Discussion in '1969-1972 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by RustyParts, Nov 19, 2005.
Finally got floorboard on drivers side finished.
Before and after pics.
Wow.. clean... .
Thanks, Fellow members for the kind words. Soon as I get my retirement check it's off to the passengers side.
That's an extreme makeover that is worth seeing.
WOW! Amazing work. I was just pricing up all the sheetmetal patches I need to make the repairs to mine. Only $400 worth not including the windshield frame I already bought. I just hope my repairs look like THAT when I am done.
I'm sure they will, measure twice cut once.
Very nice!! Can't wait to see the other side. What other modifications are you gonna do?
Right now all I want to do is replace all of the body rust. I've rebuilt the transmission (turbo 350) with a B&M overhaul kit programmed for heavy duty and machined the clutch housings to add extra clutch plates. Rebuilt the 205 transfer case. The engine is scheduled for next year, 350 4 bolt main with a few warm up goodies. The truck already has a 6 inch lift.
Still trying to decide on a color for the paint. It was originally bright yellow GM code 425, still had it marked on the firewall.
Nice job!!! Between you and K5baby I certainly have my work cut out for me, nice pun, you guys have a superior level of workmanship With watching your progress it gives me guidelines and incentive to plod on. Now that I have a job again, I can work on the Jimy. I just wish I could reach the speeds that you guys seem to accomplish your work. Later J.
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