my 94 body dropped Nissan

by Robert (skittles) miles
(Catawba NC)

My custom 94 Nissan as an already customized truck. It had a lot of problems... The entire first year was fix, fix, fix. That December, in 2006, I took it off the road and wanted to redo the bed. Its now Jan, 2010 and I'm almost done. I re-did all front bag brackets and did a square tube back-half. I trashed the stock frame work, bags on bars and new four link. I shaved the air vent and molded the dash together on the interior. On the exterior, I shaved the doors, tailgate, gas door, emblems, antenna hole, wiper squirters and third brake light. I Frenched in the license plate box where the tailgate handle was. The most difficult thing was going to shows with out my truck. The most cost involved was fixing someone else's crappy work. A word of advise if you build a mini truck or a bad-ass ride; put a fuse in your power wires because it will save you big time and money trust me. What inspired me was my first Pebble Pushers' src8pfest show back in 2002.

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Jan 02, 2010
Custom Nissan Hardbody Minitruck
by: Adam Ferguson

That's one of the best looking Nissan Hardbody I've seen in a long time! Thanks for positing it in my site! You word of advise was spot on. You should always fuse your power wires to avoid catching something on fire! See you at Scr8pFest 13!

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