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    Under Construction 98low4x4blazer's Avatar
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    i like that, i wanna see a 2nd gen chopped
    pic's of what my blazer used to be
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    i was thinking about the 2nd gen too, and what it would look like. hard to picture with the way the rear 1/4 glasses are and the pillar separating them.
    and that chop top is looking bad ass. nice gas door. i always that a blazer wouldnt look good done, but you got me good, lol.
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    hold on were not done fighting about the glass cutting.will get back to the chop tops later

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    vhey nice i alike.......

    just one thing, why not get a different t-stat neck or a rad so the hose isn't so snaked
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    that thing looks badass. just leve it unfinished so that you have a conversation piece everywhere you go. good stuff

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    that actually looks real good chopped


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    [QUOTE=Superbee;785173]that actually looks real good chopped QUOTE]


    I like it too. It's a good amount of chop. Enough to be obvious that it's not stock but not so much it looks out of proportion. Good job so far.
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