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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by yunit, Jul 19, 2005.
Looking back at my 1987 GMC Jimmy. RIP 6/13/01-7/19/05...
Maybe I am missing something. Why are you saying goodbye? Did you sell it?
and more pics...
and some more...
and the last few, until she is totally dismantled...
I never realized how clean the starting point was , mine was pretty too
What in the hell did you do to that beautiful truck? Looked awesome when you had the TSL/SX's on it (and a body). What size were those?
sad to see her go. any plans for another project?
This is my new project...
...it will be a street legal truck that I will not be scared to drive 3 hours to the trail with a few friends in it, wheel all day, then drive it 3 hours home afterwards.
I will be using the axles, driveshafts, and some other items from the old Jimmy. I will be documenting all the mod's to this new truck, so keep an eye out for some of the trick stuff I will be building for this new truck.
why did you quit on your old rig? that thing looked pretty bada** with the body still on it and the cage you painted on the frame looked cool too. what happen? why where you scared to drive it?
damnn. thats crazy
these poor nice clean k-5's
i woinder sometimes if us enthusiasts are our own hobby's worst enemies, sometimes,
I never knew your truck looked that nice, by the time i started seeing pics of it you were starting the truggy stages. I wish i had gotten a chance to see it in action. good luck with your new one! If ya need help with anything just let me know, i'm only 15 miles away.
There are a few reasons why I finally decided to dismantle the truck. I am moving and do not have the storage space that I use to for the truck & trailer, I don't have a reliable enough tow vehicle, and the main reason was that I did not like the way the truck turned out. I was planning to keep the whole drivetrain and build a tube chassis for eveything, but still would have to rely on a tow vehicle and trailer to get it to the trails.
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