The Dominos Will Fall and That's a GOOD Thing!
We have all been there. You start a project, any project really and you are just going to make one small tweak. But when you make that tweak you see the chance for a quick change but since you are making a change you might as well make a couple more since you've already started the project. And then before you know it, one thing leads to another, to another, to another and so on and before you know it your project has gone the way of that game - you know that game - dominos. And so was the genesis of the latest creation out of the Strange Motion shop appropriately dubbed Domino'd. This beauty was unveiled at SEMA this year and is now parked on our SEMA Super Star list.
This C10 started out as a daily driver resto project you know just fix it up so we can use it every day and well - to beat it to death, the project Domino'd into a SEMA stunner. Tim Strange and the gang at Strange Motion Rod and Custom pulled out all the stops for his SEMA standout. This amazing '68 C10 is sitting on a full custom chassis and as all daily drivers should have a performance tailored Pro Tour suspension, to me it seems the AutoCross is calling this trick truck. And a first for Mr. Strange, Wildwood brakes with the Aero6 calipers, cause when you're driving around town/the AutoCross all day you need to know you can stop! There are almost too many mods to count on this baby. To name a few; it has a lengthened hood, 3/4 inch chop and a rear wing. The LS powerplant makes over 700 horses, again AutoCross anyone? Add to that a sweet 55 chevy truck dash, a roll cage, the most incredible truck bed you've ever seen and just a couple more "tweaks" and there you have your daily driver that Domino'd into a SEMA worthy show truck and the next ride on our SEMA Super Star Winner list.
Cast an eyeball Kats and Kittens and see what happens once that first "Domino" falls.
We've got a couple of more SEMA Super Stars on deck, I told you this was the show that jsut keeps on giving, and then you won't believe what's up next.
Til the next time - Keep on Kruzin!