Hot Rod Bikes
Cool Cargo
The Hot Rod Bikes Dodge Dakota Quad Cab, coated in midnight black with hot lick graphics, was constructed by Jim Dalton of Hot Rod City. External modifications include a Sir Michael’s roll pan, a Trenz grille, and Boyd’s wheels shod in low-profile Goodyear tires coupled with a low-down Air Ride Technologies suspension.

A full Flowmaster exhaust flows from the Magnum V-8 engine to compete with the full-on sound of a Precision Power Stereo-engineered audio system which centers around Clarion components.

With a truck this hot, you gotta haul something equally cool. Big Dog Motorcycles’ John Nasi built the Big Dog Bike. Centered around the new for 2000 Big Dog Wolf, the bike features a Daytec two-inch stretch frame. For power, the bike relies on a Total Performance Engineering 107ci 45-degree V-Twin. For clean styling and awesome looks, Nasi chose Performance Machine Trespasser 18-inch wheels with Performance Machine in-rotor brakes. A Legend Air Suspension keeps things downright comfy for this ultimate custom bike.

Hunting Magazine
In Pursuit
Hunting Magazine’s Dakota Quad Cab is dubbed “The Pursuit.” Featuring a four-inch Rancho lift kit installed by Four Wheel Parts Wholesalers, The Pursuit goes where four outdoorsmen need with ample space for hunting dogs, rifles, and their trophies.

The paint was accomplished by Al Martinez Auto Body while the camouflage trim was applied by Trim Line. Roll bars and nerf bars were formed by Genuine Steel.