This Super Duty lifted truck for sale is one of a kind! They say that all of my “exe’s live in Texas,” but it’s also starting to appear that A LOT of AWESOME custom trucks live in Texas as well. It’s For Sale and it could be yours today!
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Welcome all HIGH-ROLLERS. The stadiums aren’t the only things luxurious & BIG in Texas. Check out this sick PLATINUM ride. This truck is for you. Come get it!
Custom trucks & lifted vehicles headed South to the Texas cities hit the hardest by the flood waters which were residuals of hurricane Harvey. In a video posted via YouTube, you can watch a lifted SUV pulling out a National Guard vehicle.
Modern everyday people helping out our “american hero’s” in times of need? WE LOVE IT!!!
In our unbiased opinion the world needs to see more people lending a hand and helping out. It’s a HEART problem we are facing in today’s society.
You can check out the video here:
Props go out to you “Rednecks with Paychecks.” Thanks for the help!
A big thank you goes out to all of the people that have helped out during these troubling times down South. (Texas, coastal area, flood victims) From the bottom of our hearts, WE THANK YOU!!!
If you have photos of any custom/lifted truck owners lending a hand we would love to see them. Please direct message us via:
This truck was in Texas? We were shocked because based on the photos and the products, we would have guessed it was located in Southern California. Custom lift, shocks, wheels, and look at the tires, along with all of the accessories and specialized products, this thing looks SoCal all the way. We love the Charcoal color and all the small touches. There may be tens of thousands of trucks in Texas and thousands that are lifted, but we’d bet that not many look as good as this one. Consider our partnership with MidWesternTrucks and SouthEastern Trucks set in stone and EXACTLY why we partnered up.
Chevy and the University of Texas Athletics program announced a multi-year sponsorship where the Silverado will be the official Truck of the Longhorns. “There is no more appropriate place to showcase the stronger, smarter, more capable 2014 Silverado than in the heart of truck country at Texas Longhorn sporting events,” said Chris Perry, vice president of Chevrolet Marketing.
“This partnership complements the Silverado’s overall marketing campaign, with its strong focus on Texas, where a Longhorn fan lives in one out of every three households and is almost twice as likely to buy a truck than the average consumer.”
Expect to see Chevy information at activities at home athletics and alumni events, print and digital promotional opportunities, promotions, event signage, presence on the Longhorns’ statewide radio network and coaches’ endorsements. Chevy will also have a presence on the Longhorn Network, the 24-hour channel dedicated to programming associated with Texas Athletics and the University of Texas.
“We are appreciative of Chevrolet’s generous sponsorship in this category for multiple campus areas, including athletics,” said DeLoss Dodds, UT men’s athletics director. “Athletics is very collaborative on campus, and the scope of Chevrolet’s agreement is in line with that very spirit.”
Here are a few ideas on how Chevy might show-up: (i) a Silverado truck to pull the UT mascot’s trailer to and from events; (ii) a Silverado at the Texas Exes’ “Biggest Tailgate in Texas”; (iii) Chevy Silverado Ticket Will Call & Pick-up Window designations; (iv) Official Truck of the AT&T Red River Rivalry; (v) Silverado logo on the backdrop for all Texas Athletics official media conferences and interviews.
The University of Texas partnership follows the all-new 2014 Silverado’s overall launch efforts, which began in Texas with Silverado displays, drive events and an original song by Grammy-nominated recording artist Will Hoge. The campaign has since expanded nationally and will include consumer activities at NASCAR races, music venues, sporting events and a partnership with the National Volunteer Fire Council.
This is pretty unique for Chevy to partner with the University of Texas. It will likely imprint the Chevy brand in thousands of UT students for years to come. We do wonder though if some other UT rivals like A&M and Texas Tech might turn against the brand now that they are associated with the Longhorns. Either way, we like the creativity on Chevy’s part.
Last week, just before the Monster Cup in Las Vegas, the Metal Mulisha quietly made a big move that went mostly unnoticed, bringing on Andrew Pierce — a 15-year-old amateur motocross champion from Huffman, Texas — and noting that he’ll be “the first in a long line of amateur stars to join the Mulisha squad.” Read that again and take note: Brian Deegan and the Metal Mulisha are building an am army. “It’s an opportunity of a lifetime,” Pierce says. “I’ve been following Metal Mulisha for the last couple years and really looking up to those guys. I’ve always looked up to Brian Deegan because he’s a good role model — he came up from pretty much nowhere and made himself into a great success — and they’re all great guys. They all welcomed me to the team and it feels good.” Pierce has been making a name for himself in Loretta Lynn’s Amateur National Motocross Championships since 2008, when he won the 2008 65cc Modified class and took third overall in 65cc Stock. At the 2011 AMA Amateur National Motocross Championships in August, he took third overall in 85cc Stock, behind Blake Green and Darian Sanayei, and took fifth overall in Super Mini, prequalifying for last weekend’s Monster Cup in Las Vegas where he first donned his red and black Mulisha MSR Racing gear. Pierce finished just off the podium in his first Super Mini Moto at the Monster Cup, then ripped his clutch lever off in a tussle with another rider in the second moto; he finished the weekend in 10th place overall.
“Everyone thinks Metal Mulisha’s all freestyle and hardcore dudes with a lot of tattoos, you know, that whole California lifestyle,” Pierce says. “I think they picked me as a way to balance it out and let people know they’re down with amateur motocross too.”
The Metal Mulisha team, best known for its core freestyle motocross riders, has been branching out in recent years, adding international riders, BMX star Brandon Dosch, and a mixed martial arts fight team (the latest, Cesar Gracie Jiu-Jitsu prodigy Nick Diaz, joined the Mulisha this week in advance of Saturday’s UFC 137), as well as sponsoring Deegan and other Mulisha riders as they’ve been getting into rally car and off-road truck racing. Deegan has also been grooming a generation of young rippers even younger than Pierce: The Mulisha’s Mini Troops flow team includes Deegan’s own kids Hayden and Hailie “Dirt Princess” Deegan (in August, 10-year-old Hailie won Round 10 of The Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series, where she has become a Trophy Kart podium regular) as well as Chance French, Chaz Vazquez, Lucky Badgwell, and Trenton Briley. Still, Pierce represents a new direction for the brand’s motocross gear and apparel division as it reaches out to the ever-growing world of amateur motocross racing.
“We’re always looking for the future of Mulisha out there,” said Deegan, in a statement issued last week. “It’s great to see young riders like Andrew taking his sport to the next level, which is what Mulisha has been about since day one.”
It’s a future Pierce says he’s eager to play a part in. “Every kid’s dream is to be a pro, and that’s my dream too, of course,” Pierce says. “I just want to start doing better at more of the Nationals and putting Metal Mulisha on top as I’m coming up over the next three years and getting ready to race as a pro. That’s my ultimate goal. In the short term I’m really looking forward to the Mini O’s next month.” Watch for Pierce and his new Mulisha skull logos next month, November 23-26, at the 40th Annual Thor Winter National Olympics in Alachua, Fla.
SoCal Says: This is great news to hear the Mulisha has signed Pierce. The Mulisha guys are known for building sick lifted trucks and we can’t wait to see Andrew’s truck. 15? Can he even drive yet? If he can join the Mulisha he should be allowed to get a driver’s license at 15!