It's apparent that there are many more hours and painstaking details that make Mitch's truck a real rolling work of art and a Dodge fan out of just about anyone. Mitch wanted to make sure that his dad, brother Mark, Ken Rist, Kevin Bowman, and his biggest supporter, his wife Amy, (who also played a big part in color choices while politely declining lifting duties) were all very instrumental in getting the '71 finished on a level that Mitch could've only imagined before. We say hats off to everyone and let's see more Mopars!

Facts & Figures
Mitch Meyers
Brandon, South Dakota
1971 Dodge D100

CHASSIS FRAME: stock
MODIFICATIONS: Bowman real Hotrods, Brandon, sD
REAREND / RATIO: stock 8 3/4" / 3.91:1
REAR SUSPENSION: air ride Tech triangulated 4-link
REAR BRAKES: stock drum
FRONT SUSPENSION: Jim Meyer IFS
FRONT BRAKES: GM 11" disc
STEERING BOX: T-bird rack from Jim Meyer
FRONT WHEELS: Billet specialties Holeshot, 18x8
REAR WHEELS: Billet specialties Holeshot, 20x10
FRONT TIRES: Goodyear eagle rsa, 235/50/r18
REAR TIRES: Goodyear eagle rsa, 295/40/r20
GAS TANK: Tanks Inc.
DRIVETRAIN ENGINE: '75 454 Chevy big-block
HEADS : stock, iron
VALVE COVERS: Mooneyes finned aluminum
MaNIFOlD / INDuCTION: Holley / Holley 750-cfm
IGNITION: HeI
HEADERS: Parr
EXHAUST / MUFFLERS: 2 1/2" custom by Bowman
real Hotrods / Cherry Bomb
RADIATOR: custom polished German silver by Bowman
real Hotrods
TRANSMISSION: Turbo 350 w/manual valvebody