Jevon Hebert’s 2000 Ford Ranger

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You couldn’t possibly go to a show and miss this Ford Ranger. It’s paint job screams for attention. Fixated on the graphics as you get closer, you realize that the bright cheerful paint job is loaded with air brushed skulls. This amazing paint job was performed by the talents of BS Kustoms, and Sean Burnley.

Other than the amazing paint job, this Ford Ranger features a custom frame from the firewall back combined with a 4-inch body drop to get rocker panels to the ground. The hood features a custom cowl to clear the stock 3.0L V6, and the front clip was updated to a 2007 model. The roof was modified with a 35″x40″ sliding ragtop, and it all rolls on 22-inch Player chrome wheels.

But that’s not all. Here is a run down of its modifications:

Owner: Jevon Hebert

Truck: 2000 Ford Ranger


  • 3.0 V6 painted with stainless accessories
  • Hydrabooster
  • Stainless intake
  • Electric fan
  • Full stainless exhaust


  • Slam Specialty RE7s airbags
  • Frenched in bag cups
  • Custom tubular control arms
  • Chrome off-road shocks in the rear
  • Asco 1/2-inch nickel plated valves
  • Stainless hard-line air lines
  • Stock-floor bodydropped
  • 2×3-inch custom built frame from the firewall back (fully smooth and painted)
  • Hand built four link

Wheels & Tires:

  • 22-inch Player chrome wheels
  • Hankook 255/30ZR22 tires


  • 2007 frontend conversion
  • 35″ x 40″ sliding ragtop
  • Polished aluminum fuel cell
  • Open bedfloor
  • Shaved handles, gas door, taillights, rear skin, fenders, and stake pockets
  • Street Scene mirrors
  • Body-dropped – stock floor to the rockers
  • Clear corners
  • Custom-built cowl hood
  • 10-inch clear LED taillights
  • LED 3rd brake light
  • Sikkens Sonic Blue paint


  • Tan two-tone leather seats
  • Door panels wrapped in tan leather and blue Ostrich
  • Custom-built fiberglass center console with gauges and switches
  • Hand-molded tan carpet
  • 35×40 Sliding Ragtop
  • Dakota Digital gauges
  • BAD billet steering wheel


  • Panasonic head unit
  • Rockford Fosgate amplifiers
  • Two 12-inch Pioneer subwoofers
  • Fiberglass sub box
  • DVD player
  • 8-inch in-dash TV

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As a Ford Ranger enthusiast who enjoys modifying my Ford Rangers for off-road use, I quickly discovered that there wasn’t any websites dedicated to the subject. So in 1999, I created What started as my own personal desire to help other Ford Ranger owners, has grown into a wealth of online information from numerous contributors. 20-years later, my commitment to the Ford Ranger, and the Ford Ranger community, is as strong as ever.