Completing the Path from a Digital Dream to a Reality Rider

IN AN EVER-GROWING AND COMPETITIVE WORLD OF BUILDERS, THE BUSINESS OF RENDERS IS GROWING MORE AND MORE, GIVING OWNERS SOME OF THE MOST REAL REPRESENTATIONS OF THEIR CREATIVE VISIONS THAT YOU CAN IMAGINE … No, really, sometimes it is hard to tell if it is a real picture or computer image. These renders give owners and builders alike the opportunity to lock down every single detail of what they think they want to get out of their final build, down to exact parts, and see it put together before they spend the money to do so. This technology is changing the game and saving a lot of time, energy and money. It gives an advanced look at how that wheel would look on the truck when finished, what the final color scheme will be and every detail in between.

Renders basically eliminate that age-old problem of buying something you THINK will look good, and then seeing it on the truck upon completion and hating it or having to re-buy a new setup that will look the way you hoped it would. That is a game changer, folks.

So, with our “2019 Render to Reality” series, we here at Street Trucks decided to show you guys the real possibilities that come along with doing this. We will show you all a selection of different types of builds from different render companies and multiple builders in 2019, and then we will keep tabs on them as they are completed. Upon finishing, we will bring you a follow-up article on each of the finished trucks and you, the readers, will get the chance to vote on a favorite. So, stay tuned and keep your eyes open as the year progresses.

Bret Anderson’s 1972 Chevrolet Suburban “The Plaid Sub”

Render by: Moffitt Bros @ moffitt_brothers
Instagram: @72_plaid_sub

Available Details• •at This Point:
GM Gen V LT1 6.2L w/ 6L80 Transmission
Delmos 22-inch wheels on Diamondback Classic Whitewall tires
Accuair E-Level/Endo CVT
Porterbuilt Dropmembers
Ridetech HQ Shocks
Vintage Air air conditioning
Custom interior work from Ian’s Auto Interiors Las Vegas/SMS Auto Fabrics

1993 Dodge D250 Support Truck “Project Whiskey Chaser”

Render by: Chris Piscitelli @piscitellidesign
Instagram: @fullpenfab

Available Details• at This Point:
Cummins 12-Valve
Flo Airride components
Aldan American four-link
Boyd Welding custom aluminum tank
22-inch Detroit Steel Wheels
Paint by BASF; painted by Matt Smith

Dan Hogan’s 1971 Chieftain RV Hauler build

Render by: Nick Crouch @surfacenick
Instagram: @hogieshine

Available Details• at This Point:

Fully custom 1/1 RV modification and design
Dodge frame and suspension underneath
The car in the background will be built as a matching set

Simi Mindick’s 1961 Ford F100 Unibody “Project Black Sheep”

Render by: Ben Hermance of Hermance Design @ hermancedesign
Instagram: @hogieshine

Available Details •at This Point:• 

Full 2004 Mercury Grand Marquis frame swap
TMI Products full interior
American Racing Wheels
Precision Replacement Parts weather strips

Rene Gomez’s 2018 Chevy Silverado LT 1500 “Regency RST package”

Render by: Render by Thor @renderedbythor
Instagram: @superfreak_bowtie & fabricator @chassisfab

Available Details• •at This Point:•

Custom Regency RST conversion
Color-keyed body parts with ‘69 Camaro SS orange pearl racing stripes.
Rear spoiler and custom mold exhaust port roll pan. Billet-machined emblems.
Stock floor body drop
Accuair E-level
Wilwood brakes
Intro custom one o 3-pc 28-inch wheels
Matching orange interior
Cold air intake, long tube headers, X-pipe & Borla exhaust like the RST would have.

Solomon Lunger’s 1963 Ford F100 Unibody “Project True Blue”

Render by: Ben Hermance of Hermance Design @ hermancedesign
Instagram: @solomonlunger

Available Details •at This Point:• 

2008 Ford Crown Victoria P71 Full Frame Swap
Will be bagged
New custom interior

RENDERS BASICALLY ELIMINATE THAT AGE-OLD PROBLEM OF BUYING SOMETHING YOU THINK WILL LOOK GOOD, AND THEN SEEING IT ON THE TRUCK UPON COMPLETION AND HATING IT OR HAVING TO RE-BUY A NEW SETUP THAT WILL LOOK THE WAY YOU HOPED IT WOULD. THAT IS A GAME CHANGER, FOLKS.

Brandon Burrell’s 2019 Ram 1500 “cRAMbury”

Render by: Robbie at Keg Media @kegmedia
Instagram: @burrellimages

Available Details • at This Point:• 

Phat Phabz suspension setup
Flo Airride tanks and compressors
Raised bed floor
Staggered 26-inch Dropstars wheels
Roadwire Leather seats and custom door panels
Interior and audio by Ultimate Audio
Memphis Audio/XS Power Batteries
Color-matched parts to replace chrome
Custom lighting components

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