Over the years, the evolution of the rock buggy has become more apparent in the world of four-wheeling and rockcrawling. As with most action sports, people get tired of building up moderately equipped vehicles they have to drive to work the next day and instead search for something a little more extreme. In Tony Scott's case, he was looking to build a new rockcrawling rig that would satisfy his hunger for taking on the higher-level trails to which he was quickly becoming accustomed.
The creation of his new vehicle began at the doorstep of ThrottleDown Kustoms of Moore, Montana. The company's proven track record of building some truly unique four-wheel-drive vehicles from production to rolling chassis was more than enough to convince Tony he had found the right shop.
|Owner/Hometown:||Tony Scott |
|Transfer Case:||Atlas II 3.8:1|
|Front Axle:||Rockcrusher Dana 60 |
|Rear Axle:||Rockcrusher Dana 60 |
|Front Suspension:||Four-link, 16-inch |
|Rear Suspension:||Four-link, 16-inch |
|Tires/Wheels:||40x13.50R17 Goodyear |