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Any original squares out there?

Discussion in 'Garage' started by Darth Plasma, Feb 6, 2020.

  1. Old77

    Old77 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Leave 100% stock would be my choice on that truck :)
     
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  2. DoubleDingo

    DoubleDingo Vacuum Leaks, The Root Of All Evil

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    I vote leave it stock
     
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  3. FireTruck1984

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    Yes ! Leave it stock and original
     
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  4. Old77

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    why ya gotta copycat off me and @DoubleDingo ???? :crazy:
     
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    OMG!!:happy107:
     
  6. FireTruck1984

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    Can you post some more pics of the ‘73 ?
     
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    Keep it stock. Is that a new hood? Looks like a 78 or 79.
     
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    My '77 C10 - lots of original paint on this one. Still earns its keep from time to time.

    Not checked if it is numbers matching, but still runs all its original California smog gear, so hasn't been messed with much, if at all. Mileage unknown but runs well.



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  9. Old77

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    Man, that's a cool truck. That's one you keep just as it is and keep it maintained. :love62:
     
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    Stay stock!!! Good lookin!!
     
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    I love a round eye stepper!! Stay stock there, i agee!
     
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    Man crush or truck crush?...lol...
     
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    Truck. I love square bodies! ESPECIALLY 73-75
     
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    By far the best 80's paint scheme
     
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    As far as I know it’s an original hood. It had the horrible bleaching of the paint and edges as the roof. Also, the wear from sand blowing over the edges.
     

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