Mini-truckers know the flashing lights of red and blue all too well. We get hassled for everything - from our taillights, the ability to sweep pavement, and even our creative differences from the norm. Nathan Wimmer of Princeton, West Virginia, and his S-10 have a little bit different story. Nathan was actually almost arrested while doing the rolling shots for this photo shoot!

Nathan Wimmer's previous customs have included a '69 VW bug as well as an '86 Chevy S-10. These vehicles primed him for what would be his craziest project to date: In-Yo-Face. However, these previous builds aren't the only things that have helped him get to this point. The fact that he's been involved in this scene for 12 years could only benefit his situation that much more.

To set Nathan's S-series to new heights and to differentiate it from the rest of the swarm of S-10s, an insane paint job was laid down. It's adorned with everything from diamond-plate, sheetmetal-plate, flames, and wild random swooping lines to give looks of confusion to onlookers. Each graphic has been given its own personality with the touch of the airbrush and wild pinstriping. The interior of the truck keeps with the bright theme. Yards of purple tweed and beige vinyl were applied.

We're sure to see more from Nathan, as it seems that custom vehicles are in his blood. As an active member of Xtreme Lowz you know that his buddies will always get him to push the envelope further every time. Nathan knows this. The only question is, what does he plan on doing about it?

The Lowdown

Rolling Attire
Wheels: 18-inch B. Coddington
Backspace: 4-inch
Tires: Nankang 215/35R18

Chassis Modifications
Suspension type: Air
Rear suspension: Reverse FBI four-link
Airbag/cylinder type and size: 2,600lb Firestone
Spindles: Belltech 2-inch drop spindles
Shocks: Toxic drop shocks
Valves: 1/2-inch valves
Compressors: Viair 450
Air line: 1/2-inch
Air/hydro accessories: 9-gallon air tank under the bed
Frame mods: 8-inch step notch, custom bag mounts
Performed by: Darrell Poe
City/state: Bluewell, West Virginia

Body Modifications
Shaved: Steps, tailgate handle, and hood squirters
Back end: Fiberglass step shavers and roll pan
Exterior bolt-ons: M3 style mirrors, JBM billet insert, SS Generation-2 bumper cover with custom billet insert, GMC Sonoma hood, and a Checkmate tonneau cover
Performed by: Chris Sizemore
City/state: Bluewell, West Virginia

Paint
Brand and colors: PPG Super Sonic Blue Mica base with multiple other fillers
Style: Crazy grafix everywhere
Airbrushing: Lots of detail airbrushing
Performed by: Chris Sizemore
City/state: Bluewell, West Virginia

Interior
Seats: Oldsmobile Bravada power buckets
Material: Purple tweed and beige vinyl
Dash: Fiberglassed dash with shaved dash vents
Center console: Blazer center console
Flooring: Beige carpet
Headliner: Purple tweed with sculpted flames
Gauges: Flame gauges with tinted gauge overlay
Misc: Colorado Customs Hancock solid billet steering wheel, billet dash kit and shifter, chrome Envoy door handles, and a Blazer console
Performed by: Allen Norwood and Kenny Franklin
City/state: Princeton, West Virginia

Stereo
Head unit: Alpine 9375
Mids & highs: Alpine 4x6s in the dash and Alpine 6-1/2-inchers in the doors
Amplifier for mids & highs: Cadence Q-series
Subwoofers: Rockford Punch Power HX2 8-inch sub behind the seat
Amplifier for subwoofers: Cadence Q-series
Custom fabrication: Custom subwoofer enclosure
Performed by: Owner and Robert Jones
City/state: Princeton, West Virginia

Engine/Performance
Intake: Cold-air intake
Header/exhaust: Flowmaster
Battery: Optima Yellow Top
Detail work: Polished valve cover and A/C lines

Special Thanks
Nathan would like to thank his parents, Darrell Poe, Kenny Franklin, Chris Sizemore, David Jarolds, Timmy Wimmer, and everyone else that helped with the build.