What was the inspiration?
I wanted to build something unique. You don't see a lot of bagged and bodied Dodge Dakotas.
How long did it take you to build?
I've been working on it since 2005. I don't know if it will every really be finished.
How long have you been building?
Your future plans?
Drive it and enjoy it. . . oh and a turbo.
It was finished once and then I was rear-ended. I took that opportunity to two-tone the truck and add the gold leaf & pin-striping.
All the family and friends who have supported me and my expensive hobby through the years.
Dodge 3.9 V6 1993
Dwight ported & polished throttle body. Headers Cold-air intake
Chrome or polish
Chrome intake & valve covers
8 3/4 Chrysler
Back-halved with a parallel four-link and cantilever set-up.
Myself and friends
Drop or lift inches
8" + drop
Chrome, Paint, or Polish
Front Wheel Type
Rear Wheel Type
Front Wheel Size
Rear Wheel Size
Front Tire Size
235 x 30 x 19
Rear Tire Size
235 x 30 x 19
Lime Light & Cool Vanilla
24k gold leaf accents and custom pin-striping.
Owner and Bob Titchenal (Uncle)
68' Dodge Superbee
Old chrome Dodge emblems
Shaved door handle, wiper cowl, firewall and tailgate. Cadillac tail lights Wood bed floor
Body Mods by
Owner & Bob Titchenal (uncle)
2000 Dodge Stratus - painted to match
Stereo Installed by
Custom extended chrome with beer tapper
Hyundai bucket seats
Trunk or Bed
Wood bed floor
Dark tan leather with ostrich inserts.
Denny Paynic & Jeff Jones
1993 Dodge Dakota
Owned by: Joe Titchenal
Photos by: Chris Gosda
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