Bryant and Deanna Adams from Birmingham, Alabama, built this beautiful ’94 Chevy Silverado together with one thought—custom. The stock 350ci V-8 may have been stout enough for most people but not for the Adams. They wanted a little more go-go out of their showpiece so they fitted it with an Edelbrock carburetor, an Edelbrock manifold, and a set of polished underdrive pulleys. To allow the extra exhaust to escape they installed a set of Lowtech shorty headers and a set of 2½-inch pipes. To make the engine look as good as it sounds the Adams first painted the block Viper Blue and then installed a Billet master cylinder cover, an overflow tank, and wire holders, and just for fun they built their own stainless fan shroud. To get as much of that new power to the pavement the stock rearend was fitted with an Auburn Posi unit.

With the engine out of the way, Bryant and Deanna turned their focus on how low to go. After putting their heads together they decided that there is no such thing as too low. So the suspension was dumped in the front with 2-inch Belltech spindles and airbags, while the rear received a TCI four-link and airbags which did get the truck down to earth. The truck still didn’t tuck the 18-inch Center Line Thrusters enough for the Adams so it was treated to a 3-inch body drop by Twisted Customs in Gordonsville, Tennessee, which finally provided the altitude they were after.

With the truck so low, the bodywork now had to be addressed. The tailgate handle, cowl, antenna, and cab lines in the roof were all shaved and made ready for paint. The Adams also wanted the paint scheme for their rig to be different. “We didn’t want flames or checkerboards on our ride,” Bryant said. So with the talents of Spark Spartsman, the truck was given a set of one off graphics over PPG’s GTS Viper Blue.

The interior now had to be done, so the stock seat was replaced with a set of ’95 rodeo buckets, a custom console was built, and then it was all covered in electric-blue tweed and gray leather. Bryant and Deanna assembled this truck and we would have to say they definitely work well together.