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While driving a death-defying trophy truck in desert races takes a massive amount of mechanical capability and customized components, bringing together a qualified team is equally important. Check out the infographic below that was put together by leading metal supplier of trophy trucks, Industrial Metal Supply, with the help of one of the best off-road trophy truck drivers in the game, Matt Lovell, to get an up-close look at just how much work it takes to prepare a trophy truck for battle.


This custom 1937 International truck was built by Northrup Fabricators in Washington. They call it a Trophy Rat because of its patina body and serious offroad underpinnings. The truck rides on a cu…