Plastic DraggerThanks to many shops and his wife, Kenny Daley of Farmville, North Carolina, finally accomplished the modifications he wanted on his '95 Chevy S-10. Kenny started by installing a billet grille, clear corner lights, and a Wings West air dam on the front of his mini. Sport mirrors and a headlamp conversion kit soon followed the shaved hood squirters and a molded-in tonneau cover. The rear of Kenny's truck also features Euro taillights and a Corvette exhaust system.
When the body modifications were completed, Kenny had his truck custom-painted at Hardee's Body Shop of Greenville, North Carolina. Then he used Air Lift's Easy Street 2,500 'bags and 2-inch lowering spindles to lower the front of the truck and a four-link and sleeve 'bags to lower the rear. The truck rides on 17x8-inch Kruger Chrome rims with blue BFGoodrich Scorcher tires. A 2.2L factory motor powers the truck and a K&N filtercharger feeds it fresh air. The entertainment system contains a JVC Chameleon CD head unit, four Hollywood 12-inch subs and a pair of monitors for viewing a Sony PlayStation 2. Powering all of the equipment are two Optima Yellow Top batteries and a 1.0 farad capacitor.
Jesus Built a 'YotaJason Morgan likes MT so much he says its his own personal Bible and that the editors are gods. Well, we must not be very good gods because he's built a mini better than we ever could. Jason's Toyota lays hard thanks to a 3-inch body drop, four corner airbags, a Z-notch, and a triangulated four-link. For rolling attire, Jason chose 16-inch KMC Gnome rims and Falken Ziex rubber. The body is fully shaved, and after a few minor setbacks it received its Subaru WRX Blue paint via PPG. To accessorize the exterior, Jason selected a phantom billet grille and a 4WD valance to match the 4WD front bumpers. Inside the cab, you'll find lots of gray tweed and painted accents, which conceal a JVC head unit and speakers.