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August 10, 2018

Project Quartermill

There are many challenges when it comes to building custom trucks and Jeeps. Parts aren’t…
August 01, 2018

Rydin Oldskool

When choosing a ride to customize, many base it on the type of parts and…
July 10, 2018

Charted Territory

Some of the best businesses are birthed from side hustles. As a firefighter in Denton,…
July 06, 2018

Project Permafrost

The design goal was to showcase a capable Jeep that could make its way through…
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Rydin Oldskool

Written by Kristie Real | Photos: Brian McGee

This usually means, the newer the ride, the better. Although it’s not rare to want to breathe life into an older model, it’s just not done as often. But the allure of reviving an OBS (a 1992-1996 truck with an “older body style”) was something that always intrigued Calvin Chapleau, the mastermind behind Issue 14’s #MoneyTrapJeep. While the Wrangler was a spontaneous build that happened by chance, his latest 1996 Ford F-250 was a completely thought out project that took months to bring to fruition.


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