This is my 1991 s10 we call Rooster. It started off life with me static dropped on 18s with a 2.5 in it and was supposed to be a “work truck” for me to drive back and forth to work I drove it to work 1 time and decided it rode like a wagon because the previous owner had cut alot of corners when they dropped it. So I brought it home and decided I was going to bag it… even though at the time I had never honestly seen a bagged truck up close. My first bag job on it was rough to say the least since I did it all by looking at pictures on MySpace. But with some help from guys on a the Kentuckyminis.com forum I tweaked and changed thing until it was a really reliable truck. Then while I was at Layd Out at the Park back in 2010, if I remember correctly, a friend and myself had a fairly intoxicated conversation about how to make a s10 stand out. The conversation came to the idea of a dually and I said well if we are goin to dually it might as well put a diesel in it also. And that’s how the Rooster was born. It has a Sterling 10.25″ drw full float rear end filled with Moser axles and Yukon gears. The front end has been converted to 8 lug as well and the truck currently sits on factory Ford 16″ dually wheels. We then did a custom frame to accomplish the Stock Floor Body Drop. We also converted from bags to a 2 pump 4 dump Hoppos hydro setup. The rear end is held in place by a custom 6 link setup, it and the frame were done by Bad Habits Customs. The engine is a Mercedes OM 617 turbo diesel. At this time I am going through the motor freshening up the fuel system and adjusting everything to get the truck running and driving. Soon it will make its way down to Vaughn Bros Customs for some more work on the firewall and floor then it’s on the a custom bed and custom fender flares. On the interior it will have a dash out of a ’48 Dodge Coronet and sheet metal bomber seats with a few other surprises along the way.