Check out the March 2011 issue of Mini Truckin' Magazine!
Kick Start 22
First-gen S-10s never get old, and Sean Murphy's '87 packs a mean punch. So what if the tailgate skin was molded in backward-it's part of its charm.
Sick in Citrus 34
Derrick Bruce's '00 Dime is one of the brightest, baddest stars rising from the Pacific Northwest. Yep, those are 24s you see tuckin'.
Full-Flavored Chevy 44
The cream of the S-10 crop this issue is Brett Kastner's old school-inspired '88. It has a 305ci small-block, a super-cool interior, and a classic style that won't be upstaged anytime soon.
Never Last 54
With an LS1 under the hood, would you really expect this S-10 to lose a foot race? We wouldn't step to Mike Logan's '00, and you shouldn't either.
The Wedding Crasher 64
Not only is Chris Grantham's '90 Toyota pickup capable of crashing the crazy S-10 party we have going on this issue, it can also cause some serious commotion during the planning stages of the most important day of your life.
Centerspread Poster 42
Yes sir, another poster to rip out and plaster on those bare walls of yours.
Midwest Mayhem 50
Lexington, Kentucky, can pride itself on more than just horses. In its fourth year, Midwest Mayhem filled up a 28-acre park with 2,500 spectators and more than 300 vehicles on display.
Scrapin' the Smokies 58
Freelance photog Brandon Burrell brings back his show after a one-year hiatus. It looks to us like he hasn't lost a step.
Spring Break Jam 68
Yeah, spring break has long passed, but we discovered this coverage deep in our vault and we just couldn't let it go to waste. May it serve as wishful thinking during these cold, winter months.
On the Cover: Kevin Aguilar led Brett Kastner and his cool, classic S-10 into an undisclosed, abandoned location somewhere in the middle of Texas and captured some great photos.