Gray Truck Picture Thread

Discussion in 'Photo & Video Gallery' started by duckduckdog, Apr 23, 2010.

  1. duckduckdog

    duckduckdog New Member


  2. ChevyFan

    ChevyFan Administrator Staff Member

    good looking truck! Who else?
  3. retired2001

    retired2001 New Member

    Congrat's on a good looking truck!
  4. JMc

    JMc New Member

    New to me...Z71

    Bought this '06 just recently...40K miles.
  5. duckduckdog

    duckduckdog New Member

    Good looking truck! I know there are more than two of us on here - let's see what you've got!
  6. Joethepoolguy

    Joethepoolguy New Member

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  7. ChevyFan

    ChevyFan Administrator Staff Member

    Gray and Silver are not the same thing, but they look very similar. Good looking color for this body style, IMHO.
  8. Joethepoolguy

    Joethepoolguy New Member

    I'm with yuh Steve!!! I really like silver trucks too. But I would choose a Charcoal Gray truck over a silver,or "regular" gray truck any day.:neutral:
  9. duckduckdog

    duckduckdog New Member

    good looking truck joe!
  10. JMc

    JMc New Member

    You are right about the difference between silver and gray. My truck is Graystone Metallic.
  11. duckduckdog

    duckduckdog New Member

    Same here!
  12. lawson4450

    lawson4450 New Member

    here is mine at carlisle last year.

    its my daily drive have over 120,000 on her
  13. rustyk2

    rustyk2 New Member

    Hey, does primer gray count?
  14. Joethepoolguy

    Joethepoolguy New Member

    Sweet truck Lawson!!!
  15. JimmyDiablo

    JimmyDiablo New Member

    Grey is the new black!!

    I've just started working on this. I gave it a year to give it a proper shakedown and see what's what.

    I bought this '91 K1500 with 98k on the odo and barely had a bit of rust on it. I'm the third owner, and I bought it from the son of the original owner. The Old Man babied it, and the Son didn't have it long enough to do anything with it. So far, the only fixing I've had to do was misc crap that just "goes" after time. It's been more than reliable and dependable! I think the glove box door was the most expensive fix ($140 :gasp: from LMC!) I've had to make until just a few weeks ago when the clutch started to slip. I bought a rebuilt 5sp on CL for less than it would take to rebuild mine!! $300! :great: 1st and 2nd was starting to make some noise and I didn't even want to know why so when I came across that ad I jumped all over it! I had to drop the tranny to fix the clutch anyways. I've started on the misc rust spots, pulled out the drop in plastic bedliner the day it came home so there was minor sanding there. I've put in a Herculiner roll on bed liner on it. Mixed feelings on the results with that product. I'm building a custom metal tonneau cover. I'm in it for $300 for materials, $230 for the aluminum diamondplate! That sucked, kinda wished I went with sheetmetal but oh well. Didn't think to far into it before purchasing the materials. I'm gonna get that together this weekend or next week, depending on the rain. I will post some pics when it's all done! Lift kit, engine work and new wheels are all on the list of things to do, the typical daily driver stuff :lol:. I'll repaint stock color when I'm all done, it's got that typical paint issue of all stock paint jobs of that era.

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  16. bob13

    bob13 New Member

    Another Graystone Metallic!
  17. Bigbomber

    Bigbomber New Member

    Nice colour!
  18. makindue

    makindue New Member

    Nice truck. Do you have any tonneau cover for that truck?
  19. gig'em

    gig'em New Member

    can't remember the name of the color, charcoal or something like that

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  20. Bamafan

    Bamafan New Member

    I wouldnt mind the grey being a little darker, but got a good deal on this truck so I cant complain. Good looking trucks guys!

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