Back in 1994, Greg Johnson's great uncle and aunt bought him this '91 S-10, so he could save some money for college. Shortly after in '95, it was rolled over on the way home from his then-girlfriend's house, who is his wife now, and the truck was nearly totaled. The insurance company put it back together and Greg had it painted Hawaiian Orchid Metallic. Back then it was still factory, except for a set of '80s Firebird wheels. Later in '96, it rolled on the way home from his girlfriend's house, and was once again nearly totaled. "Not sure if the Kentucky roads are that bad or if I just sucked at driving!" This time around, the insurance would be left out of the loop, as Greg teamed up with his dad to put it back together using the "we will take two junk trucks and make a good truck" theory. It took a while, but the effort was worth the wait. This time around, it was painted Hawaiian Orchid Metallic with a Lund Fiberglass roll pan and a Lund Fiberglass moon visor with '78 Corvette aluminum wheels.

Greg cruised his S-10 safely until 1998, when it was part of an 18-car pileup and totaled on his way home from college in an ice storm. At this point, Greg could tear apart this truck with his eyes closed. So, he bought it back with a salvaged title and rebuilt it. After being in primer for three years, Greg teamed up with Jason Logan and they created the S-10 you see here. We hope there won't be any more roller-coaster crashes for this beauty! Good luck, Greg.