Pro Puller: Dallas Sampey, SICK Garage, Baton Rouge, LA

“We use Pull-A-Part to make dreams come true.”

Dallas and his service dog Roxy. Pull-A-Part welcomes certified service animals and their owners.
Dallas and his service dog, Roxy. Pull-A-Part welcomes certified service animals and their owners.

Dallas Sampey, Baton Rouge, LA – Say I Can’t Kustoms

Home yard: Pull-A-Part Baton Rouge

Customer since: The day we found out it was open

The front subframe includes suspension and steering components in one bundle, making this a one-stop shop for Dallas's project. All cars on display are elevated on stands for convenience and safety.
The front subframe includes suspension and steering components in one bundle, making this a one-stop shop for Dallas’s project. All cars on display are elevated on stands for convenience and safety.

About SICK Garage: We’ve been open for six months. We do a lot of research, see what someone’s used on their projects, and see if we can use parts to adapt to our project. If someone’s used it on a Mustang, why can’t we use it on a ‘76 Ford Pickup?

Today’s project: We’re getting the K-member front subframe out of a 2005 Lincoln Town Car and we’re going to transplant it into a 1976 Ford Pickup. We’re putting a big block in it. Using this subframe kills three or four birds at the same time.

Why Pull-A-Part: Pull-A-Part is the closest yard to us. There’s only been one time the yard didn’t have what I needed. Pull-A-Part is the most organized: other yards aren’t marked, and you really have to scout to find what you need over there.

Ongoing project: the latest photos of SICK Garage's '76 Ford Pickup build.

Ongoing project: the latest photos of SICK Garage’s ’76 Ford Pickup build.

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