1994 Chevy Silverado Z71 Extended Cab 4x4 - Roar Of Thunder
MTX Car Audio's Cool Z-71
Photography by Skip Baker
A truck of this magnitude would not be complete without a full interior upgrade. As we have previously mentioned, one of the main reasons Mark built his truck was to promote MTX components. After one listen, everyone wishes they had a system like this. Between the flip-down TV monitor, the Panasonic head unit, the two massive MTX amplifiers, and the MTX Pro Series speakers, all we can say is that Mark's audio system is definitely the highlight of his rig.
To further denote the customized cockpit look and feel, custom-milled aluminum dash inserts, foot pedals, and the steering wheel were replaced. Completing the interior is a pair of custom-stitched floor mats that bear the MTX logo.
By building a truck that definitely meets and exceeds anyone's standards for how a truck should look and perform, Mark Schleipfer and his Z-71 have given new meaning to the concept of product marketing.
|Make/model ||: ||'94 Chevy Z-71 Extended Cab 4x4 |
|Owner/hometown ||: ||Mark Schleipfer/Marble Hill, Missouri |
|Engine ||: ||5.7L Chevy V-8 bored |
|Aspiration ||: ||600-cfm Holley carburetor; Offenhauser |
|manifold; Hooker headers and Turbo exhaust |
|Transmission ||: ||4L60E |
|Suspension ||: ||6-inch Dick Cepek Suspension kit; Rancho |
|torsion bars; Dick Cepek Race Series shocks |
|Wheels ||: ||15x12-inch Weld Racing |
|Tires ||: ||33x12.50R15 BFGoodrich Radial Mud Terrain |
|Additional features ||: ||Dual Optima Batteries; Warn 9,000-lb winch; |
|PIAA lights; Edelbrock headers; Gibson |
|after-cat exhaust system; MTX audio system; |
|Harwood cowl-induction hood |
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