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As promised pics of Tiny

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by fontal, Jan 16, 2006.

  1. fontal

    fontal Newbie

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    As promised pics of a foreign K5
    It has Holly carb, Edelbrock intake, racing cam and Hooker headers.
    Is this any good?
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  2. K5er4Life

    K5er4Life 1/2 ton status

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    Nice looking truck, like the whole setup. Sometimes I wish mine was more streetable like that. So you can fit 33's on stock suspension! haha.
     
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    Are those lights mounted in the grille?? Not bad, I would see what axles and gearing it has. Give it a couple inches of altitude n add some 35" mudders, a locker in back n tear up the country.
     
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    muddybuddy 3/4 ton status

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    how do u like the hookers? im thinkin bout getin some. any clearance issues with them?
     
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    tomseviltwin 1/2 ton status

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    Nice! Must be nice to have 4x the engine displacement of all your nieghbors:laugh:
     
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    cbbr 1 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    K5 looks good. Its got to be an odd truck there.
     
  7. klurejr

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    cool!


    good to see product in foriegn lands..

    did you have the truck imported?
     
  8. fontal

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    Thanks for all the comments, The Hookers are great they were a little difficult to thread in to fit but once they are in there are no clearence isues,

    it certainly is an odd sight over here makes even a big 4x4 over here look small hence the name Tiny as it makes every thing look tiny.

    Tiny has actualy been on the island for some time around 10 years, before that I don't know when it was imported.
     
  9. midnitewarya

    midnitewarya Sounds like a problem for future me. Premium Member

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    Thats pretty cool. My 1991 v10 (K5) started it's life over there in the UK. My dad was stationed there just outside of Harrogate (about 40k from Leeds) and he bought it new Christmas 1990. Chevy shipped it straight to us. It was great driving it around. Dad even threw in a Dixie Horn to help the "Damn Yanks" image. I miss those days...

    Since then though (we moved back statside in '97), my K5 has been through Maryland, Georgia, Florida, Texas, Arizona, and California (I've lived all these places with it). When we were in the UK we chunneled it over to France, Germany, and Itatly. Got some great pics of the K5 in all those places, imo have my dad send some to me to post:wink1:.

    Al
     
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    How are things in the land of my ancestors? It surprising that there are not more large American vehicles over there.
     

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