Ridin' Around - November 2006

Ashley Alexander
Nov 1, 2006
Photo 2/5   |   chevrolet S10 front Passengers Side View
Where You From?

Vince Hagy, from unknown USA, is hard at work on his first-generation S-10. We didn't get much info, but from what we can see, he has started to shave a few things off and he has done all the work himself, including the Sony sound system, the C-notch and air bags, and the custom-made door panels and center console. Vince built a custom pod in his center console to house a 6-1/2-inch screen for some entertainment.
Photo 3/5   |   isuzu Pickup front Passengers Side View
Isuzu Drag by U

Gary Neal from good ol' Horn Lake, Mississippi, is currently working on his baby that he calls ISUZUDRAGBYU. His body mods include shaved doors, tailgate, hood squirters, antenna, and third brake light. A two-tone green-and-silver and chrome front end finishes off the exterior. Moving inside, the dash is painted white, door panels are covered in white leather, the bucket seat is covered with a Mexican blanket, and tunes are brought to Gary by a JVC stereo. The Isuzu rolls on 14-inch salt flat racing caps wrapped in 3-1/2-inch whitewalls from Coker Tire. Gary plans to finish out the 'bag setup and body-drop it to the doors for the RA show!
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Rattle Can Kustoms

Rollin' hard in the Dirty South is not an easy task, but Kyle Dodder pimps his S-dime on a daily basis. For now, Kyle has shaved and primed his ride on a 5/6 drop. He's installed some serious bumps utilizing Fosgate subs and amps. So far, Kyle has kept himself motivated by doing a little at a time but says that real soon he'll have the dough to go all the way with a stock floor BD on 20s, suicide doors, and maybe even some paint!
Photo 5/5   |   1985 Chevrolet S10 drivers Side View
Street Dreamer's Dime

Shane Yip rips up the streets of Cameron, South Carolina, with his super-powerful '85 S-10. The first things to go were the annoying body warts, including all the handles and emblems. Next on the list was a new altitude using some of the finest Belltech lowering components. With the new altitude, it was time for some attitude. The 4.3 V-6 motor has been fully reworked with a Holley carb, headers, exhaust, MSD ignition, and a rebuilt 350 turbo tranny. Everything was either chromed, polished, or painted. Once everything was just to Shane's liking, the truck received a clean PPG Blue Haze paint job. With a little saving, future plans include bags and suicide doors.



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