We've seen Dillon Tomky's '97 Mazda B2300 consistently make the rounds and jumps at the ROR for a while now, so we delved a little further for the details. The stock four-popper and 5-speed manual tranny continue to motivate the standard cab chassis, which has been back-halved and 'caged by Dillon himself with the help of Josh Lucas. Sandidge Brothers Racing supplied the I-beams, radius arms, and the trailing arms for the rear suspension. Dillon and Josh set the rear upper links into place along with the rest of the 'cage work. "I didn't have enough money for a nice rearend and I was getting really anxious to drive it, so we used the stock 7.5" rearend with 4.10 gears. Surprisingly, it's held up to a year of abuse." The truck's near future includes a full engine cage, a built Ford 9-inch rearend and a sought-after SOHC Ford 4.0.