The Lowdown

Rolling Attire
Wheels: 18x8 Metal FX X1
Backspace: 30mm
Tires: 215/35R18 Falken

Chassis Modifications
Suspension type: Air
Front suspension: 3-inch drop I-beams
Rear suspension: 'Bagged over the axle
Airbag/cylinder type and size: (Front): 2500
(Rear): 2600 Contitech
Spindles/springs: AIM two-inch drop spindles
Shocks: Monroe Sensa Track
Valves: Electric SMC 3/8-inch
Compressors: Two Viair 480s
Air line: 3/8-inch steel braided and the normal black stuff
Air/hydro accessories: 5-gallon Firestone tank, six switches
Frame mods: Boxed front and rear, step notch triangulated four-link, a custom bridge, painted Alpine Green and Black
Frame material: Steel
Gas tank: 16-gallon fuel cell, aluminum
Brakes: Discs all the way around
Detail work: Most things are chrome, or painted to match the body, or painted black
Performed by: Owner Keith Wadlington and Jonathan Graham
City/state: Tucson, AZ

Body Modifications
Shaved: Wipers, emblems, squirters, key holes, front bumper, handles, tailgate handle, mirrors, third brake light, cab seams, cowl, gas door, firewall, rear cab wall, and a full sheetmetal bed.
Frenched: License-plate box
Body-dropped: 3.5-inches
Front end: Billet grille painted to match body, all chrome bumper without molding and holes, crystal-clear headlights and corners
Back end: Molded roll pan, frenched box, and shaved tailgate handle
Taillights: '07 Ranger
Performed by: Owner Keith Wadlington and Jonathan Graham
City/state: Tucson, AZ

Brand and colors: Sherwin Williams, Chrysler Alpine Green
Style: Solid
Performed by: Johnny Graham
City/state: Tucson, AZ

Seats: Toyota bucket
Material: Off-white vinyl, green piping
Dash: Shaved shelf, A/C vents, glovebox, switch panel, Alter Images billet wheel, switches for suspension in place of A/C controls, 2.5-inch Auto Meter tachometer, and old-skool Ford gauges
Door panels: Vinyl and piping
Center console: Vinyl and piping, housing a B&M slap shifter, 7.5-inch monitor, and a 10-inch inverted sub
Flooring: Green Marine carpet
Headliner: Vinyl, electric sunroof
Gauges: Old-skool Ford gauges by Auto Meter
Misc.: Dash clip shaved and painted to match the body
Performed by: Keith Wadlington, JonathanGraham, and Panchos Upholstery
City/state: Tucson, AZ

Head unit: Panasonic CQ-C9700U
Mids and highs: Four 1-inch MB Quart tweeters, two 4-inch MB Quart Mids, two 6.5-inch MB quart mids
Subwoofers: 10-inch Memphis
Amplifier for subwoofers: Audiobahn 800W
Wiring/accessories: Misc. from a local stereoshop
Video: 7.5-inch Audiobahn moniter, Audiobahn DVD player
Custom fabrication: Center console
Performed by: Owner Keith Wadlington
City/state: Tucson, AZ

Displacement: 306, 5.0 (302 Bored 30 over)
Model/year: '82 Ford Mustang
Number of cylinders: Eight
Head type: Ford Mustang GT
Internals: Wiesco Pro true Forged Flat Top pistons, Comp Cams Magnum Hydraulic roller lifters
Ported/polished: Yes
Deburred: No
Camshaft: Crane Powermax, hydraulic roller style, duration 278/286. Lift .520/.542
Fuel delivery: Two Holley blue-label fuel pumps, Holley 650cfm double-pumped HP style carb, chrome 4150 bowls, all steel-braided lines, earls fittings, Mallory billet fuel-pressure regulator
Transmission: TCI Sizzler C-4 manual-valve-body reverse pattern
Intake: Edelbrock performer RPM
Header/exhaust: L&L shorty headers, Summit exhaust cutouts, Flow Master 40 series. Header wrap, 2.5-inch pipe all the way back
Ignition: MSD coil, MSD 8.8 wire, Mallory 6al ignition box Mallory unilite distributor, Autolite double-platinum plugs
Driveshaft: Ford Racing aluminum drive shaft
Rear-end type: 8.8 Mustang, .373 gears
Battery: Two Optima YellowTops
Location: Under hood, under bed
Detail work: A lot of chrome and paint to match the body
Misc.: Fan shroud made out of 14-inch air cleaner shroud, billet overflow tank, three electric fans, and under-drive pulleys
Performed by: Owner Keith Wadlington
City/state: Tucson, AZ

Special Thanks By Owner
Freaks of Nature; Surface DVD for the past feature; Domination the Video for the upcoming feature; my roommate Dustin Langen; my friends and club, Glenn, Allison, Jeremy, Ray, Kevin, Andy, John, Opi, James, and Daniel (thanks for all of the help, guys); Rhino lining for the color-matched rhino; Rent a Wheel for the rims and tires; and Johnny for the paint.