American RodderFebruary 2000
‘Ah, you know what looks good, Just build it.’ He just told me to make it look neat, so I put every trick I could dream of in it.” Read More
Hot Rod MagazineApril 2013
So we sent the El Paso, Texas-based car to the Adult Toy Factory. Located about an hour out of town in Las Cruces, New Mexico (or “Lost Causes” as owner Bob Nall calls it), the Toy boys do group-up street-rod and muscle-car builds and also sell mail-order parts. Nall assigned the fix to Ron Clapper, a former GM electrical technician and local Goodguys Rod and Custom Association rep. Read More
The ’56 Ford F-100 really stands out in its bright-yellow paintjob. Scott Eschenbrenner dropped the stance down by installing a Mustang II IFS setup that uses a Fatman cross-member and tubular A-arms. A Ford 9-inch is used at the rear with a four-link setup.
American RodderBest of the Best of 2000
1948 Chevrolet Pickup owned by Bernard Gans of New York, New York. Featured by American Rodder in the “Best of the Best of 2000″.
Custom Classic TrucksJune 2000
Bob Nall made many changes to his ’48 Ford F-1. The two-tone yellow uses the darker shade to start the flame pattern, and a fine lime green striping. The hood has been punched full of louvers, and the front was given a custom look with a round chrome lube grille and contoured bumper.
Custom Classic TrucksApril '98
Most of the work was done at The Adult Toy Factory in Las Cruces, New Mexico. All of the body seams were filled (front grille area, bed, and rear quarter panels). The fenders, hood, and cowl were louvered. The bed was tubbed and the floor was covered with diamond plate metal.