Air Bagged 1985 Chevy C10 Truck dragging on the body - Built by WCD Fabrication
Air Bagged 1985 Chevy C10 truck that lays on the body. Lots of fabrication
has been done to this sick truck. Here are some of the details.
Motor has been raised 1" and brought forward 2". Firewall was not modified.
Lower part of the frame has been cut off and reinforced.
Airbags front and rear.
Shocks mounted though the A-arms.
Mustang steering rack.
Air tank and valves have been mounted below the bed.
Engine driven compressor is mounted in place of AC compressor.
Bed floor has been raised up to clear the C-notch and four links.
Fuel tanks have been shortened for extra ground clearance.
8.75" lift in the front and 7.75" lift in the rear.
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**Filmed and edited on an iPhone4 using iMovie
1965 VW Squareback with buried speedo
In board my friend Caps 1965 VW Squareback.Hit 116 mph in one pass and
buried the speedo doing 120 mph in another.1914 cc, Cb Performance 044
Heads,MSD Ignition, FK10 Cam,Pauter 1.4:1 ratio rockers, Exhaust is custom built by Cap using a Corvette
Delicious Candy Blue SMD Escalade Bagged on 26's (Update 6) Blacked Out
The weekend is here and i decided to snatch up Chickens Caddy from the
paint shop (Autobody Workshop, Sacramento, California) for a few days to
get it all put back together again. Since you have seen it last, i added
brand new LED Tail Lights, tinted Headlights, and got the door panels and A
pillar's back in place. Roy Devore, the man responsible for laying down
the Candy, also shot the tail lights for me with a blend of clear with
black. It worked out great! After i got the system up and running, i
called Mike at Tint 2k in Sacramento to come by and black out the windows.
We ended up going with 5% all the way around on the 4 doors (i previously
did the rear 3 myself) and 30% on the windshield. He wont drive this too
much so its fine. Its fine anyway, its not as dark on the inside as it
looks. You can see fine. Anyway, i just thought i would show you guys how
this thing is turning out and what it looks like in the California sun. I
still have work to do, i am adding Ridetech Titanium Shocks on all 4
corners starting next week. I also have a few nick nacks to handle and it
should be ready to finally go home!
Just in case you didnt know what those amps in the back are, they are 2
Rockford Fosgate T15k Amplifiers. There is 8 Fi BTL 18's and all Rockford
Fosgate Mids/highs. Windows PC 10.2" Touchscreen and more....basicly the
It is sitting on custom one-off, staggered 3 Piece Wheels by AZA (
http://www.azaforged.com ) wrapped in Pirelli P-Zero 295/25/26" Tires.
Upoholstery is by Sean Kat, Kat Kustom Interiors Sacramento. I did some of
it myself, but the stitching was all Sean Kat.
Brakes by Wilwood: 16" Rotors 6 Piston calpers front , 14.5" 4 Piston
Paint of course by Roy Devore Roy@autobodyworkshop.com if you have any
The song used in the end is by Dee of Hallway productions - he just dropped
his mix tape the other day. It is available for download here
Hallway productions has been down with SMD from day one so do me a favor
and hit up their channel at http://www.Youtube.com/HallwayProductionz and
Last but not least, if you want to see this caddy built from the ground up,
visit my website at http://www.SteveMeadeDesigns.com/board
a direct link to THOUSANDS of pictures of this hoopty being tore down and
rebuilt, click here
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