Custom 1998 Chevrolet S-10 - Erratic Dime

Erratic Times Calls For Erratic Measures

Ernie Macias
Nov 1, 2007
Photographers: Michael Marrs
Photo 2/11   |   Owner: Anthony BairdRide: '98 Chevy S-10Hometown: Spring, TexasClub: Erratic
Sometimes people have interesting stories about their trucks, sometimes they don't. There's nothing wrong with that, not everybody drops their truck from jackstands or catches their interior on fire. When we called Anthony Baird out of Spring, Texas, he said the most interesting things that have ever happened to him involved dragging. It turns out, if you drag the snot out of your truck, the cops may let you go if the nearby ditch is on fire.
The point of the story being, even though sparking the median on fire will get you out of trouble, we think it might be a little dangerous. Anthony's truck isn't all go; it also has some show power. The truck has some awesome accessories, such as Street Scene mirrors and front bumper. One of the most unnoticed, yet awesome, mods on this truck is the molded rear bumper. We've seen people rock bumpers before, but this was a new kick to us.
Anthony works in the oil fields and he does all he can to keep his truck looking clean and on the road. But when it comes to dragging, "me and the guys from Erratic know a thing or two about that, just watch the newest Crime Pays video," said Anthony. "You can see my truck all over that video." It's not that he's a camera hog, he just loves to drag. What's wrong with a little dragging, as long as you're being safe? We're not sure if igniting the median falls into this category of safe, but Anthony still gets the thumbs-up for doing his thing.
The Lowdown

Rolling Attire
Wheels (Front): Billet Specialties 18x8
Wheels (Rear): Billet Specialties 20x9.5
Tires (Front): Nitto 225/35R18
Tires (Rear): Nitto 255/35R20
Chassis Modifications
Suspension type: Air
Suspension (Front): Firestone airbags
Suspension (Rear): Two-link with a Panhard bar
Airbag/cylinder type and size: (Front): 2500 Firestones (Rear): Firestones
Spindles/springs: 2-inch DJM
Valves: Eight 3/8-inch valves
Compressor: Nitrogen bottle
Air line: 3/8-inch airline
Frame mods: Two-link real with super notch
Performed by: Ekstensive
City/state: Houston, TX
Body Modifications
Shaved: Door handles, gas door, and taillights
Front end: Bumper by Street Scene SS
Back end: Molded rear bumper
Taillights: Shaved-in tailgate
Exterior bolt-ons: Street Scene mirrors
Performed by: Kustomwerx
City/state: Conroe, TX
Brand and colors: House of Kolor Sunrise and Sunset Orange
Performed by: Kustomwerx
City/state: Conroe, TX
Seats: Black
Material: Snakeskin
Dash: Painted and fiberglassed by Kustomwerx
Door panels: Wrapped in snakeskin
Center console: Cole Audio, custom-built
Flooring: Black
Headliner: Snakeskin
Steering wheel: Billet Specialties
Misc.: Interior striping by Pat Maxwell
Performed by: Interior supplies
City/state: Houston, TX
Special Thanks From Owner:
Kustomwerx, Rob Tucker, my wife Angel for all of her support, and everyone from Erratic in Houston.



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