The 411

Owner/hometown:
Cory Scott / Conroe, Texas

Year/make/model:
'01 Chevy 2500 HD

Engine/drivetrain:
6.6L Duramax diesel V-8 / Allison five-speed automatic transmission
By: General Motors

Rims:
Front & Rear: 22x10-inch Billet Specialties Titan 8, with 6-inch backspacing

Tires:
Front & Rear: 285/35R22 Nitto NT 555

Suspension:
Front: Custom upper and lower control arms / Firestone 224C airbags / KYB shocksRear: Custom four-link with wishbone / Firestone 224C airbags / KYB shocksAccessories: 1/2-inch Herion valves / 7-gallon air tank / Thomas 337 air compressorChassis: Custom step notch / custom transmission and carrier bearing crossmemberBy: Ekstensive Metalworks in Houston, Texas

Body Mods:
Trenz billet grille and Bow Tie / Street Scene mirrors / SnugTop tonneau cover / Infab Harley bars / shaved stake bed pockets and tailgate handle / custom ice chest in bed / custom cupholders on back of tailgate / factory bumper raised 1 inch, plated, boxed, smoothed, and painted / A-Affordable bedliner
By: Cory Scott of Kustom Werx Autobody

Custom Paint:
PPG Bahama Blue with custom orange and silver graphics
By: Cory Scott of Kustom Werx Autobody / (graphics) Pat Maxwell of Maxwell Designs

Interior:
Original leather seats / billet A/C knobs, column shifter, pedal, heater box cover, and accents on door panels / Nu-Image gauge face / several interior plastics painted / cowboy hat rack on headliner with custom-painted cowboy hat
By: Cory Scott of Kustom Werx Autobody

Audio/video:
Alpine CDA7893 head unit / Qwestar DVD player / 7-inch SAVV monitor in passenger side of dash / Boston Acoustics Pro Series 5 1/4 inch and 6-inch speakers in doors / Boston Acoustics Pro Series 3-inch and 1-inch tweeters in doors / four JL Audio W3 subwoofers in custom-made blow-through box mounted in bed / two JL Audio 500.1 amps for subs / JL Audio 300.2 amp for speakers
By: Cole Audio in The Woodlands, Texas

Club:
Negative Camber

Special Thanks:
Short Dog, his father, Scott Rupp, David Castro, Chris Gilbert, Brandon Lowe, Pat Maxwell, Bill Carlton, and the crew at Ekstensive Metalworks