Type: Posts; User: denvern
Search: Search took 0.06 seconds.
Sticky: Here she is:...
Here she is:
Z71 for sure!!
Yep seen it at the beginning of the year @ the truck show. Seen only a handful out on the roads. The Harley Davidson Edition is even better.
That oh so smooth Chevy ride.
Congrats and welcome.
Labor Day 9pm EST HBO
Documentary on closure of GM Moraine plant where the GMT 360 was built.
09-06-2009, 09:32 PM
1) 2007 Trailblazer LT
2) 1997 Pathfinder SE
3) 2005 Altima 3.5SE
4) 1999 Sunfire GT
5) 1987 Cavalizer Z24
6) 1991 Talon TSi
7) 2004 Pathfinder LE
Thanks for the comments guys. I definitely have been thinking about making it more badass....possibly rims and mild lift. However its not in the cards right now.......but ya never know...
08-25-2009, 08:06 PM
Clean vehicle often
This simple item goes a long way.....u will thank yourself in 5+ yrs.
At the very minimum put 2 coats of wax a year.
Also the more often you clean the easier it becomes.
Cuz its tried, true, honest, real and hard-working. She's not a pretender, what u see is what you get and i love what i got.
That is something ive always wanted to do.....take a road trip to NF. Maybe next summer........
Nice. Soon it will be that time of year.
Thanks boys. As for the bowties, i haven't decided on color yet. Thinking gold, red or black. My lampguards from weathertech came today so I will be putting those on soon. Thats about it for this...
It's been a while since i've posted here so I took some pics of my Trailblazer today. So far i've tinted the 2 front windows, next i plan on painting the bowties on the center caps as well as the...
Actually the Cavalier was reliable...it was 10 yrs old and got me through college. I then leased a 1999 Pontiac Sunfire GT. IMO the j-body car was good for what it was. I remember smoking Civics...
New member here. As a previous import owner I've come back to domestic and couldn't be happier with my Trailblazer. My 1st car was a Cavalier Z24 so its good to be driving a Chevy...
Results 1 to 16 of 16