At the request of their loved ones, well-deserving truck drivers are set-up and hijacked by 'The Chrome Shop Mafia' -- a team of edgy, expert fabricators -- who transform their beat up and ... See full summary »
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At the request of their loved ones, well-deserving truck drivers are set-up and hijacked by 'The Chrome Shop Mafia' -- a team of edgy, expert fabricators -- who transform their beat up and worn down vehicles into the trucks of their dreams, incorporating themes and luxuries associated with each trucker's livelihood and needs. Written by Josh T. Clark

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It's about time...
6 March 2006 | by See all my reviews

It's about time We have the option of turning on the TV and seeing a show that not only You and Your Family can watch, but doing so without all the cussing and needless throwing of parts and tools like American Chopper or the goofy looking wimpy little foreign cars on pimp my ride. Those Truckers have earned the right to cruise down the road in a cool looking truck,and feel proud as they do it day and night. Chrome Shop Mafia has got My vote, I believe this show is going to be a hit for sure. And yes I drive a truck,21yrs now. I salute all My fellow Truck Drivers, as well as the cast and crew of Trick My Truck who are helping to put the American Trucker a little more into the Lime Light. Oh and by the way....I ride a custom softail with a 113 inch ultima engine, so don't think I'm kicking to hard on American Chopper.


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