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Old 12-07-2018, 02:26 PM   #26
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Yeah, haha, all about breaking them loose now and again. We just use different terminology...hahaha.

As far as the show trucks, etc., etc. I get the chance to look in on that with a lot of interest by seeing what's on the forum here and I really enjoy it. I already have what I want so I don't have to deal much in the way of envy or criticism. My trucks are cool as they sit and will most likely get even better with time, and I feel lucky to have them. And glad to have a place to talk to others that feel the same way.
Yeah, I guess my terminology could be confused by a plumber and he would be severely offended. Say no to plumber's crack!

I am with you on the rest. I guess I am just bored of all the gingerbread cookie cutter show trucks... I suppose its no different than any other niche community. I am not a ford fan but, there are some pretty sick old school fords coming out lately and SBS's Indy truck is beautiful- I LOVE the wheels they made for it!

I think I am going to build another minitruck next... I want to bring back the mini truck aka boom trucks! I grew up in Florida and in the early 90s that is what it was all about. I had three slammed B2200s! Then, I can use my C10 to tow my mini to shows.

I gotta say though... I am loving the trucks in this thread so far... some damn nice daily drivers and hardworking trucks! Keep them coming.
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I enjoy this site and talking to like-minded folks. I have owned my '78 for 30 years, it was only 10 years old when my dad helped me buy it from the original owner. My dad used it as our roofing truck for 2 years and then it became mine. So 28 years later and it is still my daily driver. I have driven her coast to coast in the Air Force and have hauled everything from trash to a '56 GMC with her. I agree with you, I like finding new things to do to her as time goes on. When I get home I will upload a pic or two.

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My "weekend driver" due to having a company daily driver. I want to keep the aged look of my 86. I'm the third owner, and simply catching up on deferred maintenance. My only upgrade will be updating to a 4 speed manual and/or just going to a Hurst floor shifter due to worn out column shifter.
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Dig what's happenin here!

My daily is one of them "been with me through thick and thin" girls. Picked her up for nothin when I had nothin and she was even my house for a brief moment.

I'm blessed to be in a position where I can slowly fix her up and add an upgrade or two. Working on a 98 vortec to drop in her now...LS's are cool but adding a Holly Sniper EFI is about as radical as the old school fella can get. I do like my Belltech suspension though

It's been a 10 year process that'll probably take another 10 years...I hope it takes that long!
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Dig what's happenin here!

My daily is one of them "been with me through thick and thin" girls. Picked her up for nothin when I had nothin and she was even my house for a brief moment.

I'm blessed to be in a position where I can slowly fix her up and add an upgrade or two. Working on a 98 vortec to drop in her now...LS's are cool but adding a Holly Sniper EFI is about as radical as the old school fella can get. I do like my Belltech suspension though

It's been a 10 year process that'll probably take another 10 years...I hope it takes that long!
Damn Whamo - that is a hell of a story to your truck. And... dont think for a second that a vortec wont be cool... especially if you drop the sniper on it. Sounds pretty awesome and thank you so much for sharing. That is what these trucks are all about
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I enjoy this site and talking to like-minded folks. I have owned my '78 for 30 years, it was only 10 years old when my dad helped me buy it from the original owner. My dad used it as our roofing truck for 2 years and then it became mine. So 28 years later and it is still my daily driver. I have driven her coast to coast in the Air Force and have hauled everything from trash to a '56 GMC with her. I agree with you, I like finding new things to do to her as time goes on. When I get home I will upload a pic or two.

Keep on truckin'
Thanks Ratman, that is awesome - standing by for pics! I built my first c10 when I was in the Navy stationed on Oahu. She never pulled work duty but, she got me through some hard times for sure.
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Same as Keith, 35 yrs and 230K on the clock, original owner, bought new in June 83.
Loco - that is one beautiful truck! I love the muscle car rallys. To be honest, really like the color too...
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I drive atleast one of my c10's everyday and sometimes both! I currently own 2, but have had 14 total over the years. I'd rather drive a sqyarebody than anything. These trucks have been a part of me and my family for decades. My dad bought a new 79 K10 and him and that truck started it all. My brother has had 3. My grandpa and uncle had several the list goes on....I will keep atleast 1 running squarebody in my driveway for the rest of my life.
Wow... two c10s! That is pretty kick ass! Its tough to drive a square body every day but if you have two, it must make it a lot easier! LOL More pics please.
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I drove my 68 daily for years until it got side-swiped & insurance totaled it. The check paid for my 74 which I then drove daily for 10yrs until I traded it for my dually.

My dually was a daily driver until the upgrades. It seems now that it's just to risky to drive it daily. Insurance won't cover it for it's value under those circumstances & thieves love older iron. I drive it when I want & can keep it in sight. My 64 will be the same once it pounds the streets.....
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I drive my blazer every day as my daily to school and other places. It will be changed out later since the motor is getting tired but ill deal with that problem when it comes.
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I drove my 68 daily for years until it got side-swiped & insurance totaled it. The check paid for my 74 which I then drove daily for 10yrs until I traded it for my dually.

My dually was a daily driver until the upgrades. It seems now that it's just to risky to drive it daily. Insurance won't cover it for it's value under those circumstances & thieves love older iron. I drive it when I want & can keep it in sight. My 64 will be the same once it pounds the streets.....
That dually sitting on the ground is beautiful! I know what you mean about being worried about them getting stolen. I am careful as well but thankfully, old iron isnt as stolen here - know on wood.
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I drive my blazer every day as my daily to school and other places. It will be changed out later since the motor is getting tired but ill deal with that problem when it comes.
Not a bad lookin blazer roastmaster!
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My favorite HOT ROD cover! I work in conservation so there is no shortage of PRIUS' here... I should recreate this with my C10.
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or would two Prius be Pri-i? who cares? LOL
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Old cars and trucks as daily drivers is just how I roll. Lol, pun intended. I had my wife daily driving an '88 Burb for several years and over 100k miles. But I changed jobs which put me out of town a lot and I couldn't keep up with the maintenance. I got her a somewhat nicer '86 Burb and she put around 50k on that one. She wanted something 'newer' so now she has an '00 Burb and has put over 80k on that. For several years, I drove my trusty '84 C10 every day, at a minimum of 70 miles a day. But now as I'm often out of town, my 'daily' drivers get used much less. For the last year, my daily has been a '78 Burb.



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I posted my previous just as I was leaving work and I went outside to this... funny how life works. Maybe I should have wished for a bag of money to LS and bag my truck instead!
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Blazer was daily driver for all 3 of my daughters going to high school. The last one just a vehicle, so the Blazer is now an extra one. I like to switch back and forth between blazer and Yukon XL. Just to keep everything moving and lubed!

Blazer is 372k
Yukon XL is 178k

I'm the second and fifth/sixth?? owner of Blazer.
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Blazer was daily driver for all 3 of my daughters going to high school. The last one just a vehicle, so the Blazer is now an extra one. I like to switch back and forth between blazer and Yukon XL. Just to keep everything moving and lubed!

Blazer is 372k
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I'm the second and fifth/sixth?? owner of Blazer.
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Nice K5, I love the sliding side windows... I had 2 K5s and one had the sliders and the other had solid windows. I was always looking for a set of sliders to replace the solids.... 372k and she looks as good as good as day 1!
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Thanks Ratman, that is awesome - standing by for pics! I built my first c10 when I was in the Navy stationed on Oahu. She never pulled work duty but, she got me through some hard times for sure.
Here ya go: First pic is from a car show in NC this summer, that is my brother's rat rod. Second pic is a fun pic where I recreated a pose from 1990. Third pic is circa 2004, when my daughter was still just a tike. The last one is the most current shot.
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Here ya go: First pic is from a car show in NC this summer, that is my brother's rat rod. Second pic is a fun pic where I recreated a pose from 1990. Third pic is circa 2004, when my daughter was still just a tike. The last one is the most current shot.
right on, you had some swagger in 1990 ... ha ha... that rat rod is sick too... I am blown away by the gullwing doors though! crazy
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Its getting dusty in here.... <turns on the "open" sign>
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Knowing there is a community of people out there who enjoy driving old stuff as much as I do is awesome. Not many friends these days have the same appreciation. Its "cool" but not their cup of tea...

Traded the 03 jetta tdi for burb and the swapping, upgrading started almost immediately. Im a "ford" guy, but not willing to spend the $$$ it takes to swap a coyote into something... So the burb with a 5.3 4l80e swap had to do.
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My '78 Burb that I've been driving daily for the last year. It's not the prettiest, but it's comfortable and runs just like new.
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Knowing there is a community of people out there who enjoy driving old stuff as much as I do is awesome. Not many friends these days have the same appreciation. Its "cool" but not their cup of tea...

Traded the 03 jetta tdi for burb and the swapping, upgrading started almost immediately. Im a "ford" guy, but not willing to spend the $$$ it takes to swap a coyote into something... So the burb with a 5.3 4l80e swap had to do.
Nice lookin Burb! I grew up in Florida and my home town is Mustang Country so, while I am a Chevy guy to the bone, I can understand! LOL
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My '78 Burb that I've been driving daily for the last year. It's not the prettiest, but it's comfortable and runs just like new.
She doesnt have to be pretty to do her job! Love the pic of it haulin the Ford too!
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