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1994 Ford F-150 1981 Chevrolet C10 - Readers’ Rides

Jun 15, 2015
Photographers: Anthony Soos
Cleared For Takeoff
Who: Taylor Maddox
What: 1994 Ford F-150
Where: Laughlin AFB, Del Rio, Texas
Mods: Rough Country 6-inch lift, Dick Cepek DC2 wheels, Cooper STT tires, braided steel brake lines, original 4.9L inline-six with K&N air filter, smog delete kit, Super 50 Flowmaster exhaust with one 3-inch inlet into two 2.5-inch outlets that dump just over the rear axle, original five-speed transmission, limited-slip rearend with 3:55 gears, original paint, original front bumper with custom cut and welded pipe for a rear bumper, aftermarket billet grille with customized Ford emblem, Alpine head unit with door speakers and 6x9s in the back, custom sub box with two Kicker Comp 10s, entire cab is lined with Dynamat, bench seat has patches from his father's different deployments during his 23 years of service in the U.S. Air Force, toolbox in bed with a large assortment of tools, fire gear, and tow strap. "I have been working on this truck since I bought it when I was 16," Taylor says. "Next will be a crate motor and a 4x4 upgrade."
Photo 2/2   |   1981 Chevrolet C10 Front Driver Side
Squared Up
Who: Ken Grant,
What: 1981 Chevrolet C10
Where: Farmersville, Texas 
Mods: CPP tubular upper and lower control arms and sway bar Belltech suspension front and rear with CalTracs bars in the rear, Wilwood brakes, Chevy 427 stroker with Dart Little M block with AFR heads, custom Kooks headers, 700 hp total with 250 shot of nitrous, Howe aluminum radiator, electric Meziere water pump, MSD fully built 4L80E tranny with a full manual reverse valvebody with a trans brake and triple-disc Circle D converter, custom Strange Engineering 9-inch with a Detroit Locker, Centerline Wheels with Mickey Thompson tires, shaved door handles, fuel doors, tailgate, roll pan in place of both front and rear bumpers, truck was completely disassembled, soda blasted and painted inside and out GM Frost White, Flaming River steering column, and a custom cutout on bench seat holds TCI Outlaw shifter.
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