Road Treasure Part 4 (Slideshow)

Building The Foundation

April 2013 Build Brady L. Kay

The 6.6L Duramax earned its Road Treasure name because its owner enjoys risking his life in traffic as he goes after those items on the side of the highway that have fallen off another vehicle. He's been doing this for years and now has an impressive collection of coolers, motorcycle helmets, tools, ladders, CD cases and just about everything else you could imagine. Although he has several hobbies, his wife Kris will confirm that one of them without a doubt is scouting for road treasure.





In the last installment of this build, Dave hooked up with Terry Thain, the owner of Moonlight Diesel in Logan, Utah, to give his build a much-needed lift.

Read about the finishing touches of the "Road Treasure" in the May issue of Diesel Tech. You can find all the information you want about this portion of the build beginning on page 32.

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