The 411

Owner: Jimmy Cox

Year/Make/Model: '94 Chevy Extended Cab

Engine/Drivetrain: '86 Corvette TPI engine mated to a Street Performance 700R4 gearbox; Engine Works geardrive and Jet Hot-coated exhaust manifolds; 2-1/2-inch pipes flowing to a pair of aluminized Flowmaster mufflers

Wheels/Tires: 18x7- and 20x8-inch Budnik Fontana wheels/225/40R18 and 225/35ZR20 Kumho tires

Suspension: front: Belltech drop spindles and Firestone airbags; rear: Ekstensive Metal Works airbag kit, Billy Bar rear two-link setup with 224C Firestone bellows and KYB shocks

Fabricator: Jimmy Wiser Suspension

Body Mods: shaved tailgate handle, taillights, antenna; the factory rear bumper was ditched in favor of a sleek AIM roll pan with custom LED brake lights; the stock hood was swapped with a Goodmark steel cowl-induction hood; billet grille insert; custom-made front bumper with an offset license plate box

Bodywork: Owner

Custom Paint: PPG Red

Painter: Rusty Cox of Dusty's Collision Center in Pocola, Oklahoma, laid the base and Bob Watkins did the airbrush work

Interior: '98 Tahoe all-power buckets wrapped in tan ultra leather; dashboard, steering column, center console, door inserts, seat tracks, and other various pieces received the royal Rusty treatment and were painted the same attention-grabbing red to match the exterior of the ride; Billet Specialties steering wheel; white face gauges to accent the smooth dash; ultra-leather sliding ragtop

Upholsterer: Tracey Morris

Audio system: Alpine CD head unit, Kenwood 4-inch dash speakers and 6-inch coaxial door speakers; two 18-inch Kicker subs are powered by a pair of 600-watt Phoenix Gold amps