I don't think its unprofessional at all to have a customized truck. When I was plowing, I took my Dodge to all estimates and that had 35's, big exhaust tip, tinted windows, so on and so forth. I think custom trucks are fine, what I think is unprofessional is a dirty truck, as in dirty, damaged, etc.. I think if someone has a clean truck they will keep the job site clean and leave it the way they left it or better. I will not go meet a customer if my truck is dirty. If you rolled up to my house with a lifted truck and such, I would probably spend an hour looking and talking to you about it, because thats stuff I'm into.
Nice Toyota up there also.
'13 F350 CC/LB
48" Exmark Metro
6X10 Integrity Enclosed Trailer
RedMax 7500 Blower
Cub Cadet backpack, trimmer
Stihl MS-290 saw
'07 Honda Foreman 500 - Plow Rig
What it all pays for:
2006 Harley Davidson Road King Classic