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    BL1 getting a makeover

    Finally got my truck in the shop

    No major changes, keeping it white....just a freshen up - some dings and rust repair

    as of today

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    Very nice. They all need a little love after a few years right, lol.
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    wish i had the time to do the work.. still busy as hell here..... however glad to see its getting freshed up!
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    doing anything to the interior or motor while your at it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by blazin4low View Post
    doing anything to the interior or motor while your at it?
    Both engine and interior are pretty much done. Might dress up the engine bay a bit and a good cleaning inside.
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    Doesnt look like this supernova's Avatar
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    i dont remember the last time i saw a new picture of this truck. Glad to see its still getting some love

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    i still remember the first time i seen this truck in wildwood lol. mike you are dedicated to that blazer! keep it alive and simple that truck always looked great, kinda a less is more thing.
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    Took the bumper down to bare


    removed the heater box, gonna try to get them to shave it out. Dont use heat or AC. Would also eliminate those 2 braided lines going to the heater core, and the heater core itself.

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    nice rims!
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    Shave the cowl while you're at it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rapid Ron View Post
    Shave the cowl while you're at it
    Hey Ron! Good to see your name around here.

    Unfortunately, cowl shave is not in the future. Im already getting way more done than I ordered. The guy painting it is hooking me up big time, doing alot of extra work and not charging extra.

    Anyway, here's some new pics from today



    Had some rust on that lower 1/4 panel, typical S-10 rot. Also, the striker plate was cracked! They had to fix that unexpectedly.



    All these parts are blocked and ready for primer again then paint.
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    Yay!


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    Ordered some new tires today. Those ones in the pictures were installed in 2003. Srs. Couldnt afford much else, so I went with some Sumitomo HTR Z III...235/40/18 and 245/40/18
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    Doesnt look like this supernova's Avatar
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    looks like new again. How many paint jobs has it had now?

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    Lets count together

    1. Original

    2. 1998 - Maaco

    3. 1999 - After I totalled it

    4. 2001 -

    5. 2004 - doors back

    6. 2013 - full dip and bodywork

    The answer is 6, including factory, lol

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