WE’VE come up with an incredible mix of Aussie-built rigs for this year’s Custom 4X4 Of The Year award, with everything from tricked-out tourers and big-tyred rock-crushers to vehicles that are chock-full of amazing engineering – and even some with more than four wheels.
Each of these sweet custom beasts has already gone through the arduous judging process to achieve Top 12 recognition, so now it’s time to vote for the best of this impressive bunch.
The eclectic mix of custom crawlers includes a Black Ops F250, a Ranger with a Coyote V8, an HSV-powered H3 Hummer, a Colorado with an LS3 transplant, a couple of JKU Wrangler Rubicons, a Defender 90, a Duramax V8-powered GU Patrol, Patriot Campers’ 6x6 Land Cruiser 79, an N80 Hilux, a 76 Series, and a TRD Tundra.
So it’s time to leave brand loyalty at the door as you check out these bruisers, admire the sheer hard work that’s gone into each of them, wipe the drool off your chin, and then vote for your favourite.
To go into the draw to win one of four sets of MaxTrax, simply vote for your favourite custom 4x4 and tell us why it deserves the glory of Custom 4X4OTY. It’s that easy.
COMPETITION NOW CLOSED
Congrats to our winners: John P, NSW, Wayne R, QLD, Dale M, NSW & Dwaine L, QLD.
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