Thanks 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 'Yota
Jason 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.