Owner: Michael Slayton Ride: '89 Nissan Hardbody Hometown: Middle River, MD
For those of you who are confused, Dizygotic means non-identical twin pair. Why is that significant in this build? Well, this hardbody is like looking at a pair of twins who dress different. On one side you have the dark, gothic kid, while on the other you have the artistic and colorful twin. It's one truck, but two completely different personalities.
Michael Slayton, the creator of this Hardbody, has been a minitrucker since he was 14 years old, and he's had his Nissan for 10 years. It's been a long build, but Michael has done every step of the truck with his own hands. The paintjob itself has 32 House of Kolor colors in it, crazy graphics, and some real-fire flames. He made a custom frame, shaved it all out, and even did the interior work himself. Talk about a do-it-yourself minitrucker.
The interior features a lot of Michael's handy work, including a painted headliner. The speaker pods and door panels were also made by Mike. Another cool mod he performed was the custom-made front bumper, which was painted with House of Kolor Mirror Reflect Chrome Paint. Mike told us he's been waiting a long time for this feature and it made all the work and long wait worth it. With his skills, we can only wait to see what he comes up with next.