Sal Nicastro, of Dunmore, Pennsylvania, has been involved in some form of cars all his life. He even served a five-year term as Joe Amato's bottom-end man on Joe's Top Fuel dragster. A few years back, Sal had a pretty horrendous accident in his Eliminator dragster. It cost him in a lot of ways, but still his fire and desire for custom cars and trucks hasn't diminished. Nowadays Sal rocks this '71 Chevy truck. But, instead of keeping it stock, the wheels of motion have delivered a pretty rad custom truck. For starters, the top of the '71 has been chopped and the taillights have been ditched for late-model Cadillac taillights. Up front, the stock grille has been swapped for a custom tube grille, while a flame job sets the entire truck off. Keep at it Sal.