|Custom ducting runs directly to the front grill and forces air to the stock 1 barrel carb.|
|The rear frame rails are C-notched and a custom cross member kicks up over the rear axle and mounts air bags.|
[ED: AT THIS POINT, WE’RE GOING TO SWITC H THINGS UP AND DIRECT QUESTIONS TO PRIOR OWNER, ERICK ANDERSON, WHO ALONG WITH TODD BURTON OF MESA, ARIZONA'S LOWBOY MOTORSPORTS FULLY BAGGED STUART’S PUP.]
Erick Q#8: You lowered your Econoline long before Coby Gewertz, Steve Morris, or Steve Luckett -- the new breed of guys with fully slammed Econolines -- did theirs. How did you figure out the suspension?
|A series of fabricated tabs off the front axle mount the suspension components.|
|More of Todd's handiwork. Each piece was made form scratch.|
|Tucked up there above all the fabricated components is is a big electric fan to help keep things cool.|
Q#9: Can you tell us about the body work? From the pictures you sent, it looks like it had some very tasty work done on the rear roll pan and the rear corners. The tailgate looks pretty trick, too. Tell us who did the work, and about that
trick tail gate.
That boy’s got skills.
|The embossed type from the outside of the stock tailgate was used on the inside. Nice.|
|Note the tasty louvers. It's those little touches that make this Pup so boss.|
|I think this is perfection. The coolest Pup on the planet. There, I said it. Again.|
Q#10: What’s you favorite memory from when you owned the Pup?
We can’t keep ‘em all.