1991 chevy s10 bodydropped. It has a sbc 350 4 bolt main bore 0.40 over. With a big mutha thumper cam. Aluminum flow tech heads headman headers, victor jr high rise intake proform 650 carburetor proform high flow water pump billet specialties Serpentine belt kit manual steering box built 700r4 transmission full manual shift. All slam specialties bags ss6 in front and ss7 in rear. Michigan metal works control arms. 4.10 rear end with disc brakes and a spool. 20×8 and 20×12 rox edge wheels, thorbeck 5 link in the rear, 2 viair 444s 5 gallon tank, little larrys manual valves, dolphin gauges, bomber seats, stiched floor, 7 inch chrome brake booster, stainless steering colum, 7×3 led cree light bars for headlights, 85 s10 sierra dash, b&m hammer shifter, belltech drop shocks street fire ignition system, 4 core aluminum corvette radiator, two 9 inch fans, stainless butterfly valve intake, assault aluminum valve covers, 13 gallon spun aluminum fuel cell. 140 amp 1 wire chrome alternator. Bought the truck half bagged and half a bodydropp. Nobles Automotive in Lincoln Mo built the engine,transmission, firewall, floor and finished building the frame, Vannetta Fabrication (Midwest Customs) out of La Monte Missouri finished the bag set up and installed brackets for the compressors. 8one8 auto from Kansas City Missouri wired the entire truck, built the rear end, set the pinion angle, powder coated parts, tuned carburetor, set the timing, and fix all the odds and ends to make it run great. I helped out at every shop as much as i could. But working a full time job and being a full time student didnt leave me much time to do much. Friends and family did alot of motivating to get me to finish the truck. There were a few times i wanted to sell it and give up. Out of the two years ive owned the truck i have maybe 3 hrs of drive time in it. It sat at shops waiting in line or waiting on money. Its still a work in progress. I have alot of plans for it. Comer Designs is working on a rendering for me.