For this year's Construction Zone Special, we decided to pay homage to some of the coolest garage-built rides around by giving them more than just a single page of glory! Check out what some of the coolest under-construction rides look like from around the world, and use this as motivation to go cut on your own garage-built rides. Maybe we'll see your ride in these very pages soon enough.

Owner: Jon Leach
Ride: '94 Nissan Hardbody
Hometown: Ponca City, Oklahoma

Wheels: 20x8-inch Rozzi Peels

Suspension/Chassis: SFBD clipped from the firewall using 2x3-inch and 100-percent TIG welded-130 hours of TIG welding, SSD triangulated four-link with Astro Van rear cups, CanDo Specialty upper and lower control arms with CanDo front 'bag brackets, Belltech spindles, and used four-link ends for body mounts, so the body is adjustable, a 20-gallon Summit fuel cell, Viair 380 compressor with two 5-gallon chrome air tanks, Blitzluft valves, Slam R6 'bags in the front and Slam R7s in the rear, Toyota front hubs and Toyota rear axle, and every bushing, brake, spring, and wheel cylinder are all new

Body Modifications: Shaved third brake light, door handles, and locks; Grant Kustoms rear skin combo, Caddy lights, 4x4 fenders, a full sheetmetal bed with tubs, and 100-percent new firewall with tubs

Interior: Cavalier buckets, smoothed dash, repainted to a factory gray for now, Hurst shifter, and two Rockford Fosgate 10s in a box between the seats

Miscellaneous: Engine and transmission 355 with a Holly carburetor, Weyland intake, and Edelbrock air cleaner, chrome valve covers, and timing chain cover, Pete Jackson gear drive, Erson 292 cam with 520 lift, and an HEI distributor

Special Thanks: Chad Rosell, Tanner Morton, Brandon from Rozzi Wheels, Timmy Robbins, John Gallagher, and Randy Runnels

Future Plans: Tear it back apart for paint and Ultra Leather interior, Procharger and steel dash, smoothed floor in the cab, Grant Kustoms front bumper, and front tubs over the tires

Project Completion Date: Unknown