THE LOWDOWN

Rolling Attire
Wheels (Front): 18-inch Devino Road Concepts
Wheels (Rear): 20-inch Devino Road Concepts
Tires (Front): Wanli 215/35R18
Tires (Rear): Wanli 225/45R20

Chassis Modifications
Suspension type: Airbags
Suspension (Front): Slam Specialties
Suspension (Rear): Contitech with steel bbraided air lines, and a chrome four-link
Valves: GC Extreme valves
Shocks: Chrome Pro shocks
Compressors: Air-Zenith compressor
Air accessories: Five-gallon stainless tank
Detail work: All stainless nuts and bolts, a powdercoated axle, powdercoated front arms, a custom tubular notch with graphics to match, and chrome links
Rearend: '92 Toyota rear axle to help fit the20-inch wheels
Performed by: Aaron Gardener and Mark Blakely at SCD Fabrication

Body Modifications
Chop top: First '99 Extra Cab Tacoma with a 3-inch chop top, custom glass built by Kelly Ferris Mobile Auto Glass with etched Xtreme Lowz logo, and all new-rubber moldings
Shaved: Door handles, hood squirters, front corner lights, tailgate, third-brake light, brake-light hump, gas door, antenna, and roll pan
Other mods: Custom sheetmetal bed, inner wheel wells both front and rear, a one-of-a-kind custom sheetmetal front bumper, with Silverado foglamps, built by Grant Kustoms. Molded front fenders, molded inner doorjambs, flared bed sides, a gas door was relocated in bed, 4x4 front fenders, a smooth fiberglass cowl by RAW in Florida
Doors: Suicide
Bolt-0ns: Clear Tacoma front headlights, '96 4x4 chrome shell with billet insert from FBI, Custom made billet insert for bumper from FBI, and '01 smoked Tacoma taillights
Performed by: SCD Fabrications, Street Rod Factory, and owner Joel Sadenwasser

Paint
Paint: House of Kolor
Basecoat: Orion Silver
Airbrush colors: House of Kolor ppc43 Black and Snow White
Candy: House of Kolor SG100 with Oriental Blue (candy intensifier)
Pinstripping: House of Kolor Orion Silver
Airbrush details: About 226 different characters, and more than 600 hours of intense hour-on-end painting, taping, and airbrushing. Danny Albert had blisters on his fingers! Danny Albert was inspired by his grandfather, Anthony Patasio, who drew the first Mighty Mouse, and was a cartoonist from Terry Toons.
The theme: A tribute to minis: West Coast Style with skulls, Rat Fink, Grant Kustoms logo, Coast Airbrush Logo, Ed Roth, Von Dutch flying style, hip-hop styling, a Barrachos skull, a skull with an MT4LYFE hat on, portraits of the owner's and the painters' girls, Adam Radovich's knuckles (handmade tattoo), and a whole lot more to be seen. After circling the truck more than 50 times, we found new stuff to look at every time!
All paint work done by: Danny Albert at Albert Designs the Studio in Murrieta, California.
All prep work done by: The owner JoelSadenwasser and Chris Caruso
All bodywork done by: The owner JoelSadenwasser and JD Lusadri at Street Rod Factory
All products purchased: At Coast Airbrush in Anaheim, California (Luckily, they are open on Saturdays).

Interior
Seats: Prelude bucket seats, wrapped in black suede and black vinyl with blue stitching
Headliner: Custom headliner with paint, vinyl, and suede
Dash: Full custom, custom vents on top, a custom gauge cluster, 9.5-inch TV flushed into the passenger side, 10.5-inch TV flushed into the center, with Adam (Handmade) Radovoch billet accessories, and a one-off steering column.
Center console and custom work: Custom-fiberglass center console, fiberglass speaker box with molded flames, custom fiberglass amp rack, capacitor and batteries under plexiglass, door panels, fiberglass speaker pods, billet arm rests, billet window cranks, billet oval handles, ignition relocated into the driver door panel, Memphis logo embroidered onto suede, all interior painted with graphics and wrapped in suede and vinyl.
Performed by: Extreme Audio in Murrieta, CA, by Adam "Handmade" Radovich and bodyworked by the owner Joel Sadenwasser, and Chris Caruso

Engine
Chrome:2.4L 4-cylinder with a custom-made chrome intake, chrome plenum, chrome valve cover, aluminum radiator, electric fan, all-steel-braided lines, billet overflow bottle, chrome hood latch, chrome hood prop, 170-amp alternator from Ohio Generators
Battery: Odyssey battery relocated into the cab
Stock: A/C and heat
Inner wheel wells: Custom
Exhaust: MagnaFlow
Performed by: JD Lusardi at Street Rod Factory, custom covers for relocated fuse box and vacuum lines by: Adam "Handmade" Radovich at Extreme Audio. All engine compartment and covers with full graphics painted by Danny Albert at Albert Designs the Studio.

Stereo
Head unit: Alpine 9885
DVD: Nesa DVD player
TVs: Nesa 10.4-inch and 9.5-inch
Door speakers: 6-1/-2-inch and 5-1/4-inch MSQ M-Class Memphis Audio components
Subwoofers: three 12-inch Memphis Audio M-Class woofers
Mids and highs amp: 75x4 M-Class Memphis Audio
Base amp: 2500x1 mono-block M-Class Memphis Audio
Crossover: Memphis three-way crossover
Power and wires: Two Memphis capacitors with digital read out, all Memphis RCAs and wiring
Performed by: All installed at Extreme Audio in Murrieta, CA, by Cody Williams and Adam "Handmade" Radovich

Special Thanks By Owner:
To Mini Truckin' magazine and all of the guys out there who go to shows and have inspired me to build this truck. And a huge special thanks to Danny Albert at Albert Designs the Studio in Murrieta, California, Adam "Handmade" Radovich at Extreme Audio, and JD Lusadri at Street Rod Factory. Grant Kustoms, and Chris Caruso from Xtreme Lowz, Riverside. My finance Lindsey Valero for letting me come home for the past five months around 2 or 3 in the morning while me and my boys finished the truck, and supporting me through it all. Cody Williams at Extreme Audio, Aaron Gardener at SCD, David Guerra and Joe at California Auto Center, Kelly Ferris Mobil Auto Glass, Keith Evanoff, Memphis Audio, Ohio Generators, RAW, Devino Road Concepts, Coast Airbrush, FBI (it's nice to talk to another minitrucker when you're in a hurry for parts for a cover shoot), Lowlife Video, Custom Carnage Video, my crew Xtreme Lowz, my ex-brother-in-law Lani Ho for taking me to my first truck run (look what you've done!). And last, but not least, my hommie Mike Alexander for completing my dream with a cover shot for Mini Truckin' magazine. Thanks to everyone for helping me to make my dream come true.