John Sayle is from McEwen, Tennessee, a town of about 1,000 people. The mini-truck scene is huge in their neck of the woods, and John was the first to roll on bags in his area. His current ride is an '86 Mazda B2200 that is Pearl White with a white interior and Firestone bags all around. The bags get their fuel from 1/2-inch GC valves and roll on Z71 wheels with 205/40ZR17 Toyo Proxes.
Orlando Muniz of Folsom, California, is 18 years old and has an '89 Toyota pickup. All the work has been done by the owner except for the paint job. The Toyota was a project for Orlando in high school in order for him to pass. His truck has been repainted black, dropped two inches, had extensive stereo additions, and now sits on 18-inch black wheels with machine lips. Well, Orlando, we're sure you passed with flying colors.
Moffet of cold-ass Pennsylvania is on his third Isuzu Amigo. His second one was onto a great start until a mishap of a monogamous miscommunication with the soon-to-be Mrs. Moffet. Regretting his decision on getting rid of it, the third Amigo was just a matter of time. As for the Amigo pictured, it sits on 18-inch chrome Teron rims and has a Cal mini header and custom exhaust with a high-flow-cat Borla exhaust. The roll pan was custom made and the suspension was dropped four inches. The ultimate goal is the cover of MT, so keep your eyes out.
Bernard Soileau of Eunice, Louisiana, is the owner of this pristine red '97 S-10. His dime sports a Street Scene front valance, smooth cowl, mirrors, and a roll pan. It rolls on 17-inch B. Coddington Timeless 5 wheels and rolls on 50-Series Falken rubber. The suspension is dropped three inches in the front, four in the rear, and is complemented by polyurethane sway bar bushings and end links. The interior has been dressed up with chrome-plated billet, leather seats, and paint. Add that to a killer stereo system and you've got one bitchin' ride.