Updated Pic above... My page is all outta order now. History is below if you care to read. Just wanted to add an update since it's been a while. Recently done:New Cat, new glass lift struts, new Monroe shocks all the way around with Calamini Leaf spring 1.5" lift in rear and 1" torsion bar lift in front, grille gaurd, 15inch steel rims with 31x10.50 all terrains, thule roof rack with 2 bike mounts, thule spare tire rack, custom tool box mounted on swing gate, rear mud flaps, My�name is Marshall, but people call me Mac.� I started buying, customizing, playing with, and then selling 4x4's in 2000.� Since then, I have built up nearly one each year.� I buy inexpensive 4x4's that I feel have potential, restore them to factory specs and "new" condition, then ad things like body armor, small lift if nessesary, over size AT's, engine performance, sound system, and creature features.� I haven't listed all of the modifications to the vehicles you see listed here, because I did not catalog or photograph everything.� I only recently decided to start�documenting�this, and will be more detailed from here out.� One thing I can tell you, is that all of my vehicles get a new stereo right out the gate.� I gotta have my tunes.Also, I don't do huge lifts and super swampers on my vehicles.� The only thing that is good for is "mudding".� No offense to those who don't know any better, but if you think you have to have super swampers to have a serious 4x4, then you have a lot to learn about offroad driving.�� With that said, I don't lift more than 3 inches on my rigs, wich is the highest that� most will go without needing to modify the steering and brake lines.� It allows for plenty of clearance, larger tires, and better flex with upgraded suspension, without making the vehicle top heavy, compromising the steering, and creating the need for longer weaker arms and stabalizers.� With that lift, the right body armor, recovery system, and some off road driver skill, most 4x4's will be capable of completing the Rubicon trail or Slick Rock trail, both well known. Pics of the Rubicon trail being traversed by rigs built right, and even some stock, can be seen here: http://www.rubicon-trail.com/Rubicon/rubicon_pictures.htmlThis is my current Project, a 1995 Isuzu Rodeo.� I don't work with full size rigs much, but the price was right.� I aquired this one for $500 initially.� I did have to put a new clutch, starter, battery, radiator cap, plugs, and some hoses in just to get it on the road.� And, I spent 4 hours cleaning the interior of dirt, lots of mold, and garbage.� But, at 120k miles, it has lots of potential.� And, I will continue to update with images as I go along.�The first two things I did, were to find fender flares and a nicer console.� I pulled a set of chrome flares off of a wrecked 96, and took the console from a 2000.� The console from the newer Rodeo is a bit wider and shorter.��But, with a small carpet patch in the rear, and some plastic fabrication in the front, adds 4 cup holders and two coin holders or button blanks, and a larger storage box.� I also added a set of 55watt Halogens temporarily.� They'll be moved or removed when the front end gets moded.