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1987 Toyota & 1997 GMC Sonoma - April 2008 - Construction Zone

Xtreme 'Yota & S-Slammed

Ashley AlexanderApr 1, 2008
Owner: Dan Gilliland
Ride: '87Toyota extra cab longbed
Hometown: Escondido, California
Club: Xtreme Lowz
Wheels/Tires:
18-inch Equus wheels wrapped with Hankook rubber.
Suspension/Chassis:
23/4-inch body-drop, two Viair 480C compressors with Viair gauges, Firestone airbags, AVS sevenswitchbox, and rear cantilever suspension.
Body Modifications:
'93 front bumper and valance shortened to fit, everything shaved, suicide doors using factory jambs from another truck and reversing them, boxed and smoothed inside bed, billet gas door, billet grille, and billet mirrors.
Interior:
BAD billet steering wheel, MR2 seats, Alpine deck, and Kicker subs
Special Thanks From Owner:
Brian Jendro for all the time spent on the suspension, body-drop, and suicide doors. J.D. and Germain from The Street Rod Factory for shaving everything and finishing the bodywork to get it closer to paint.
Future Plans:
Paint, interior, chrome, and fuel injection.
Project Completion Date:
Summer of 2008.
Owner: John Consoli
Ride: 97 GMC Sonoma
Hometown: Seldon New York
Wheels/Tires:
18-inch Boyd Coddington Blasters with Fuzion ZRI tires.
Suspension/Chassis:
2-inch drop spindles, modified control arms, and KP Components six-link.
Body Mods:
3.25-inch traditional body-drop, shaved handles, third brake light, antenna, hood squirters, taillights, mirrors, Cali combo, caddy lights, smooth wiper cowl, 2-inch cowl hood, custom bed setup, and suicide doors.
Interior:
Smoothed and painted dash, billet rearview mirror, billet steering wheel, suede headliner, custom carpet, stock 60/40 seats cut down to buckets, six-disc CD changer, and Kenwood head unit.
Special Thanks:
To everyone who has helped out along the way, my neighbors for putting up with the long hours of grinding and cutting going into the night, and most importantly, my dad for teaching me everything I know.
Future Plans:
Fiberglass center console and door panels, a 350 motor swap, and finally get it painted.
Completion Date:
It's never really done.

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