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I like it, amazing what can be done to anything with a vision and skills. 

 

The headliner really serves no purpose, but it is a good looking truck, really like the "snowflake" tribute wheels.

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 This is how I like my trucks. It’s not for everyone but GM needs to contact this gentlemen and get some insight for an SS model. 
 

I can really appreciate people who have a “knack” for these things. Looks amazing and job well done. 

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I had a couple of specialty vehicles. My father lite the fuse when he bought home his 1970 cst Chevy truck. It even had a vinyl top. Along with a 402 three on the tree tac dash posi rear and hugger orange. Next up was an SS elcamino then a ranchero GT. The truck in the video is right on the money.

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Credit where it's due, that's some craftsmanship. Someone poured a lot of money and time into that build.  Not my style but there's talent there.

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Uhmmmmmmmmm. Trans Ams were known by their beak, not just the decals. He could have left those decals off and the truck would be a head turner do to the quality of work and the style. Currently half the heads are turning and then saying WTF. 

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