Todd "TODSMACK" Suitor
'86 Toyota 2WD
Lake Havasu City, Arizona
17 Inch Budnik's One Offs wrapped in 205/40 R 17's
Traditional 4 inch body drop,3 inch box style 2 link rear setup, raised bed floor to make room for new suspension, relocated gas tank for safety reasons, It has 2 Firestone air compressors feeding into a 5 gallon tank with 4 Firestone 2500 air bags. No need for speed when its body dropped!
Everything has been shaved on this truck! Front markers,hood,wiper cowl,doors,bed,tailgate (or lack there of tailgate) and the rear tail lights. Stock front bumper replaced with a 4 runner bumper and valance (with 4 inches cut off to lay right).Phantom grille,4x4 front fenders to make room for the wheels to tuck, hood has been fitted with a huge bubble to make room for the engine, one piece window trim for a smooth look,4 inches cut from windshield, Roadster top, Uni Body, steal plate molded into the bed for support and adds new age body lines, tailgate has been molded into a one piece back half along with the roll pan and a tag box.
Coming soon, 1955 Chevy Bel Air dash, Honda recovered Prelude buckets seats, and a one off center console.
Engine rebuild... LC Engineering
Special Thanks By Owner:
1st goes to my future wife, Thank you for letting me take over the garage!! 2nd goes to Toff, if not for him I would not have gotten this truck! The guy who started this truck, I want to thank you! you started an awesome idea!3rd goes out to my hommies back home for their constant motivation! Tick,Justin,Lindsey,Brad, and Clyde! And Thank you MiniTruckin' for putting me in you. wait that sounds strange...
Project Completion Date:
Before Lance gets his Dakota on the road!;)
'94 Chevy S-10
20x8-inch Devious Titans, with Toyo 255/35ZR20 tires
Fabricated frame, from the front control arms back. Stock-floor body-dropped, Barely Legal Fabrication control arms, custom wishbone link in the back, a two-pump two-dump hydro setup, all chrome with stainless hardlines, and stainless braided lines, 6-inch cylinders up front, and 10-inch cylinders out back-which are run upside down and through airbags that provide an adjustable rate spring-setup in a cantilever application. Most of the suspension components are chrome-plated and everything else has been powdercoated. Barely Legal Fabrication "no-notch" tie rods up front.
(Not pictured) Shaved most everything, 3-inch chop top, Grant Kustoms front bumper, custom one piece Phantom grille with shaved corner lights.
Bare metal, for right now.
SBC 350 with 350 turbo trans. Block is painted to match the frame, an Edelbrock chrome intake manifold and carburetor, hand-fabricated valve covers, also a chrome-plated custom-made exhaust, and tons of other goodies.
The truck is being built in a two-car garage on weekends, during vacations, and without an army of contributors; mainly my wife and I. All of the bolt covers, wire holders, and custom nuts are all one-off pieces made by the owner on a mill or lathe, and then sent out for chrome. The fuel cell was a raw aluminum piece from Summit, the owner spent many hours sanding and polishing it to shine bright, all of the various hoses and lines were all run inside the frame to keep the outside nice and clean.
Special Thanks By Owner:
Without my wife being so interested in this kind of stuff, I would have never gotten this far, so most of my thanks go to her. I also thank the guys from Barely Legal Fabrication, Riche and Josh; they had been helping me on various things before I ever started working with them. Also, a couple of good friends who have helped at one time or another, the D.R., Kickstand, Ripper, and Dangus.
Over the winter, I plan to rebuild the transmission and paint it to match, put the body and bed back on, get the interior back in, and paint it.
Hopefully Havoc '08.