Never Too OldButch Phillips of Inverness, Florida, bought this '89 Blazer as a work truck to haul around his mobile DJ gear. Butch isn't your usual mobile DJ, however, because this Blazer is actually his turning-50 project, and he's been working on it ever since. He immediately lowered it, using a DJM 2/3 drop. The exterior has been updated with a Goodmark cowl-induction hood, a chrome phantom grille, and a modified front bumper. Butch says he is nowhere near finished with his project because he is hoping to turn it into a feature vehicle.
Long and LowThis '87 S-10 longbed belongs to Ryan Nearhood from Elliottsburg, Pennsylvania. Ryan began working on this truck at the ripe young age of 15. So far, he's 'bagged it, shaved some miscellaneous items, upgraded to a set of Centerline 17s, and begun yanking out the interior for paint. Since he's only 16 and already plans on four-linking the rear and body-dropping the S-10, we know we'll be seeing a lot more of Ryan. Ryan would like to thank his mom and dad, Cragles, Vic, Shannon, and his girlfriend for their help and support.
Jealous IntentionsMichael Baker is the proud owner of this '00 Ford Ranger XLT. He cruises around his hometown of Harrisonville, Missouri, with his wife and 8-month-old in his slammed Ranger every chance he gets. He lowered his truck using a 4/5 Chassis Tech drop, with Toxic shocks to smooth out the ride. Michael also smoothed out his Ranger's body by shaving the tailgate handle and molding in a steel roll pan. He also frenched the tag box into the tailgate. Inside, the cab sports some tunes by Kenwood, Pioneer, and Sony. Mike plans on 'bagging and body-dropping the Ranger as soon as he can, then finishing off the shave job and slapping some paint on it.