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    SLOSH TUBZ new build for my wife "Square Peg"

    Slosh Tubz new company project "Square Peg" frame laying 1987 GMC Jimmy

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    Well here it is ! Estimated completion SEMA 2013 ! My wife decided she wanted her own vehicle that could haul the whole family and pull Cloud 9 to some long distance shows and of course showcase our product "Slosh TUbz Squared" ...so here we are project "SQUARE PEG" !!! It is a 1987 GMC JIMMY 4x4..soon to be a 2wd layed out on the ground ! LS powered, with a nice Retro theme probably go with the early round eye front end and a two tone paint with the early trim.....still deciding on colors ! So here is some pictures of it yesterday , i should have it at work today i will steam clean it top to bottom tonight , see if i can get the motor running so i can put that on craigslist (it is supposed to run great TBI 350) then start dissasembling all of the rest of the chassis ...more craigslist !

    The first picture is me and my wife Sarah, i just thought i would show you who i am building this for . The rest are the beautiful original paint , zero rust 1987 Jimmy... project Square Peg !! This is going to be fun so stay tuned !
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    gave her a good bath last night....just about ready for disassembly !!
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    Looks like it should be a cool project man. Looking forward to the progress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 67CHEBY View Post
    gave her a good bath last night....just about ready for disassembly !!
    That's probably more info than we need to know. Oh, wait... you bathed the truck. OK, never mind.

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    LOL, i will try to not share so much information, next time ! What happended to the pictures i posted ? Did i do something wrong or do you just have to click on each one to look at them ?

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    forget that...now i went back and the pictures are there !

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    Cool project. I told the wife I would biuld her a 2wd Blazer with LS 5.3/4L60, 20's, static 4/6, VHX gauges, vintage air, and leather seating. Im realy looking forward to see what you do with this one.
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    Looking good. Let's see how it goes. Keep us updated
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    I'll follow it here too, I'm gonna drool a little, just fair warning. All of my attempts to build a dropped Blazer have never been able to take off.
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    Looks awesome Mike. Thanks for posting it over here and giving us some love too

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