Truck Lowering Kits - Presented by Andy's Auto Sport
1 (800) 419-1152
Andy's Auto Sport presents a video about lowering trucks with components
that will help your vehicle look and handle its best. Follow along as we go
over the different components available to lower the average truck and make
our project Chevy C1500 not-so-average with lowering parts from Western
Chassis, wheels from American Racing, and tires from Nitto. We think you'll
agree that it looks tons better, and we're happy to report that it handles
like a dream now. From stock replacement parts to high-performance
aftermarket accessories, Andy's Auto Sport has what you need to get the
looks and power your vehicle deserves.
TOYOTA CRUISE HAWAII 2009
Toyota mini truck cruise SUNDAY JULY 12 2009...gotta be more organized next
time. lost everyone due to the shitty communication and routes
John's bagged 05 chevy colorado
2005 chevy colorado owner John Miller is also operator of Infamous Customs
and a cofounder of Infamous Toys car and truck club. This video was shot
over a six month time span.
The Inside Story on the New Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon - Autoline After Hours 259
All about GM's return to the mid-size truck segment.
- Tony DiSalle, VP, GMC Marketing
- Jeff Perkins, Exterior Design Manager, General Motors
- Jeff Luke, Executive Chief Engineer, Full-size & Mid-size Trucks, General
- Anita Burke, Chief Engineer, Mid-size Trucks, General Motors
- Tom Wilkinson, Chevrolet Truck Communications
All that and much more with John McElroy, Autoline.tv; Ken Gross, Playboy;
Frank Aukofer, Freelance Automotive Columnist.
Get more video everyday at http://autoline.tv
Colorado Speed - Running
This our Colorado Speed Project, and as you can see, it's almost done!
We're just tuning it now. Get ready SEMA because here we come!
Produced by JakeMedia
132789 / 1992 Chevrolet Stepside
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/6paro6s
Starting with what is arguably the best-looking truck in decades, this
short-cab stepside 1992 Chevy was given a comprehensive makeover. The base
color is vivid red, but there are so many layers of airbrushed graphics and
custom paint atop it, that it's hard to know where to begin. The flame job
is layered with white, yellow, purple, and orange licks, laid out in such a
way as to make them look three dimensional, yet traditional. You'll note
subtle ghost flames licking across the rockers, all the way back to the
rear valence, which houses a molded-in license plate frame. Look closely
and you'll be amazed by the amount of hand pinstriping used to outline the
flames and to add depth and detail to the graphics—there must literally
be hundreds of hours of work wrapped up in the finish alone.
Power comes from Chevy's evergreen 350 sporting a modified tuned port
injection setup. But the engine itself isn't really the story, it's just
there to move the paint job from show to show, and with that in mind, it's
beautifully rendered. Most of the hard parts that see some heat have been
chrome plated, but anything that wasn't chromed was painted in more of that
cool House of Kolor candy paint. It's also highly functional, with power
steering, power brakes, and A/C, all of which operate correctly and use a
newer serpentine belt system to keep everything spinning.
The engine is backed by a 700R4 4-speed automatic, which makes highway
drives easy, and it's tucked up tight inside the beautifully painted candy
purple pearl frame. The stock rear end is still there, but now it hangs on
a set of adjustable airbags and a custom trailing arm suspension, with the
rear end cover painted to match the rest of the suspension components. And
to complete the flame motif, a set of Colorado Custom billet wheels were
whittled up that look like flames themselves, and wear 18-inch performance
Aside from the dashboard and gauges, there's not a single stock component
inside this truck. The door panels are works of art, and the tan leather
buckets are as comfortable as they look. A custom center console was
fabricated to house a pair of cup holders, controls for the power windows,
as well as the head unit that controls a $10,000 stereo system. The bed
features custom molded panels to house all the stereo gear, including the
amplifiers and crossovers, a plexiglass window to show off the custom rear
suspension, and a matching spare tire.
Over the top? Maybe. But you can't argue with the workmanship, which is
simply phenomenal in every single way. With a build cost approaching
$100,000, this is not your average sport truck. Every facet of the truck
has been extensively modified, and even if you're not a custom truck guy,
you can definitely appreciate the massive talent that it required to make
this Chevy look this good. This is one of those vehicles that will stop
people in their tracks at any show it attends, and the engineering makes it
a machine that can be driven to shows, not trailered, giving you the best
of both worlds. In the world of customs, this truck is not only amazing,
it's an amazing bargain, too. Call, click, or visit
http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information and photos of this
jaw-dropping custom truck.