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Old Yesterday, 09:34 PM   #1401
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Re: My Facetruck thread.

In 72 I bought an orange and white Cheyenne new, so this one caught my eye. I wouldn't buy it, but it's kind of cool. Hendrick Chevrolet brought this one down. They also gave away an LS2 crate engine delivered to your door (Not my door unfortunately.).
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Old Yesterday, 09:53 PM   #1402
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holy crewcab batman!!!

nice pictures, thanks for sharing!
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Old Yesterday, 09:58 PM   #1403
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holy crewcab batman!!!

nice pictures, thanks for sharing!
Those pictures don't do that crew cab justice.

On the way up We were past Oceola Cheese Company before I noticed it so decided we would stop on the way back, but that didn't work because on the way back I just wanted to get home.
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Woo. That last one. I'm with ya. I wouldn't buy one either but some guys are gaga over the look. Our trucks have been a single color for so long now this looks strange.
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More from Ottawa.
Man, that white/turquoise/white/turquoise truck is gorgeous! Whatever they call that blue...scrumptious.
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Old Today, 07:37 AM   #1406
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and WOW.
I can see why you say that, and I can't see all the detail I know is there! Looks like even the bodyworks emblem was replated
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In 72 I bought an orange and white Cheyenne new, so this one caught my eye. I wouldn't buy it, but it's kind of cool. Hendrick Chevrolet brought this one down. They also gave away an LS2 crate engine delivered to your door (Not my door unfortunately.).
I like the look. Other people like the look. So why did they stop the look? If I want a classic truck I'll buy a classic truck, but if I need a new truck I'd like it to have classic qualities. That's how I was thinking when I ordered the '92 K3500. What bugs me with these 1500s is they used 10 emblems. Truck would be just as cool without the throw-back emblems from 71/72 and sticker from late-70s. And something about Vette rallyes on a 4wd truck... I dunno.

My favorite is the Bronze & White K/10 in #1399
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worth the stop next time if you can swing it, free samples osceola cheese

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Old Today, 12:09 PM   #1408
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Man, that white/turquoise/white/turquoise truck is gorgeous! Whatever they call that blue...scrumptious.
It is beautiful. He said it was medium blue. I had a big block 71 Cheyenne that listed it as Hawaian Blue on the SPID.

He had never heard of this group. I invited him.
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