Reason for building: Mini truckin is my passion. How long have you been in the hobby? Since 2009 Who helped build your ride? Jon Lokey
Name of your ride: 99 Problems Why? 99 problems but a bitch ain’t one.
Engine: The stock 2.2L four cylinder is still in place. The internal parts have been beefed up to accept the power the turbo produces. Custom 3” mandrel bent piping shows the exhaust the way out. The tranny is a five speed manual.
Suspension: The frame has been C-notched by Michael and Jon. There are dropped spindles up front as well as a Throbros 3 link setup in the rear.
Paint: is PPG “Too Much White” painted by Joey Dickens of Nashville, TN Body Modes: A steel cowl hood makes room for the turbo. A billet custom grille replaces the stock version. A set of custom bumpers were constructed by Lokedog.
Interior: The dash is from a 66 GMC and filled with Dolphin gauges. A Forever Sleep steering wheel sits over a custom console and shifter Audio/Video: An Alpine head unit .gathers tunes and sends them to a Rockford Fosgate amp and then to a set of Rockford Fosgate and Alpine speakers. All the stereo equipment was installed by Michael himself.
Truck Bed: has been sprayed with balck bed liner.
Tires/wheels: 20” Smoothies wheels are home on all four corners. Tires are Lion Heart LH-003 P225/35R/20s