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Welllll, I've been here a little while now, haven't really posted much, but I'm sure I will coming soon.

Got SOME pictures of my Avalanche, this was the day I got it, it was HORRIBLY dirty that day unfortunately. Since then, I have cleaned it up past showroom about 5 different times...washing it weekly in between. I will be sure to post some more when I get a new camera (the pics are obviously...shaky at best)





And some interior pics...
http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f229/wjcollier07/Car/04 Avalanche/IMG_0011.jpg
http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f229/wjcollier07/Car/04 Avalanche/IMG_0013.jpg
http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f229/wjcollier07/Car/04 Avalanche/IMG_0012.jpg
http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f229/wjcollier07/Car/04 Avalanche/IMG_0010.jpg
http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f229/wjcollier07/Car/04 Avalanche/IMG_0009.jpg
http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f229/wjcollier07/Car/04 Avalanche/IMG_0017.jpg
http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f229/wjcollier07/Car/04 Avalanche/IMG_0031.jpg

Oh..and actually clean...too bad the camera still sucks. hah.


Recent cleanups...
Since purchased...
Washed with Gold Class Shampoo, Tires and Wheels scrubbed with simple green weekly
Claybarred w/ Mothers
Waxed with Gold Class every 3 weeks
Vacuumed twice a week...

Still looking for a good leather conditioner to keep it looking its best. Any good suggestions?

Hmm, and maybe I'll throw in a few pics of my other car, '93 Bonneville. 100k miles, also showroom condition. hah.
http://tinyurl.com/2p87w9
http://tinyurl.com/2rf65s
http://tinyurl.com/3du3hh
http://tinyurl.com/2whvo9

Any and all comments and suggestions welcome.
 

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well since i'm still sort of a major truck n00b, i have no idea of what to think.

thats why i said, suggestions are welcome ;)
 

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That's a good looking truck...I have alway liked Av's.
 

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well what do you use it for? do you plan on going 4wheeling with it? if we know some more about what you want to do with it we can give you lots of suggestions. also you could check www.cardomain.com and look up your yr/make/model and you might get some good ideas
 

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well what do you use it for? do you plan on going 4wheeling with it? if we know some more about what you want to do with it we can give you lots of suggestions. also you could check www.cardomain.com and look up your yr/make/model and you might get some good ideas
well, mainly its my work truck...so wasn't really looking into any real serious suspension mods or anything, but suggestions for appearance or performance are excellent. I don't haul HUGE loads, usually only up to 500 lbs in the back.

basically I'm looking to keep, or add to, excellent drivability, good or better fuel economy, possibly better handling, and better braking.

hah, or MAYBE I should start a new thread about it...all depends on how you guys do things here...otherwise I'm ok with the info being in just this thread.
 

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Washing and waxing your truck will help you to protect the paint and clear coat and make it look good for a long time. You're well on your way to having a good looking ride for the long term if you take care of it like you have been.
 
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