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#46 Jazz ONLINE  

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Posted October 12, 2017 - 02:20 PM

I went out to touch up a bunch of scratches and tried not to get carried away but....too many scratches, hood and driver door needed a complete repaint so i managed to lay a complete coat of paint only using a quart of paint. I did find a rust hole in left rear quarter, chopped that out and welded in fresh steel otherwise no surprises.

I did not bother fixing the dents nor buff....next time :thumbs:

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Posted October 12, 2017 - 07:42 PM

This is my Old beat-em-up truck . 95' GMC 4X4 Sierra

My Uncle gave it to me if I rescued it out of his sons back yard . It was sitting for two years and had to have some work done .

Brake lines , fuel lines. fuel fill tube . Trans lines . Alternator .Battery , But for free it is a great truck now.

I put new plugs and wires on it too. The rims were pretty rusty so I found a new set of 4 with new tires at an auction for a great price. 

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#48 Cvans ONLINE  



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Posted October 12, 2017 - 08:30 PM

You can afford to put a lot of gas in a free truck.  :thumbs:

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