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post #1 of 12 Old 10-09-2012, 06:50 PM Thread Starter
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Well for the first time in my many truck purchases i bought truck that was already custom, thought i was going to like it but after a month totally changed my mind and thoughts on the truck and went a different route. here are some pics of what i've done but its by no means finished yet still more to come











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Thank god you painted that truck. Now it actually looks nice! Good job.

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I agree , the paint looks so much better. I bet that dash blinds you

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I agree , the paint looks so much better. I bet that dash blinds you
Its not bad actually, you probably can't tell but i did away with all the white on the dash and all. everything is electric blue, shaved the emblems on the exterior and updated the front end. waiting on my custom steering wheel to come in to finish off the interior.
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I agree, it looks way better. When I first looked at the pictures I was afraid the ice WAS the after pics... ha ha

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Was that truck painted or was it a wrap before?

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Was that truck painted or was it a wrap before?
it was painted and a pain in the butt to sand down

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Sweet Jebus that paintjob was horrible, and that dash would drive me nuts.

If it were me I'd paint the dash black or grey, but great progress so far!
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Sweet Jebus that paintjob was horrible, and that dash would drive me nuts.

If it were me I'd paint the dash black or grey, but great progress so far!
I love my interior. Blue and white everywhere lol. I had everything smoothed and painted shock blue and white pearl.

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Get rid of those chrome door handles and paint match them white!

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