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    Thanks!

    The '72 Blazer was a fun truck to drive in high school. It had a mild built 350 with a cam that gave it a good lope. Shift kit in the turbo 350. Fun times.

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    a few update pics










    pieced together a firewall, welded it all up. Seemed sealed and primed it.



    welded the firewall in




    getting the transmission tunnel finished up and toe boards all welded in.

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    Haven't updated for a long time. Floor is finished, steering column and brake pedal assembly are in. Also started with suicide doors.



























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    Man, almost thought it was a mistake when I received this notification, lol. Great looking work. She's coming along, good to see you're still working on it.
    TRUCK WHORE '84 tahoe blazer, '89 blazer, '92 blazer 4dr, '93 s10, '93 GMC Typhoon, '94 blazer, '02 blazer xtreme, '03 s10 xcab, & now '91 4dr blazer
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    Haha thanks

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    Doesnt look like this supernova's Avatar
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    Yep, still looks bad ass

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    Thanks man, slow and steady progress.

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    i like how tall u did the rear. i did mine right under the window but lower than yous closer to the seats
    My project thread 89 bagged 2door
    http://www.blazinlow.com/forum/showthread.php?t=68023

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    The only reason I did that is because I have the air tanks mounted to the frame behind the seats. I wanted them under the floor rather than inside the cab.

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    same idea i am doimg ��
    My project thread 89 bagged 2door
    http://www.blazinlow.com/forum/showthread.php?t=68023

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    2000 Gmc jimmy 2 door 5 speed

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    Nice build. Any updates?
    '87 s10 blazer 4.8 vortex v8 with 4l65e trans. 225/40/18, 5/5 drop, roll pan, euro lights,phantom grill

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