Truck builds are as diverse as the people and companies who build them, and here are five totally awesome truck builds that will blow you away! Check out these 5 truck builds that show just how innovative some people can be.
Clearwater, Florida-based Bruiser Conversions has already made a name for itself with swapping LS and diesel engines into JK Wranglers, but their latest creation is pure awesomeness! Essentially a six-wheel-drive version of their already-beefy JK Crew, the new SIX-X is a monster, and its heading for an official debut at SEMA. While it will be sitting alongside some of the greatest truck builds in the country, there’s no doubt that this truck will be an attention-getter in Las Vegas.
Ford Lightning Tribute
On the opposite end of the performance spectrum, Pioneer Ford in Bremen, Georgia has found a niche with its Ford Lightning Tribute. This Roush-authorized Ford dealership dropped a supercharged 5.0-liter under the hood and upgraded the suspension to create a modern interpretation of the Ford-built Lightning (1992-95 and 1999-2004). Better yet, this 650-horsepower beast comes with a full factory warranty!
Four-Door 1966 Ford Bronco
Another unique builds heading to SEMA is a four-door version of a 1966 Ford Bronco created by Maxlider Motors in Bloomington, Illinois. Like the Bruiser truck, this truck is still in the finishing phases, but checking out some of this company’s inventory – focusing on some beautiful small-body Broncos – this beautiful rig will be a show-stopper.
If you’re more of a Land Rover type person, East Cost Defender in Kissimmee, Florida has what you’re looking for. This company offers four different takes on classic Land Rover models, but the coolest by far is the Defender 130 four-door pickup. East Cost Defender takes a customer truck and completely upgrades it with new components, a bigger engine and a more luxurious interior to give these iconic trucks a more modern look and feel.
ICON has rolled out some incredible truck builds in recent years, but truck lovers have surely gravitated to the D200 the most. Like East Cost Defender, ICON puts its own spin on classic cars, trucks and SUVs, and this redone 1965 Dodge crew cab pickup is one of the most unique.