Rolling Attire
Wheels (Front/Rear): 20x8.5 and 22x10 Bonspeed Clutch
Tires (Front/Rear): Dunlop SP9000 245/35ZR20 and 285/30ZR22

Chassis Modifications
Suspension Type: Pneumatic
Suspension (Front/Rear): Toyota front clip and wishbone setup in the backside
Airbag: (Front): Slam Specialties RE7s (Rear): Firestone 2,600-pound
Control Arms: Can Do Toyota arms lengthened with raised, upper ball joint mounts
Spindles: Toyota drop spindles
Valves: SMC 3/8
Compressors: Two Viair 450s
Air line: 1/2-inch Stainless hard-line
Frame Mods: Toyota front clip and a firewall back frame
Frame material: 2x3
Misc.: Narrowed rearend eight inches
Performed By: Owner with much help from Shawn and Jason Adams at Val Harmon's Garage

Body Modifications
Shaved: Handles, emblems, third taillight, bed stake pockets, gas door, cowl (added more holes)
Frenched: Gas cap in driver bedrail
Body-dropped: Yep
Front End: 2001 Ranger clip, custom bumper-top half from a 2002 ranger and bottom half from a 1997 Ranger all massaged together and shoved back a bit
Taillights: 2003 Ranger
Misc.: Machined twist tailgate knob located on the inside of the tailgate, embossed FORD logo from an '80s model Ranger tailgate, smooth inner bed with a Bruce Horkey's wood floor
Performed By: Owner and The Little Shop of Horrors

Brand and colors: Mean green base
Style: Temporary

Seats: Nah
Material: Metal
Dash: 1950 Ford Shoebox
Door Panels: Metal uppers
Misc.: Ididit steering column and a 1940s Ford steering wheel

Model/Year: 1988 Mustang GT
Number of Cylinders: Eight
Transmission: C4
Intake: Edelbrock
Header/exhaust: Short boys
Battery: Optima RedTop
Engine Bay: One-off, the devil is in the details
Misc.: 1952 Ford hood trim as the center accent piece
Performed By: The Little Shop of Horrors

Special Thanks From Owner:
"My parents (why would you let me do this to a perfectly fine truck?), Jason, Josh, Jeremy, and Shawn Adams, Val Harmon, my brother-I bet you I finish mine first! All the ex girlfriends, all the neighbors I've ever had who lent a hand, Drew Laizer, Eric Peltier, everybody at The Little Shop of Horrors (mostly Bradley cause he doesn't give me a hard time). Anyone and everyone who has ever made a comment about the truck-both negative or positive. I'd also like to personally thank the truck for making me the friends that it has, you're the best! The zero thanks awards go to the band I was in (nope still haven't sold the truck), the drunk 17-year-old that fell asleep and hit me, and Hurricane Katrina for being punk sissies!"