(1995 Chevrolet S10)
(1995 Chevrolet S10)
Meaning Behind the Name
It’s the name that came with the truck. Honestly it’s fitting. I always wanted a magazine quality truck, never thought it would happen though.
What was the inspiration?
I bought the truck from a friend that was ready to move on to a new adventure.
How long have you been building?
I have been building cars and trucks for my whole life. My dad got me started at a young age helping him build his 1929 Model A.
Your future plans?
I would like to do new gauges, billet steering colum and possibly new engine and transmission.
The truck was first built by a guy named Jason Rice. Then mad it’s way to Shon Reece of Diverse Customs in South Carolina for paint. The was stretched to make it a extended cab long bed. Then a 4 1/2” body drop was done.
James Kerby for selling it to me. Shon Reece for the badass paint.
Too many to list.
Fully painted and detailed
Engine Add Ons
Header Chrome intake Aluminum radiator and electric fans.
Chrome or polish
8” brake booster and master cylinder
Full air ride Belltech 2” drop spindles Toxic shocks Slam specialties bags Chrome 50/50 four link. Viair Compressors. Smc Valves
Mods to Frame
Frame was stretched to fit the long bed. C-notched rear Fully painted
Jody Hall @ the drop shop in Pikeville Ky.
Drop or lift inches
4 1/2” traditional body drop
Toxic shocks painted to match truck
Bell Tech. 2” drop
50/50 all chrome
Slam specialties RE bags
Chrome, Paint, or Polish
Everything is either painted or chromed
Front Wheel Type
Rear Wheel Type
Front Wheel Size
Rear Wheel Size
Front Tire Size
Rear Tire Size
Ford Mustang Grabber Blue with blue pearl. The graphics has 17 different House of Kolor kandies
House of Kolor
Wood grain and flames and tribal and all kinds of craziness.
Shon Reece. @ Diverse Customs
Shon Reece and Jason Miles
4 1/2” traditional
4” goodmark cowl
Chrome 98 S10 with billet insert
Chrome 98 S10
Molded Sir Michael’s roll pan Shaved door handles, tailgate, gas door, antenna, and third brake light. Sliding rag top Caddy taillights Smoothed bed floor
Body Mods by
Shon Reece @ Diverse Customs
1963 Chevy C10 dash. Cut and smoothed to fit
Stock ( for now )
CFR Performance Billet steering wheel
Power acoustik PTID-7350NRBT
Crunch Powerzone PZ1200.4 &. Crunch Powerzone PZ2500.1
Crunch Powerzone 6.5” component mids. 12” Soundstream tarantula subs
Stereo Installed by
Subs and box by Shane Tant. Head unit by myself.
S10 seats with shaved headrests. Covered in tan ostrich and chocolate vinyl.
Trunk or Bed
Fully smoothed and painted bed.
Tan ostrich and chocolate vinyl throughout whole cab
DS Upholstery and Trim. Easley SC
1995 Chevy S10
Owned by: Derek Wymer
Photos by: Nick Means
Leave a Reply
You must be logged in to post a comment.