Owned by Dion Giuliano of Kal Koncepts, The "Last Look" has been called the most photographed minitruck of all time. Check out the next few pages of never before published build photos, and promo pics of this highly modified 1986 Toyota, that changed the way minitrucks were built, and graphics were painted.

Check out the carbon fiber 4-link cover. Dzues fastened in the back, this cover also dubbled as a sign board when the rear suspension was exposed at shows. Notice the "Godfather" style Kal Koncepts/Air Syndicate logo in the rear. The letters are actually the exposed carbon fiber. As you can see the graphic extended throughout the entire truckbed.
Doug DeBerti at Trenz custom made us this full phantom grill for the toy. The front bumper is a modified Toyota 4WD bumper that has been welded solid, smoothed, and another grill incorporated into the opening. From this pick you can barely see the pre-runner style rollcage mounted shocks. This truck had a full workable suspension along with the airbags. Ahead of its time in 1995. See how the valance was painted, but the "Last Look" was left in CF. We purposefully used little if any chrome on this truck as a statement to a number of current vehicles that were basically stockers with paintjobs, and rims, and chrome. The "Last Look" was definitely the "Anti-Bolt-On" kustom.
Even the headliner was kustom Carbon Fiber. How many people do you think scoped out this truck, and ignored the painted/molded headliner, with the stretch face murals. The Konji letters in the head liner spelled out "The Last Look". At least Craig was pretty sure it did,...He spent a lot of time with a Japanese dictionary. We got pretty close,...heheeh.

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