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Old 11-17-2018, 10:05 AM
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Can I have the blazer back.....
 
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Default 1986 K5 Blazer..score

Square body Goodness acquired my friends.
99,000 original miles.
New Rancho 6" lift.
1300.00 US....score.
Ditching the new style wheels and tires. Slot mags and Swapers a must. Maybe some baja claws in the 38" size.
Plan on a Bumpy bed liner paint job....you betchaa.
Anywho...couple pics.
Enjoy and thanks for the peeps...more soon on it.
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Old 11-18-2018, 06:53 AM
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Nice! Man...where do you get all these deals from?




Cheers mate nice to see you popping in...! For a second I thought you meant a tiny truck...lol!
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Old 11-19-2018, 10:56 PM
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Sweet find and the price just awesome.

The wheels will look so much better then what’s on it now.

Glad to see you still coming by.
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Old 11-20-2018, 06:40 AM
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Nice! Man...where do you get all these deals from?




Cheers mate nice to see you popping in...! For a second I thought you meant a tiny truck...lol!
Trin trin...
Thanks, Ive been lurking about.
Super sad to see only a couple people logged in and the site so slow no doubts.

I come across some sweet deals no doubts doing what I do for a job.
This one was actually hid walking distance from my residence.
Ive known about it for awhile, just had to wait till the time was right and the new wore off it ..ahahahahaa


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Sweet find and the price just awesome.

The wheels will look so much better then what’s on it now.

Glad to see you still coming by.
Thanks my friend.
Do you know how hard it is to find 35-12.50- 15's now aday's ahahahaa
Even all my 4x4 junkie friends have none and all are running the big wheels now.
Tires are going to be expensive...Will have to buy new...buggars.
Since I have to go that direction.
I'll be going with some "bajaClaws" mostly likely. maybe in the 36" to 38" varieties.
In the mean time..
Hope to get some Bumpy paint applied this weekend.
See what transpires shortly.

Thanks again guys.
Very appreciated.
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Old 11-24-2018, 07:19 AM
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Can A guy have too many blazers ?
Todays jurneys...
Go get 3.....yes 3... Freebies... 1980's S10 Blazers..ahahahaha

Maybe a V8 swap in the new future for one LOL

Also food for thought.
Might stick the 61 panel on the Full size Blazer chassis...hummmm.
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Old 11-24-2018, 09:34 AM
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Can A guy have too many blazers ?
Todays jurneys...
Go get 3.....yes 3... Freebies... 1980's S10 Blazers..ahahahaha

Maybe a V8 swap in the new future for one LOL

Also food for thought.
Might stick the 61 panel on the Full size Blazer chassis...hummmm.

3 ?? Yep....you can definitely have to many blazers....! time to start letting buddy.... you know what they say... if you love something... set it free....lol! Nice ta see ya back ole buddy!!
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Old 11-25-2018, 08:51 AM
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Thank Trin Trin
Doubt I'll be doing the Panel on blazer chassis now..A friend caught wind of my Idea's...ahahahaa
He wants to trade 1972 Elcamino… In fantastic running driving shape for the project panel...

Hummmmmm
It may just happin.
I like Camino's..72 is pretty cool. Muscle car material to boot.

I think the panel would be worth more once restored though...
Ohh the dilemma's...lol
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Old 11-25-2018, 11:16 AM
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Thank Trin Trin
Doubt I'll be doing the Panel on blazer chassis now..A friend caught wind of my Idea's...ahahahaa
He wants to trade 1972 Elcamino… In fantastic running driving shape for the project panel...

Hummmmmm
It may just happin.
I like Camino's..72 is pretty cool. Muscle car material to boot.

I think the panel would be worth more once restored though...
Ohh the dilemma's...lol


An Elky ???

Does it look like any of these?

3AAF8CC6-E5D1-4729-B972-20472D2508AF by Preston Lalan, on Flickr

9D8ED8DD-E98E-45D0-97B8-0E5405786588 by Preston Lalan, on Flickr

BEB93BD8-B66B-44F6-8479-DF52E58141CC by Preston Lalan, on Flickr



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Old 11-26-2018, 02:17 PM
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man you have some luck going on there. It's your call either way but unless pictures are really deceiving that K5 looks way too nice to chop up for chassis. Plenty of rusty\rolled or dented up trucks out there for swap candidates.
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Thanks Guys
@trin trin..
You have sandman on the brain still....ahahaha
Camino looks like this one.
I passed on deal though. Panel will be worth more, plus it's just different.
And....theirs sumthin women like about a pickup man...ahahahaa


@Taco
I know right...It's in fantastic shape.
Was an old mans ride for sure. Never seen mud...
I'm still wrestling with doing the body swap though. Because of all the factors of being in great shape.
See what happens this spring and early summer.
For now...it's my weekend warrior.
I seriously need some 373 gears..the 342's suuuuuuck ! haaa
way to tall with the 35 inch tires.
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The Elky looks sweet for sure, but I do love me my panel wagons and two door version as well...aren’t those called a ‘shooting brake’?
I think the panel will look more badass and unique when it’s done..air bagged with some nice vintage looking tires and wheels!!
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