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Javier Guerrero’s '04 Chevy Colorado has been lowered 2/4 on 18-inch Xtreme wheels. The 3.5L five-cylinder engine breathes easier with a K&N intake and a glasspack muffler with 2.5-inch exhaust tubing. The interior has been completely sanded and painted, making this mini a well-rounded daily driver.
2004 Chevy Colorado
Lance bought his Blazer brand new, and it's still driven seven days a week. It lays out on 20-inch Billet Specialties wheels with the help of a rear three-link and Suicidedoors upper and lower control arms. So far, the interior has only been hooked up with leather and suede seats, but Lance has plans to re-carpet the entire cab, build a custom center console, and fabricate a full sheetmetal dash.
2001 Chevy Blazer
For those who don’t speak Spanish, "sancha" is a slang term meaning "the other woman." For Valde Reyna, this '95 Mighty Max is his mistress. It’s been 'bagged with stock control arms with the lowers sectioned 1 1/4 inch. He's converted to an S-10 five-lug setup and has built a custom frame from 2x4 and 2x3 square tubing. The frame is now 6 inches shorter than stock, and Valde even cooked up his own rear two-link. Future plans include suicide doors, a full sheetmetal bed and dash, and a ton of shaving.
1995 Mitsubishi Mighty Max