The Mazdawg
Owner: Josh Smith
Ride: '91 Mazda B2600i
Hometown: Butler, Kentucky
Club: Kaotic Designs

Wheels/Tires:
18-inch Navigator wheels.

Suspension/Chassis:
'Bagged with Slam Specialities 'bags all the way around, 'bags over the axle set-up, a triangulated four-link, 1/2-inch fills, 3/8-inch dumps, two 5-gallon air tanks, and an engine-driven compressor.

Body Modifications:
Shaved handles, antenna, tailgate, and gas door. Tubbed for 20s with wheel tubs in bed, a molded-in roll pan, and a frenched license plate in the tailgate.

Interior:
S-10 bench seat.

Future Plans:
Traditional body-drop to the rockers.

Project Completion Date:
Your guess is as good as mine!

Special Thanks From Owner:
Jason Logan, Darren Jones, Mason O'Hara, Robert White, and KID.

Oh So Low
Owner: Matt Sayers
Ride: '99 Chevy S-10
Hometown: New Jersey
Club: Osolow

Wheels/Tires:
16x8 Wheel Vintiques Series 13 Smoothie, Sumitomo tires.

Suspension/Chassis:
A 3-inch stock-floor body-drop, 2,500-pound Firestones up front and 2,600-pound Firestones out back, SD three-link with 'bags over axle, an 8-gallon air tank, two Viair 480s, 3/8-inch ART Big Red valves, Monroe shocks in rear, and Nissan Hardbody shocks up front.

Body Modifications:
Shaved the antenna, squirters, handles, third brake light, drip rail, and gas door. Fully enclosed bed with a Harley pop-up gas cap, Colorado tails-he handmade the buckets himself-a Cali combo with the roll pan chopped off, and the driver-side door is suicided.

Interior:
Wrapped in tweed and plaid. Dash and door panels were smoothed out, stock seats with headrests cut off, a custom-made center console with poker-table cup holders, custom shifter nickel-plated with a Bud Light tap, and aftermarket power windows.

Miscellaneous:
A Sailor Jerry rum bottle as the coolant reservoir.

Future Plans:
I will still be running flat paint, two-toned, I have an idea of the color, but it's a secret, haha ... I'll change the front end up a bit, do some more smoothing out on the body, redo the suspension with a new back half and four-link, and maybe even rag-top the bed! And probably tons of other crap that runs through my head day and night.

Project Completion Date:
I wish I could tell ya.

Special Thanks From Owner:
First and foremost, thanks to my mother (may she rest in peace) for always believing in my foolish promise of making it into a magazine, as well as thanks to my wife Angie, for putting up with countless days and nights of me being in the garage, The Grampster for his love of what I do, my aunt, Carl from Vernon for helping me when I needed it, and for doing his kick-ass upholstery work, too; and finally a big shout-out to OSOLOW.