Most Modified Truck
This 2000 Kenworth W900 L is touted as the world’s most modified, and costs more than some supercars today. It’s officially called Project TOC, and built by the Mendez family who also own Texas Chrome. The goal was to showcase that their shop was the one to beat when it comes to custom trucks, and so far, they’ve spent at least $180,000 over the span of 1.5-years into the paintwork and custom engine modifications. Read more for a detailed video walkthrough and additional information.

It now pumps out 750 horsepower, while the exterior is coated in eight colors of paint, all the way out back to the exhaust stacks and complete with dipped, polished, and engraved aluminum wheels. They’ve also replaced the grille and added unique LED lighting all around, while the interior sports an original dashboard fitted with new switches installed as well as a booming 38-speaker sound system.


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