When You Build A Bitchin Truck And Crash It, Do You Rebuild It With Less Concern For Crashing It Again?


When You Build A Bitchin Truck And Crash It, Do You Rebuild It With Less Concern For Crashing It Again?

When our boy Marcel first built the C10 known as Foxy, it was amazingly clean and sexy. A real “show and go” truck that had a look all its own. In a land of a jillion C10 builds, this one was different and cool but with a real nod toward the awesome history that Marcel had with custom street trucks. That was until he really started racing it. At first all was well. It performed well, was a hit at the track, and he was really starting to run it fast at events big and small. And then it got bit by a barrier.

To be fair I supposed that Foxy did the biting, because the barrier just sat there minding its own business, but when all was said and done there was a lot more damage to Foxy than anyone first realized. It was going to need a serious rebuild which sucked. Like most projects it sat and a million ideas were thrown around trying to figure out exactly what to do to it. For Marcel, the answer was clear, it needed to be even more bad ass than it was before, at least in the performance department. Everything else was optional, but this was going to need more serious power.

We can’t argue with that logic. Watch the video to see just what they did, and just how they added some more new dents during LSFest West in Las Vegas. Ooops.


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