The Lowdown
Rolling Attire

Wheels (Front/Rear): Factory 14-inch rims covers
Tires (Front/Rear): 185/70R14 BRG Silvertown Radials

Chassis Modifications
Suspension type: Pro-hopper hydros with drain fill plugs in the bed to allow access to refill the pumps
Suspension (Front): Hydraulics
Suspension (Rear): Hydraulics
Airbag/cylinder type and size: (Front): 6 inch (Rear): 8 inch
Hydro accessories: Accumulators
Frame mods: Small C-notch, plated from front to back with 3/4-inch steel, which allows the truck to drag
Performed by: 110 Kustoms
City/state: Monroe, North Carolina

Body Modifications
Shaved: Handles, mirrors, taillights, tailgate handle, gas filler, and body line over the wheel wells
Frenched: Taillights
Taillights: '39 Ford
Exterior bolt-ons: Swan-neck mirrors
Misc.: Full sheetmetal bed and inside of tailgate
Performed by: 110 Kustoms
City/state: Monroe, North Carolina

Paint
Brand and colors: DuPont Hot Hues Lemon Glow
Style: Solid
Performed by: David Hess at Davidsimpalas.com
City/state: Shelby, North Carolina

Interior
Seats: Factory bench modified to recline and clear the driveshaft tunnel
Material: Ostrich
Dash: French wrap
Misc.: Custom one-off steering wheel

Special Thanks By Owner:
Hillary and Zane for loving the truck from beginning to end, Jamie Cook, Joey Griffin for not quitting, David Hess at David's Impalas for the paint work, Stephen Baucom at Signz and Designz, Mike Miller at Truecustoms.com for the steering wheel, Brandon for spending all weekend shooting the truck to get cool shots, all the haters who asked, "why that truck?" and of course, Mom.