"A True Automotive Enthusiast Knows No Automotive Discrimination" Hello to all Cardomainers! My name is Scott, I'm 31 years old from Endicott, NY and this is my 1995 Chevy S-10 (Lowrider/Custom Modified). I purchased my S-10 used in June of 2000 from Botnick Chevrolet for $9,995.00. The prior owner was a 60 year old gentlemen and he took such excellent care of the truck, not one scratch, dent or rust. The mileage on the odometer when I bought the truck was 14,400. For being a 15 year old truck, the odometer still has less than 40,000 original miles, how sick is that? After owning the truck for a year or so, I got introduced to Lowrider/Mini-Truck Scene by a great, personal friend of mine Jason Rozelle. Jason owns a 1997 Ford Ranger Extended Cab Lowrider/Mini-Truck. I loved all the custom work Jason had done on his truck, so I inquired with him to help me customize my truck. Slowly but surely, I started forking out money for mods and the customizing process began. I started out with some basic add-ons like: fiberglass tonneau cover, neon lighting, headunit, pedals, aftermarket 18'' wheels, custom cat-back duel exhaust, euro tail lights, just to name a few. Three years later I decided to park my S-10 in the winter, so I ended up purchasing a 2003 Saturn L200 (which I no longer own), so I was ruining my truck from the salt that New York loves to cake the roads with. I got in touch with Jason (Team Imagination In Motion) which is a club I belong to and is also a business that he owns. The modifications I wanted were going to require a lot of money, time, thought, and long hours. All the modifications were paid for by ME only me, plus not to mention income taxes helped out a ton. I even took out a small loan just have the stereo system built. The ideas that went into the build are a combination of my my own and Jason's. My S-10 is no longer a daily driver, its brought out from May to October for Carshows, SPL Competitions, or Cruise-In's which I love doing. Being in the Car/Truck hobby is very expensive, rewarding, and a ton of fun. Once you catch the "modding bug", your hooked and there is no stopping. If it wasn't for my father taking me to carshows as a child, and being my sole influence, I don't know what I'd be doing. (Thanks Dad!)After 3 long years and waiting for the modding process to be completed, here is what I had done. Please feel free to comment on my S-10, and rate my ride as I will do in return. I will be more than happy to answer any questions anyone may have. Thank You!