With our new Slam Specialties 'bags finally installed and doing their thing, we now had to tie up a bunch of loose ends, so forgive us if we jump around a bit as we make our way through this installment.
Having always loved the square body Blazer, Derrick picked up this ’89 GMC Jimmy and got to work. With the goal of building a feature truck in mind, Derrick wasted no time in turning this Jimmy into a neck-breaker.
"I live far from the truck scene", says Canadian resident Dennis Noland, "but I look forward to traveling to more shows to meet more likeminded people." He isn't kidding about being off in the deeps of the far away land.
Some of you may have been told, "you hit like a girl" or "you run like a girl", but what about "you build a minitruck like a girl"? Chances are you've never heard such a thing, but Jennifer Reynolds may have just coined the phrase with her take on Nissan's '98 Frontier.
Jim Chism approached me while he was looking to find a truck he could build. He knew he wanted to build a Tacoma, but he wanted something that was started but wasn’t too far along so he could finish it out on his own.
"I always knew that I was going to build a truck that sat on the ground. It just so happens that my first truck was a Mazda B2200, so I just kept on rolling with it until I was satisfied", Chris Ward told us.