The Lowdown
Rolling Attire
Wheels: 20 and 22 Coy C-5s with painted chocolate brown centers and custom machined Little Shop center caps made by Distinctive Machining
Tires: Ventus V4 245/35ZR20s and 265/35ZR22s

Chassis Modifications
Suspension Front: Ride Tech tubular uppers and lowers with 2800-pound Firestones
Suspension Rear: Suicidedoors.com five-link rear suspension with 2600-pound Firestones
Spindles: 2-inch drop spindles
Compressors: Engine-driven and two Viair 450s
Frame Mods: Notched rear clip and notched for tie-rod clearance
Gas Tank: Sectioned gas tank for cab clearance
Brakes: Little Shop rear disc brake conversion
Performed by: The Little Shop of Horrors

Body Modifications
Shaved: Hood squirters, fender trim holes, and front bed seams
Body-dropped: 2-3/4 inches part traditional with no raise in the rear section of floor or rear cabwall. Raised the bed floor to keep stock look also
Exterior bolt-ons: Street Scene Cal-Vu mirrors
Misc.: Line-X and kept the outside as factory as possible to keep the true stock look
Performed by: The Little Shop of Horrors

Paint
Brand: DuPont
Performed By: The Little Shop of Horrors

Interior
Seats: Factory bench seat chopped down and wrapped in two chocolate colored leather hides with matching suede
Dash: 1963 Ford Galaxy remade to fit the truck, painted DuPont chocolate brown
Door Panels: Smoothed and painted DuPont chocolate brown with leather and suede
Flooring: Daytona weave carpeting
Gauges: Dakota Digital
Misc.: Genie Shifter knob with custom-built shift rod and boot, Billet Specialties steering wheel and window cranks
Performed By: Hudson's Rod and Custom and The Little Shop of Horrors

Stereo
Head Unit: JVC
Mids and Highs: Boston Acoustic
Custom Fabrication: Head unit mounted beneath driver seat
Performed By: The Little Shop of Horrors

Engine/Performance
Displacement: 2.2 L
Header/exhaust: Pacesetter header
Battery: Optima
Detail Work: Tubbed and shaved firewall painted to match
Misc.: Wheeltub areas behind wheels are sprayed with matching color bedliner
Performed by: The Little Shop of Horrors

Special Thanks From Owner
"My mom and dad for their love and support while building the truck. My wife Michelle, for supporting me along the way and helping me in tight spots. A big thanks to Eric and Bradley at The Little Shop of Horrors for making my dreams come true. Chris Pollock for all his help in the truck as well and Hudson's Hot Rod's for doing a sick job on the interior. I also want to thank O'Reilly's/DuPont for the paint supplies, Dakota Digital for the gauges, and Don at Distinctive Machining for the wheel center caps. Also Andrew Harris, Larry Douglas, H.G. Hickey, Skee-lo, Nephew T, and anyone else who lent a hand during the past four years. A big shout-out to Mini Truckin' magazine and Relaxed Atmosphere for helping to write this final chapter."