A post by @Dan Robinson a few years ago has me thinking. His point was that, due to websites being neglected and going offline, and the rise of social media, that a whole lot of storm chasing media (images/video) as well as chase logs in the crucial 1995-2009 time period has been lost. I concur with this assessment. While it's not the same as photos, videos, or chase logs, I have a slightly different aim to preserve some of storm chasing's flair, some of it's panache, if you will. I am a gearhead. I've always been a "car guy", and that extends over to storm chasing as well. Remember how intricate and awesome the classic chase rigs of the 1990s and 2000s were. Not to take anything away from the junkmobiles, tornado tanks, and soulless bone-stock car fleet out there, but those somehow don't stoke that weathernerd fire the way that the Third Wave did vehicle outfitting. That's what I'm making this thread for. Everyone, please, post your custom vehicle setups that you use. It's rare anymore to find chase archives preserved. It's even rarer to see actual photos and descriptors of chase rigs anywhere on the internet (outside of social media, which is evil). Sooner than anyone wants to admit, 2018 will be 1996.