OWNER'S NAME: Johnny Allen
YEAR & MAKE: '85 Chevy S-10 Extended Cab
LOCATION: Mocksville, North Carolina

Wheels/Tires: 17-inch chrome KMC Venom wheels with 214/40R17 Kumho tires Mods: Shaved door handles, shaved antenna, shaved wiper cowl, shaved front bumper, shaved mirror mounts, shaved emblems, shaved taillights, welded shut tailgate/roll pan combo, LED taillights, frenched/angled license plate box, custom cowl-induction hood, sliding ragtop, custom-built bed interior, billet grille, and a 3-inch body drop. Chassis/Suspension: 'Bagged using Firestone 2,500-pound 'bags, Black Max 1/2-inch valves, and Toxic shocks. Rear clip has been rebuilt using all tubing and an FBI cantilever four-link rear suspension. The chassis has been painted silver and orange and incorporates a fuel cell. A scuba-style tank with CO2 fills the truck's airbag suspension setup. Miscellaneous: The interior features a custom tweed and leather flamed interior, smoothed and upholstered dash and door panels, and a ton of polished billet accessories Project Completion Date: Mini Truckin' Nationals, 2003

OWNER'S NAME: Brent Sheets
YEAR & MAKE: ’89 Mazda standard cab
LOCATION: Camp Lejune, North Carolina

Wheels/Tires: The Mazda sports 18-inch Center Line Thruster wheels with BFGoodrich Euro T/A radial tires. Mods: Shaved door handles, shaved wiper cowl, shaved front marker lights, shaved fuel door, shaved tailgate, and a shaved antenna all serve to give this truck a smooth look. Other mods include a billet grille, a 4Runner front bumper/valance, and a pair of old-school S-10 taillights. Inside the bed are a pair of custom wheel tubs. Chassis/Suspension: The Mazda is 'bagged on all four corners, allowing it to get down to the ground. MIC Mass-Flow 1/2-inch valves make dumping or adding air to the suspension system a snap, while a four-link and a bridge notch allow maximum drop, without leaf springs. Airflow comes from a nitrogen tank mounted in the bed. Miscellaneous: When Brent isn't dragging his Mazda around at shows, he's an active U.S. Marine. With that in mind, we wanted to get Brent's Maz' on film before he shipped out to Afghanistan to serve his country. He wants to thank his family and his girlfriend for their undying support. Plans: Because Brent is serving our country in the Marine Corps right now, the truck is temporarily on hold. We have no doubt, though, that one day soon this Mazda will be kicking just as much ass it its owner.Project Completion Date: "As soon as I get out of the Marine Corps."