The 411
Engine/Drivetrain:

'69 327 V8 punched 0.30 over / Edelbrock intake / 600cfm Edelbrock carb / "Double Hump" heads with 2.02 intake and 1.94 exhaust valves and hardened seats / .292 lift Edelbrock camshaft / polished crank / block hugger headers / Flowmaster mufflers / Accel distributer and coil / Muncie M-22 four-speed with Zoom clutch / stock driveshaft lengthened 4 inches / '67 Chevelle rearend with 3.36 gears fabricated to fit leaf springs
By: Owner

Rims:
Front & Rear:
15x8 chrome smoothies with 4 inches of backspacing

Tires:
Front:
205/15R75 with 3-1/2 inch Portawall whitewalls
Rear: 235/15R75 with 3-1/2 inch Portawall whitewalls

Suspension:
Front:
TCI Mustang II IFS / 2-inch drop spindles / 2-inch drop coils
Rear: Stock springs / homemade flip kit / homemade shock mounts / '74 Volkswagen Beetle shocks
Accessories: Homemade transmission crossmember / front disc brakes / new master cylinder / all new brake linesChassis: Boxed framerails / 15-gallon fuel cell relocated under bed with homemade straps and filler neck
BY: Owner

Body Mods:
Shaved mirrors, hood, and fender emblems / a lot of rust repair and time spent fixing body lines and gaps / Classic Industries bed wood kit, stained and cleared / inner fenders trimmed to clear IFS
BY: Owner

Custom Paint:
Two-stage PPG Royal Blue ('77 Porsche color)
By: Owner

Interior:
'90 Ford Ranger bench seat covered in black vinyl with 6-1/2-inch chopped backrest to clear rear window / homemade floor mounts / black carpet / black vinyl headliner / Sunpro tach, oil, and temp gauges / homemade 32-inch shifter with leftover piece of steel bent with a torch over the rear bumper of Kelly's work truck / Grant three-spoke steering wheel
By: Owner / DJ's Upholstery in Bowling Green, Kentucky (seat)

Audio/Video:
Kenwood head unit / Planet Audio 5-1/4 and 6x9-inch speakers / 150-watt Kenwood amp
BY: Owner / Total image Audio and Motorsports, Bowling Green, Kentucky

Club:
N/A

Special Thanks:
I would like to thank my daughters, Sydney and Jayna, for their excitement and the Petie nickname, which kept me motivated. DaRhonda, Mason, and Bryce, for the endless trial and error on the paint color. My parents, Richard and Diane, because after years of watching and helping dad paint cars, I guess I picked up something. On a final note, the truck is dedicated to the memory of my grandfather, Donald Parsley, who was very instrumental in making me a gearhead.