AMC 20 is trussed and houses Moser one-piece axles and an Ox Locker. The suspension is a BDS 2.5-inch lift. The tires are 33-inch Super Swamper SSRs wrapped around 15-inch Eaton steel wheels.
Steven Boehm of Bullhead City, Arizona, romps this '05 Dodge Ram 3500 4x4 daily. With help from the Cummins turbodiesel and a KORE Unlimited suspension system, Steven tames even the wildest of desert trails with ease. A set of Glassworks Unlimited fiberglass fenders and bedsides give this rig a truly unique look. The whole truck is coated top to bottom with Line-X. The rocker panels, along with the bumpers and Laramie grille were coated in black for aesthetics. The rig rides on 37-inch Toyo MT tires on forged Center Line wheels. The front axle was trussed by Hughes Racing Components. The axles feature 4.10:1 gearing, and an Eaton E-Locker handles traction up front.
Casey Field of Nazareth, Pennsylvania, loves wheeling this '88 Chevy K1500. Underhood lies a built 350 V-8 with a Performance cam, an Edelbrock intake, an ACCEL ignition, an Edelbrock 650-cfm throttle body, Dynomax headers, and a pair of Flowmaster Super 40-Series mufflers. There's also an Optima battery, an electric fan, and a Hypertech chip. For lift, Casey runs a 6-inch Rough Country setup along with a 3-inch body lift. The tires pictured are 38-inch Super Swampers on Eagle alloy wheels.
This '90 Ford Bronco belongs to Matt Penhollow of Colorado Springs, Colorado. It has the 300 inline-six cylinder and a five-speed manual transmission. Other goodies include a 2-inch suspension lift and 33-inch BFG M-Ts. Matt also added a Ramsey REP 8000 winch and a homemade front bumper.