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View Poll Results: November Voting
Bill72BB 40 41.24%
Oleblu1 11 11.34%
Powder2 11 11.34%
86 red bowtie 7 7.22%
chevy truck fan 2 2.06%
solidaxel 3 3.09%
extd56 21 21.65%
mr subzilla 2 2.06%
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Old 11-28-2005, 08:34 PM   #1
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November TOTM Voting

Here we go again,sorry this is a little late but i just got three new nominations this month,come on guys lets try to get a little more invloved please,you know we like to see these trucks
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Re: November TOTM Voting

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5.3 liter v8 2000 chevy silverado 10 in wheels quad door with 98,000 miles i put a plate in injection system and using the tornado, gonna mods the heck out of this truck in the future.,also lund hood scoops bfg goodrich tires,and mounted tool boxs.rhino liner in bed american racing wheels. thanks alot.
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Re: November TOTM Voting

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I would like to have my truck considered for the truck of the month.

BB is a 72 C20 Camper Special that started life with a 10 1/2 ft cab-over camper on it .I bought it from the 85 yr old owner ,and after selling the camper and removing the extended rear bumper used it as a daily driver work truck.
Then while looking for an alternator bracket I found this Board and a project was born ,make a rusty ,multi colored in need of body work DD into something I was proud to drive .BB is not a frame off restoration" That the Hillbilly Way " but was only not driven during the time the body work and paint work was being done ,most everything else I did myself with the help of this board .

BB,has a 400 ,t400 tranny, 98 Silverado 60/40 seat ,Dynomax Cerama-coat headers,HEI dizzy ,single wire Alt. Edelbrock 1411 , S10 shoulder belts ,late steering wheel,Dana 3.54 rear , Eagle 16' wheels ,265/75 16 tires , Air ,PS PB Tilt and leafsprings
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Old 11-28-2005, 10:26 PM   #4
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Re: November TOTM Voting

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Here is the info on my truck. It has a 1972 Chevy 402 big block with a 400 turbo transmission. It is running a 1979 Cadillac Seville front clip and the disc brake rear end out of the Cadillac too for great highway gears. Inside it has Dakota digital gauges with vintage air conditioning in the dash. There are a set of custom van seats with a custom console and Datsun king cab rear jump seats in the rear. I am running a 1958 Chevy suburban gas tank inside the frame with the original Suburban gas tank door on the right side. It has a tilt hood and a custom made cover for the bed.
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Old 11-28-2005, 10:29 PM   #5
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Old 11-28-2005, 10:40 PM   #6
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Re: November TOTM Voting

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Hello from Nevada.This is my 71 Chevy C/10.She is no trailer queen,I
drive her everyday.She has 89,000 original miles.She runs better than
she looks and she looks great.
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Old 11-28-2005, 10:45 PM   #7
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Re: November TOTM Voting

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Your Name Marc Newman
Year Make Model 1986 GMC 1500
City, State Abilene Texas
Club N/A

Engine: 350 GM Crate motor
Engine Modifications: N/A
Engine Add-Ons:
Any Chrome, Polish: Billet valve covers Billet/carbon fiber air cleaner
polished air condition lines
Exhaust Modifications:
Transmission:t/350

Body:
Add-Ons: Flush mounted rear tool box painted to match
Body Mods: n/a
Paint Color(s): Black and Tan
Painted By: R.l. Anderson

Wheels and Tires:
Front Wheel / Tires: Starr 809 Black 20”by 8.5 235/35/20 Nankang tires
Rear Wheel / Tires: Starr 809 Black 20”by 8.5 235/35/20 Nankang tires

Chassis:
Mods to Frame:
Front: Djm 3” lowered springs and 2” djm spindles
Rear: djm flip kit with 3” lowering block
c-notch
Spindles: Djm
Suspension Air/Hydro:
Other Chassis Mods:
Suspension work performed by: So low Kustoms

Interior: Custom interior by Lonstar Trim
Upholstery Material/Color Scheme: tweed leather alligator
Other Interior Mods: Billet accessories
Sound System: Panasonic cd player

Future Plans: airbags

Special Thanks To: Lonestar Trim So low kustoms
if you need any more info let me know
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Re: November TOTM Voting

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This is my 1986 Chevy 1/2 ton with a 350 small Block, with an Edelbrock Performer RPM intake and 625 cfm carb. The motor is a Chevy replacement motor with a Crane cam bumpstick. The transmission is a Jet T-700 with a 12 bolt posi 3:73 rear end. The truck has had a Belltech 3/4 drop and Enki rims (old Classic style), the tires are 15" ( a little old style size), but are 295/50s in the back and 245/ 60s in the front. Turning them over is no problem. The truck is painted a lipstick red with new trim and billet phantom grille from Stulle. The tonneu cover is from Extang and the bed is finished with a Rhino Lining. If you look at the rear of the cab the bed light was removed and a third brake light from a 97 nissan pickup mounted for those that don't look at the regular taillights. The interior is finished with new upholstery and billet dash trim. The shifter has been moved to the floor with a B&M shifter. The stereo is an Alpine in dash CD unit and EQ installed in the dash as well. The feed the Rockford amps and the six speakers. The subs are behind the seat in a isobaric setup to enhance sound to a nice mellow rumble. For a daily driver the truck is easy to drive and is quite quick.
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Re: November TOTM Voting

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This is my 1991 K-1500 Ex. Cab. It has a 7in Lift(3in body, 4in suspension), Rancho Shocks, Exterior cosmetics include, black Bully Nerf Bars, Rhino Push Guard/Brush Guards, APC Chrome Euro Taillights, rear fiberglass roll pan, custom front bumper, diamond chrome bumper lights, AIM Fiberglass Cowl Hood, and bed liner. Interior Includes 1000W Kicker Amp, 4 Rockford Fosgate 8" Subs, 4-Kicker 4x6's, Panasonic CD Player, everything else interior wise is stock except for few add-ons(shifter nob,seat covers, custom Maltese Cross Mirror, Etc...) Engine is a 5.7L V8-It was just put in a few months ago it includes Flowtech headers, custom 3" dual exhaust, Helix TBI Spacer, K&N Air Filter, Accell High Performance Header Plugs, Accell High Performance Wires, Accell distributer, not alot of performance mainly stock except for the few add ons I have slowly added. It also has a chrome Eldebrock Air Cleaner, chrome valve covers, and a few other chrome add-ons. That about wraps it up. Thank you for your time and hopefully I will get nominated, this is just a shot. Thanks again.
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Old 11-29-2005, 02:04 AM   #10
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Re: November TOTM Voting

Here is My 67 Short Fleet

355
Performer RPM Intake
650 Speed Demon
Taylor Wires
1 5/8" Chevelle headers
3" Dual Manderal
Super 40's Flowmaster

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Bow Tie Overdrive's T.V made Eazy.

Thats the important stuff i guess
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Old 11-29-2005, 05:46 AM   #11
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Re: November TOTM Voting

Quote:
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Here we go again,sorry this is a little late but i just got three new nominations this month,come on guys lets try to get a little more invloved please,you know we like to see these trucks
U got my Vote
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Old 11-29-2005, 09:24 AM   #12
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Re: November TOTM Voting

I would like to nomintate myself

1981 GMC
355, 400 HP,350 TH,9" 3:39 Gears
ps,pl,pw,pdl,rear slider,Pioneer CD,10"sub,Alpine 6X9's
15" Eagle alloys,275/60/R15's rear,225/60/R15's front
Billet grill,all chrome, lights replaced,F-150 front seat,flamed headliner,Grant GT steering wheel,Beltech 3/4 drop.3"Inch exhaust with 2 chamber Flowmasters.SS logo's on dash,steerign wheel and gate.Tonneu cover,sun visor,cowl hood(home made),350 emblems on hood,alarm. B&M ratchet shifter,trio gauages,monster tach,too much to list.
New editions coming this winter,complete engine compartment repaint,New trans,4:11 gears.
I have only owned it 4 months and have put serious work into it so far.
And it flies. Raced a 05 Mustang GT vert and blew its doors off!!3970 lbs.
Is it worthy of Truck of the month???









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GO BILL72BB GO!!!!!

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Old 12-01-2005, 04:42 PM   #14
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Bill72BB gets my vote.Beautiful truck.
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There's no poll option to vote for Mario...?
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Old 12-04-2005, 10:18 AM   #16
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Mario and More power didnt get there trucks in to me to nominate them,but now that i have them maybe next months contest.
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thanks,really appreciate the support
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Old 12-05-2005, 11:20 AM   #18
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Bill has my vote. After seeing it in person, its everything a truck should be. Hey Bill, not bad for a hillbilly!
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Mario and More power didnt get there trucks in to me to nominate them,but now that i have them maybe next months contest.

Did you get my PM, with my truck info?

Although I don't think that my truck would be able to compete against Mario's. By the looks of it we could almost have a Canadian version next month.
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congradulations on TOTM!!!
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