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. Now sit back and check out the newest inductees into The Construction Zone.

OWNER’S NAME: Cliff Jackson
YEAR & MAKE: ’93 Ford Ranger
LOCATION: Rockwell, North Carolina
CLUB AFFILIATION: Pebble Pushers

First Time Around
Wheels/Tires: 18-inch Niche shocks wrapped in 35-series Toyo Proxes FZ4 rubber

Suspension/Chassis: 'Bagged all the way around / two EAI compressors / STR8 Twizted four-link

Body Modifications: Shaved door handles / shaved tailgate handle / shaved emblems / shaved antenna / sport grille / diamond euro headlight conversion / euro taillights / 2-inch cowl-induction hood / custom roll pan / fuel cell housed in bed of truck / DP tonneau cover

Interior: Painted miscellaneous pieces / white gauge face

Miscellaneous: First mini-truck / began working on it in June 2003

Project Completion Date: September 2004

OWNER’S NAME: Shane Woolf
YEAR & MAKE: ’72 Datsun 620 pickup
LOCATION: Delaware, Ohio
CLUB AFFILIATION: Properly Grounded

Old Skool All Day, Every Day
Wheels/Tires: 17x8-inch Eagle rims wrapped with 235/40R17 Falken tires

Suspension/Chassis:All new crossmembers / 'bagged all the way around / 3/8-inch air line / two compressors / drag blocks / relocated gas tank

Body Modifications: Three-inch body-drop / shaved door handles / shaved antenna / shaved tailgate handle / shaved bed hooks / shaved and tubbed firewall / all-steel factory convertible top / Astro van gas door flushed in bed floor

Interior: Steel dash with graphics

Miscellaneous: While making a routine run to the auto parts store, Shane was pulled over for his loud exhaust and convertible top. The VIN tag was at home, so the cops "had to impound it to see if it was stolen because people do this to cars and trucks and then sell them as new." That's a direct quote from the cop. The truck is a '72, and he was worried that Shane was going to try and sell it as new. Go figure.

Future Plans: Truck driven to every show and to work

Special Thanks: Shane's wife Lorraine / Shane's grandpa / Properly Grounded / Mike Krug and Bill Ken / everyone else who helped.