After many years of building various mini and fullsize trucks, Steven Cecil wanted to build something that no one would soon forget. Five years, a small fortune, some good times, a two-year hiatus, and Steven emerged with one of the cleanest '92 S-10s around.

Steven has been involved in this sport in one way or another for the past 20 years. He began amassing feature fame in '96 with the publication of his Dime in Truckin' and Sport Truck magazines. Tapping into the formula that produced this show-winning '92 S-10, Steven once again created a masterpiece that demands our attention.

You don't build the caliber of vehicles that Steven did overnight, and the attention to detail that is present in his truck isn't something that comes easily. This time around, it took Steven all of about five years to rebuild the truck, and more than two years to find the motivation to finish it after he started it. This truck tops his previous rides with details such as the graphic paintwork and staggered billet wheels. Where this truck stands out is in the creature comforts of the truck. Ditching the old and worn out tweed coverings, Steven replaced them and wrapped everything in the hides of the Ostrich and bovine. To put the exclamation point on the interior are the billet interior accents that Steven installed.

For a look into the making of Steven's newest creation, check out the details in the Lowdown portion of this story. Otherwise, just stare at the photos for a while in awe, like we do.

The Lowdown
Rolling Attire
Wheels: (Front) 18x7 Billet Specialties, (Rear) 20x8 Billet Specialties
Tires: Sumitomo HTR Z II (Front) 225/40ZR18 (Rear) 255/35ZR20

Chassis Modifications
Suspension Front: Air Ride Technologies Cool Ride, Firestone 2500-pound Airbags
Suspension Rear: 'bags behind axle, Firestone sleeve 'bags
Shocks: Belltech
Compressors: Two Chrome Viair 350c
Brakes: Rotor, caliper, and drum painted GM Gunmetal Gray
Misc.: Belltech 2-inch drop spindles
Performed by: Owner

Body Modifications
Bolt-ons: Roll pan, smooth bumper, clear marker and turn signals, billet grille, and blue foglights
Performed by: Owner

Paint
Brand and colors: GM Aqua Marine Green, PPG Vanilla Shake
Misc.: Graphics and pinstriping done by Bob Taylor at House of Color
Performed by: Dennis Isaac

Interior
Seats: '90 Grand Am covered in Cream ultra leather and Ostrich
Dash: Cream leather
Misc.: Custom rear bench seat with sub box and amplifier built into it, billetpedals, shifter, doorsills, and Billet Specialties steering wheel
Performed by: Sneed's Hot Rod Interior

Stereo
Head unit: Pioneer CD
Mids and highs: Pioneer 6x9-inch and Infinity 3x7-inch
Amplifier for mids and highs: PPI 100x4
Subwoofers: Infinity 8-inch
Misc.: PPI 150-watt ampilifier
Performed by: Jeff's Car Audio

Engine/Performance
Exhaust: Custom built by owner
Detail work: Chrome, polished stainless steel and billet accessories
Misc.: All Stainless steel part handmade by owner, Hypertech Chip
Performed by: Owner

Special Thanks From Owner:
To my wife and daughter Kristin for all their support.