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CAMBERED CUSTOMS' BIG BLUE

Written by Kristie Real | Photos: Dale Martin
external angeled image of 2010 GMC Sierra

You start off doing small tweaks, but before you know it, you’ve completely stripped down the exterior of your ride and left with only the bare frame hanging down from chains on the rafters of your shop. That’s exactly what ended up happening to Scott Kangas of Cambered Customs in Van Buren, AR. “Originally, the truck was black and all I was going to do was lift it and add 35” tall tires on 20s and be done with it,” he confesses. “But as soon as we pulled the truck into the shop, we lost control.”

front external angeled image of 2010 GMC Sierra

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