Green With Envy

Tyler Paul knew he wanted his first-gen S-10 to be super clean so he tackled the body and paintwork himself to achieve that goal. Tyler started by shaving everything his heart desired including door handles, body lines, and finishing with a smooth tailgate skin. A Toyota front bumper and phantom grille finished things off before Tyler laid down the 2005 Scion Green paint. Next he knew his S-10 had to go down south, so after installing a four-link, drop spindles, and full air ride he definitely has us "Green With Envy."

Tyler Paul
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
1989 Chevy S-10

Second Chance

Pete Roberts is no stranger to minitruckin'. This time the bug bit back, and Pete knew he wanted to go back to his old-school roots. So he picked up a 1982 Toyota SR5 that was just like the one he had in high school. This Toyota is fully 'bagged at each corner and stock-floor body-dropped thanks to the help of Dan at Low Clearance Customs. He left the body mainly stock with the only addition of a smooth rollpan and a smoothed bed floor. We know Pete is loving things the second time around.

Pete Roberts
Sultan, WA
1982 Toyota SR5

White As A Ghost

David Garza knew when he picked up his latest project that he wanted to get his 2003 S-10 very low very quickly. He installed Slam Specialties 'bags in each corner and to get his Dime back up to cruising altitude he installed 1/2-inch GC valves and two Viair 380 compressors. Rolling over a set of 18-inch Eagle wheels, David was happy with the stance. Next, he installed a 2003 Sonoma front end and welded the entire rear shut. David's future plans include a stock-floor bodydrop, 20-inch wheels, and a new coat of paint.

David Garza
Waller, TX
2003 Chevy S-10