Let’s say that you’re the proud owner of an aging Chevy S-10 pickup truck. You can either sell it or give it away, or you can have some fun with it. The owner of this 1994 S-10 chose the latter, installing a GM crate motor (aptly labelled Frankenstein), gutting the interior and prepping it for the track, adding some racing slicks, and tuning the whole thing to “run with the big dogs” — according to a sticker on the back, among other things.
The entire GMT325-based truck looks like unrefined and unabashed fun, sounds like a freight train, and “may wreck or explode for no apparent reason” — according to another sticker, which might or might not add five horsepower.
Here it is doing a few test laps at the Pikes Peak International Raceway (PPIR) — not to be confused with the Pikes Peak Highway, home of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb — in Fountain, Colorado: