Who: Donnie Kinton
Where: New River, North Carolina
What: '98 Ford F-150
While Donnie's hometown is Houston, Texas, he is currently stationed in North Carolina, protecting his country in the Marine Corps. His baby that he calls Kristin is a '98 F-150. The mods he has made to her are dual exhausts, a cold-air intake, and 22-inch Incubus wheels. For tunes, Donnie has added two 10-inch Alpine subs with a Pioneer Premier head unit with iPod and XM capabilities. Once he is able to return home, he wants to get in contact with the guys over at Ekstensive Metalworks and lay this F-150 roller out.
Who: Gary Harden
Where: Cusseta, Georgia
What: '67 Chevy C10
Gary Harden of Cusseta, Georgia, has fun going to truck shows all over and has received several awards for his efforts. We just wish that he sent us the list of modifications that he has done. From looking at the picture, it appears he has changed out the hood in favor of a cowl-induction style, cut in a sunroof, swapped the bed for an '88-'98 Chevy version, added a tonneau cover, changed the front amber marker lights for clear ones, and added what looks to be 20-inch wheels. The interior has been upgraded too, and even though it is harder to see, we can tell he traded the bench seat for bucket seats, swapped the steering wheel for a wrapped-style unit, and repainted the inside to match the exterior blue.
Who: Lee Sidbury
Where: Holiday, Florida
What: '97 Isuzu Hombre
If you have your own business, you know that image and first impressions mean a lot. Lee Sidbury of Holiday, Florida, sent us these pictures of his '97 Isuzu Hombre. Since Lee has gone into the automotive detailing business, his ride needs to look good. He has accomplished this with products from companies such as K&N, KMC, Falken, Belltech, and many more. On the inside, he started by painting some of the interior trim pieces, but as soon as Lee finds the time, he wants a full custom interior and banging stereo system.
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