I love trucks! My show truck is a 1994 Chevy S-10 pick up. I brought it home in November of 1993 right off the assembly line with the intention of making this a show-quality vehicle. Not to be confused with the ZR2 package, we put on a Trailmaster 4" suspension lift and then a 3" body lift. Other items that have been added include: 15x7 American Racing Rims, 33x10.5 Cooper tires, Dee Zee running boards, Lund racerback, Lund moonvisor, Lund shadow wiper cowl, Interceptor hoodshield, Rebel Liners spray-in bed liner, Bushwacker fender flares, GT Styling headlight and taillight covers, Neon Affect red neon tubes, glass etching on the windows, reflective pinstriping, and holographic window tint just to name a few things. I had a new cam shaft installed in the engine too for more horsepower, along with swapping the gear ratio. I've been showing this truck since 1994, been in 46 competition shows and have won 39 trophies, 13 of which are first place and one for Best Customizing. My truck has also been in two truck magazines several years ago.

My little tricked-out truck.

I installed a new stereo in 2007.

Neon lights and reflective pinstripping help show it off at night.

Some of the etched glass I did on the truck.

You can see the holographic tint in the picture.

Always stuff to work on and modify!

My newest toy is a 1973 Cadillac Superior hearse/ ambulance combination. I've always wanted one since high school and I finally bought one! There are only 202 of the combos made in '73 (1001 total made of all the models) and has about 47,000 miles. This car weighs about 3 ton and is 24 feet long, complete with a 472ci V8. I've taken her to several shows and had a lot of fun with this car. Works well for camping too- just add a mattress in the back and we're all set!

Nothing rides like a Caddy!

Interior of the back with two jump-seats. The bar on the left is to hold the gurney in place when used as an ambulance.

This is the interior of the 1971 model I had before. Went out camping for the weekend.

Driving through Mt. Hope Cemetery in Rochester with some friends from our hearse club. Beautiful place with beautiful cars on a beautiful afternoon.

Here are some other trucks I've had over the years. I've always loved trucks since I was a kid, probably stemming from Tonka toys and Hot Wheels cars. I even wanted to be a truck driver back in school, but I decided to pursue biology instead. However, my love for vehicles never stopped.

I had a 1998 S-10 for a little while.

Back window of my '98 S-10. I did some experimenting with window tint and it seemed to have worked out fairly well. I had blue flames on the side at this point to match.

2004 Ford Ranger that I had.

Second set of graphics on the Ranger. Apparently I have a thing for skulls and flames.

2005 Chevy Blazer that I have now. Yeah, I can't leave my trucks alone- dragon graphics and matching decal on the hood too.

2007 Toyota Yaris, my daily driver. I guess I picked the wrong vehicle to go mudding around in.