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Two obvious and unique features of Williams' Chevy are the bedrail-mounted ammo can and the camouflage paint job. The ammo can is used to store trail essentials like fluids, U-joints, axleshafts, hubs, and tools. The paint job was applied by the owner (using a spray can, of course) and is protected by clearcoat. Other items of note: The Chevy's body has been lifted 3 inches to create more tire clearance, the bedsides have been modified, and a set of Bushwacker Pocket Style fender flares keep crud from the tires in check.