If the name Shon Reece sounds familiar, that's because this isn't his first rodeo. In fact, his last feature truck, The Jaw Breaker, was a door-draggin' S-10 that was ahead of its time in many respects. That truck was definitely among the many amazing feature trucks that could have rightfully graced the cover. However, this gave Shon some fuel for the fire to go all-out on his next project. His guinea pig for a full-blown custom, with a goal of all or nothing, became this '84 two-door Chevy Blazer.

Now, if you've ever had the pleasure of talking with Shon, you know his demeanor and just how funny he can be. For example, in our tech sheet when asked what was the best part of building the truck, he simply replied "getting it done." And when asked about the worst part, his straightforward answer came out just as quickly, "trying to get it done!" Ha ha! We've all been there and know exactly what he's talking about. Shoot, if I had a peso for everytime someone asked me "So, when's it going to be done?" I'd have enough money to finish all 18 of my projects.

Besides the goal of going all-out this time to make the cover, Shon knew that he wanted a complete transformation, both inside and outside. To make that happen, Shon and his buddy, Jason, went to town on the inside of the truck by building an entire fiberglass dash and flowing center console. The theme here was very simple-completely wild! The duo spent more than 100 hours of airbrush time, outfitting every square-inch of the truck with insane graphics, from bio-mechanical to real fire. Nothing on Nek Breaker is normal or conventional, not even the suspension. Shon decided to go with hydros this time, and that is his only regret. If he could have done anything different, he "definitely would have went with airbags."

Well, after we came across Shon's insane Blazer, we knew that it was golden. Built entirely by the owner and a couple of close friends, this real-world mini was built minitrucker style-with plenty of blood, sweat, and beers! Insane? Yes. Wild? Most definitely. But Shon Reece wouldn't have had it any other way. For more information and specs, checkout The Lowdown.

The Lowdown

Rolling Attire
Wheels: 18-inch Billet Specialties
Tires: 225/35ZR18 Nitto

Chassis Modifications
Suspension type: Hydraulics
Front suspension: 8-inch cylinders
Rear suspension: 10-inch cylinders
Spindles: 2-inch drop spindles
Hydro line: Braided
Hydro accessories: CCE setup, with accumulators
Frame mods: Notched
Frame material: 2x4-inch box tubing
Gas tank: 15-gallon fuel cell
Performed by: Shon Reece

Body Modifications
Shaved: Everything! Bodylines, mirrors, corners, tailgate, handles, roof rack,wiper cowl, and etc.
Body dropped: 5-inches
Front end: Phantom, Toyota bumper and valance
Taillights: Euro clears
Performed by: Shon Reece

Paint
Brand and colors: All House of Kolor pearls and candies
Style: Wild
Airbrushing: Bio-mechanical, real fire, murals, skulls, faces, and detailed graphics
Misc.: More than 100 hours in airbrush time
Performed by: Jason Miles and Shon Reece

Interior
Seats: Pontiac Fiero
Material: Tweed and leather
Dash: Custom-built fiberglass
Door panels: Custom-sculpted leather
Center console: Custom-built fiberglass
Flooring: Tweed
Headliner: Tweed
Gauges: Auto Meter gauges
Performed by: Shon Reece and Jason Miles

Stereo
Head unit: Pioneer
Mids and highs: Kenwood
Amp for mids and highs: Directed Audio
Subwoofers: Three 15-inch Audiobahn
Amplifier for subwoofers: Directed AudioWiring/accessories: Rockford Fosgate, Stinger
Custom fabrication: All fiberglass boxes and amp rack
Performed by: Shon Reece and Jason Miles

Engine/Performance
Displacement: 350ci
Number of cylinders: 8
Head type: Edelbrock
Ported/polished: Both
Camshaft: Comp Cams, with roller rockers
Transmission: Turbo 350
Intake: Edelbrock
Header/exhaust: Boiler exhaust
Battery: Three Optima YellowTops
Location: In the back
Performed by: Shon Reece

Special Thanks (from owner):
Talia, my wife; and Jason Miles at Shrooms Custom Airbrush. Also, thank you Chase, for all of your help on the paint.