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    Senior Member 93lowbazer's Avatar
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    wasn't rattops the original?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 93lowbazer View Post
    wasn't rattops the original?



    Yep. That was shAIMs first name.
    You can still see Rodney Rat (fits right?) in the ads.


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    I dont like how the blazer was done. I thing you should at least take the targa top to the B pillar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 01xtreme View Post
    I dont like how the blazer was done. I thing you should at least take the targa top to the B pillar.
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    targa top

    this is a nice install. anybody know where the bumper cover, & skirts on this blazer came from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamin85 View Post
    anybody know where the bumper cover, & skirts on this blazer came from?



    Yeah......1985


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    Quote Originally Posted by EpicenterDesigns View Post
    Yeah......1985
    hey me too

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    i had one done back in the early 90's and had nothing but problems with it..it was cool to have and looked cool but it leaked alot and made the body flex so much that it would start cracking the metal in various places on the body and doors and that was even with extra bracing underneath as suggested for the install..and mine was from rattops

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    I was wondering why somebody in 2013 wanted this
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