BAND OF BROTHERS

Street Trucks|June 2020

BAND OF BROTHERS
Carlos Galnares’ ’19 GMC Sierra SWB
GRANT COX
CARLOS GALNARES’ LOVE FOR THE CUSTOM SCENE STARTED BACK WHEN HE WAS 12 YEARS OLD AND HUNG OUT WITH HIS OLDER BROTHER WHO OWNED A CUSTOM ’91 CROWN VICTORIA. During that time, cruising around the streets in Texas opened up his eyes to the whole custom life with cars and trucks being a way of life. In high school, Carlos had his eyes set on a lowered pearl white F-150 Lariat on a set of 15-inch chrome rims. So, he put the pressure on his parents to allow him to purchase the truck. To his surprise his parents agreed, and a deal was made on the F-150. At that point, Carlos was hooked on the Texas truck scene.

After a few years had passed, Carlos moved off to Alabama with his family. Unfortunately, he also had to sell his truck, but he had the custom scene buried deep inside and knew that one day he would have another custom truck.

While in Alabama with his brother, Tony, they both noticed more and more truck shows were coming to their neck of the woods. Battle In Bama in Mobile, Alabama, was becoming a big show that attracted many custom trucks and cars from all over the United States to their region. So, in 2019 both Tony and Carlos planned to hit up the next show and check it out.

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