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. If you have a ride that's not quite done, but it makes you want to shave, suicide, or chop something every month, then snap some of your own pics. Send them to us here at Mini Truckin' c/o Construction Zone, 2400 E. Katella Ave., Ste. 700, Anaheim, CA 92806.

20x8-inch Colorado Customs.

2x3 frame from the firewall back, four-link rear, custom fuel cell, modified control arms to lay 22s, and a stock-floor body-drop.

Body Modifications:
Shaved everything, Grant Kustoms combo and light fillers, radius-cut doors, full sheetmetal bed, smooth cowl, and a shaved firewall.

Two 10-inch JL Audio W7s, a couple of amps, and an Alpine headunit.

Special Thanks:
DIB Customs, Don Bracken Jr., Innovative Customs, Jamey Jordan, Duck, Chad Lucas (just because ha ha), and Eli Magee.

Future Plans:
22s, paint, powdercoating, interior, an updated front end, and a New Era bedliner.

Project Completion Date:
Soon, later, never, already done...you decide.

Wheels and Tires:
20-inch spoke knock-offs with BFGoodrich G- Force Tires.

Two-inch drop spindles, modified upper and lower arms, two-pump Showtime hydraulic setup, modified and shaved the back half of the frame, four-link, C-notch, and an aluminum fuel cell.

Body Mods:
Shaved door handles, lines, wiper cowl, side and back windows, mirrors, taillights, full-skin rear, gas door, and much more. Shaved and tubbed the firewall. The bed hinge is to the side and it stays open with the help of shocks out of a Mitsubishi van back door. Custom sheetmetal front bumper molded to fenders. A fullsize phantom grille was modified to fit. Fullsize C-10 hood was cut down to make a custom cowl hood. Extra billet was used from the grille to fill the custom buckets in the rear with LEDs hidden behind.

Shaved floor and back wall, a chain steering wheel, a billet shifter and window cranks, and molded lower door panels.

Special Thanks:
Everyone from SoSick Images who sacrificed many long days and nights and my girlfriend for all her patience.

Future Plans:
Finish the fiberglass interior, turn signals, headlights and foglights, license-plate boxes, rearview camera, and paint it.

Completion Date:
Shooting for the end of this summer.