Pickup build created by 78SWB, Jan 4, 2016
78SWB submitted a new Build:
'87 V20 Build
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Took it to work and put some hub caps on it.
Took the running boards and rear bumper off. Then put my CUCV grille guard on for shits and gigs.
Then took it to my buddy's work to power wash all the gray primer off. Looks a little better.
I have a friend that offered to buy it. May sell it, I don't know yet. If I do I will get something else.
My plans if I keep it:
4" front springs
Single stage desert tan
Gears might be mismatched?
Damn the brown looks so much better.
Always liked the brown/tan two tone. Nice score on the hydro 465 that happens to be surrounded by a running driving truck
Already looks eleventy times better then the day you picked it up.
Yeah. Haven't taken anything apart to look yet.
Should be able to plant one tire, spin the other (off the ground) and count the driveshaft revolutions.
I like that color scheme. I'm looking forward to this build.
Put it in 4x4 on the pavement, you`ll find out if the gears are matched with in seconds.
Rear fenders look like they can clear some 40s no prob...
Yeah what's left of it.
I like this guys thinking!
Looks way better after the washing.
can someone explain this statement to me? What is the meaning behind eleventy? Why does everyone say this?
It is a fictitious number representing a LOT. So, looks a LOT better.
No I get that. Let me rephrase. Why do people say it on this forum? Never heard it anywhere else.
I guess it's a little more widespread than you think. I'm on a guitar forum, and have heard it before.
It's a thing. lol.
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