Chief warrant Officer, Chad Brown let us borrow his 2004 tricked out Chevy Colorado - What you can see is a wild flame paint job on a truck that has an impressive air ride suspension. The interior is leather with Ostrich inserts and the rear bed was raised 8 inches. What you can’t see is the 2600 watts of power that takes up the entire back seat... Chad’s truck can crank some tunes! See it… Continue
Added by Gearhead on July 15, 2009 at 4:32pm —
I only wanted to show this car and spread the word about another builder out there. One I think is one of the greats I had the pleasure of working with him on a few projects he was building at the time and I learned a great deal of things in that time. I never saw one man do some many things or know so many things and then not just know them but be fast at them.
Vince Wright built this nemesis in 4 yrs working… Continue
Another hound trial came and went and I had so much fun-like always LOL. And like always funny things always seem to happen, well they are funny to me at least. It all started with me haveing this bright idea to drive my big ole ford aka beast to the trial since I know that they always need a full size truck to run the bear hunters up to the starting line and for running the water box to and from the grounds, so I clean it out, scrub it down and even put my diamond plated truck box back in the… Continue
Added by Elk huntress on July 13, 2009 at 10:42pm —
My name is Paul Manukyan and I work for Steve Harris Imports working on exotic sports cars. I am a registered ferrari technition and am also ASE cetified. I own a sideline business rebuilding specialty engines. Mike heard about me through a friend, called and ended up bringing his engine to me in a box needing to have it rebuilt. He wanted to keep the serial numbers matching so the enginge required rebuilding rather than replacing. At a high rate of speed ? Mike lost his oil pump and the rest… Continue
Added by Mike on July 13, 2009 at 9:00pm —
I think that the Dodge Dakota was its on size of truck. It was bigger than any normal mid size truck and just a tad smaller that a 1500 ful size truck. Not only that I think its a great strong truck and can do what i need it to. Yes the 3.9 kinda drages when im hauling wood and things of that nature but that will soon change with the bigger motor and the things i plan on doing to it. Im going to school at the University Of Northwestern Oh for auto and diesel and am loving it. So I do have… Continue
i have an 84 t/a chevy 350 the ignition died and i bought a push buton ignition plate and hooked it up and i cant get it to work and help. ok update, i got the car to run today had an ignition prob but we rewired it and fired right up .
Added by lee randolph on July 12, 2009 at 4:30pm —
A tree limb fell on my 99 dodge ram and messed up the hood, door, and fender, (what a blow!) does anyone have a white truck for parts out there? I sure could use the help. Paul P.S. I live in baton rouge.
Well I have finally bought me a cold air intake kit through specture and i have lowered the rear of my truck 2 inch with some djm lowering shackles and its awesome i will soon load pictures when i get a camera to work right so peace out
Added by doughboy on July 10, 2009 at 10:25pm —
i have an 80 and 81 camaro the 80 i got when i was 16 i had big plans to restore it so i got the 81 for parts i wanted to much of the 81 so i decided to use the body and restore it, it's going to be a dark gray i am going to put a 383 stroker in it i want it to put out 500 to 600 hrs and run a 200 shot of nitrous that's my plan for know.
Added by Josh on July 10, 2009 at 2:42am —
I pulled the covers off the Dana 30 & 44 axels that I got for the Willys. Everything looked real good and it looks like 3.73-1 gear ratio's with open for now diff's. I'll pull the drums off in the next few days and see how bad the brakes are. The front axel has these cool finned drums kinda like the '53 Buick's that all the Hot Rodders like. I'm going to use the tie rods and drag link from the '74 Scout front axel that I'm not going to use. More later.
Added by warren on July 10, 2009 at 12:06am —
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just picked up a 04 jeep liberty limeted white all option low miles but i needs more than this how do i get i lift kit for this thing and not a 2in maybe 3or 4 inch so i can fit biger tires some one help me thank you
Added by adam britto on July 6, 2009 at 11:34pm —