Rolling Attire

Wheels: 20-inch Gunmetal Coy C5
Tires: Kumho Ecsta SPT 245/35R20

Chassis Modifications
Suspension: SD upper cups (front) / SD three-link with custom bridge and 'bags over axle (rear)
Control Arms: Air Ride Technologies
Spindles: Belltech
Air Accessories: Billet switch box
Brakes: Rear disc-brake conversion from a Blazer

Body Modifications
Shaved: Door handles, antennae, third brake light, gas door, and taillights
Taillights: 42-inch smoked and flushed LED
Misc.: Custom motorized third door and custom sheetmetal bed with actuated panels, smoothed front steps

Brand & Colors: DuPont Pearl White
Airbrushing: Custom graphics
Performed By: Sprengel's Innovative Kustoms

Seats: Pontiac Trans Am
Material: Leather, suede, fiberglass, and paint
Dash: Custom fiberglass dash with Grand Am vents, 7-inch LCD in bezel with three custom air gauges
Center Console: Custom fiberglass console with relocated head unit, A/C controls, EQ and custom billet switch box

Head Unit: Eclipse CD 5441
Mids & Highs: Focal Polyglass 130V1
Amplifier for Mids & Highs: Alpine MRV-F345
Subwoofers: Alpine Type R
Custom Fabrication: Custom dash with speaker enclosures on the top, custom sub enclosure attached to the end of the amp rack
Misc.: Custom amp rack that is part of the motorized third door mechanism with polished aluminum base

Intake: K&N cold-air intake
Battery: Optima YellowTop under the bed
Inner Fenders: Sheetmetal with custom brackets to hold computer and fuse box
Detail Work: Custom billet aluminum panels on the fenders that match the design on the switch box

Special Thanks From Owner:
"I want to thank my wife Jenny for being patient over the course of the build and not getting mad at me for spending a lot of time and money on the truck. Also Jason Sprengel for all of the hard work he did on the truck. Finally, all of my friends and family for all of their time and support on the truck, especially my stepbrother Timmy for helping design and build the motorized third door and all of the countless hours he has spent helping finally get the truck back into one piece."