Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by CK5, Dec 27, 2000.
1990 K5 with stuff
Or, how to make a K5 UGLY!!!
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It looks like someone has too much time and looks like they need to put more time in to it.
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good one steve
Confederate's w/ K5's!
'85 K5: BIG BAD AND MEAN
K5: Because size DOES matter
Now that's just ugly.
When all else fails MASH the skinny pedal!
what a horrible thing to do to a nice looking K5 Pic....LOL!
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Thats just plain wrong.
Theres No Replacement for Cubic Inches!
Now that's just SICK, Steve...I did see some Dodge longbeds in military trim being flat-bedded South on the Ohio turnpike though' if ya want some secret info. Probably just test rigs, but they had what looked like the Humvee CTIS wheels on 'em.
"I'm not stuck...I'm just re-evaluating my line"
Those are som big A$$ head lights....LOL
Not to shabby with the merge.
89 K5 Silverado
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And I thought you were too busy to have fun! Nice try.
steve nice artwork lol had me confused for a second
I thought my truck was the ugliest around! ya see that happens to me all the time, but my blazer chews em up and spits em out!
"You're right... I don't understand that Jeep thing!"
Someone hit that with one big bad ugly stick.................
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Speaking of the Dodge trucks in military trim........at a recent auto show in Detroit they showcased both a Ford and a Dodge truck that were being tested for military use. They both had custom heavy duty bumpers, winches, and the 37" hummer tires with CTIS. Even though they weren't Chevy's, they were pretty cool.
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