No extensions are planned, heck- we're hillbillies so we like the mud going everywhere haha But because these arches have a square shape to them, I'm going to trim off a little bit of each one at the bottom, making the wheel appear perfectly centered in the opening. With all of the engine work/repairs that I'd done on this thing- it's SO quiet. I wish it had a big loud exhaust on it. The guy I'm building this one for? He's in his mid 60's! He wants the indicators mounted on the front wings, on top. Oooh Kaaaayy....
my absolute favourite american pickup is the L series. now with added 4x4 and oomph this would be my dream ski wagon near as damn it. how far out of my price range would something like this be?! what are you going to do interior wise? is it super difficult to make the duragno interior look retro or swap over anything from the original?
In order to make these things work properly, it needs to retain OEM Durango gauges, controls, switchgear etc.
I do them like this- to varied degrees depending on what they want. Ultimately these trucks end up getting a proper interior. Sometimes I trim them out "A LA Budget mode" and sometimes I leave everything hanging about like spaghetti and they take care of it themselves.
This Yellow pickup I'm doing, is somewhere between the two.
As far as cost of one of these? It is so widespread I couldn't begin to put a number on it.