Welcome to yet another primered appearance of The Construction Zone. We hope that by seeing more unfinished rides in the raw you'll come up with some new ideas of your own to complete the ride that's collecting cobwebs in your garage. We can definitely use your help to get the word out that every show-stopper was once a primer and guidecoat-covered beast with mods galore. If you have a ride that's not quite done but makes you want to shave, suicide, or chop something every month, then peep out the photos we use here for The Zone and snap some of your own. Send them to us here at Mini Truckin'. You may find yourself among the few, the proud, the unpainted. We wish you the best of luck and ingenuity until your own ride is painted and taking Best Of trophies. Now sit back and check out the newest inductees into The Construction Zone.
Wheels/Tires: 17x7-inch Boyd Coddington Rodder 6 billet wheels with 205/40R17 Kumho radial tires. Mods: Body-dropped, shaved door handles, frenched antenna, molded tailgate skin and roll pan combo, shaved fuel filler door, tweed interior, clear taillights. Chassis/Suspension: Fully 'bagged suspension. Miscellaneous: There's a 6-inch mobile monitor inside the cab for watching movies and playing video games during downtime at shows. Additionally, you'll find a bunch of polished billet interior items inside the Nissan that add extra flair to the truck's interior. Plans: Paint and some extra engine compartment details in plenty of time before Kenny's stated completion date that's coming faster than he realized. Don't forget to re-weld up that roll pan, bro; It's torn! Project Completion Date: Show season, 2003.
Wheels/Tires: The truck rolls on a set of 16-inch chrome five-spoke wheels with nifty Toyota emblems on them. A set of 205/40R16 BFGoodrich Euro T/A radial tires provides the traction for the wheels. Mods: This Toyota features a body-drop of an unknown amount, but it's enough to knock the heads off passing ants. As for body modifications, the truck has been relieved of its pesky door handles, antenna, and cowl-induction hood vents. It has also been given a molded-in roll pan, molded tailgate skin, and 4x4 Toyota fenders. Chassis/Suspension: Jason's primered ride features a nice airbag setup with the airlines stealthily running through the center crossmember. The setup in the truck uses rear-facing upper four-link bars, but even we can't tell from the photos where the lower ones are coming from, or going to. Miscellaneous: Jason's Toyota features a custom intake installed for added engine performance, as well as an electric fan to keep from dragging much-needed horsepower away from the truck's 22RE four-cylinder engine. A SnugTop tonneau cover seals out the elements and keeps the truck's airbagged suspension dry from the topside. However, with a trimmed out bed floor, the tonneau is mostly just for looks these days. Project Completion Date: December, 2002.