Onelow1ton's bagged and body dropped grand wag build

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66stepside wrote:That
Looks
SICK!

That is soooo bada$$! I'd run that grill on any of my jeeps! Sweet work, sweet ride. :-bd

Thanks !

Yeah I originally hated that stock grill but with the billet fitted in it I actually really like it and think I'm going to keep it , but I have a razor grill and some 63 wrap around marker lights I might use later on .

The billet insert is a square body c10 chevy phantom grill cut to fit and the center of the bars cut on the back side to bend it to match the pointer wag shell
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That saggy is going to be sweet, love the grill to. Look out, you may have to do a few more .
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Looks real good.

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That's fricken awesome!

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It looks nasty onelow, one day we will have to meet up so I can see this beast in person. The rims look awesome, and the grill is just dirrty. Nice work man.
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This is the first time I 100% like/love that type of grille insert (the bars) normally on any other vehicle its on its either meh or ugly. This though... wow I'd put that on mine.
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husker77 wrote:Looks real good.

Did I ever ask you if you used to be on duallyscene.com?
Yes sir we have I was onelow1ton on there also with a bagged crew square body c30 and you were huskerdually I believe , I was on c10 forum also among many others lol

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Thanks guys ! Yeah I have been getting a few people asking me on Instagram and Facebook what I used for the grill already
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Onelow1ton wrote:
66stepside wrote:That
Looks
SICK!

That is soooo bada$$! I'd run that grill on any of my jeeps! Sweet work, sweet ride. :-bd

Thanks !

Yeah I originally hated that stock grill but with the billet fitted in it I actually really like it and think I'm going to keep it , but I have a razor grill and some 63 wrap around marker lights I might use later on .

The billet insert is a square body c10 chevy phantom grill cut to fit and the center of the bars cut on the back side to bend it to match the pointer wag shell

That is great you are getting so much positive feedback on Instagram and here. It does look great. When you have time, maybe you can do some grill modifications with the Rhino version, a vertical and/or horizontal bar placement: Oo\\\///oO. The rhino grill in billet might be a money maker!
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Any update?
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E_DIGG wrote:Any update?

Oh wow I can't believe I forgot to update this thread

Here is a copy paste from another forum

I thought I updated this but I guess not lol !

I plan to redo the rear bags sense I won on a Facebook giveaway some dominator 2600 bags I'll be building rear lift bars so it will be a 6-link now

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Ok so I got the windshield put in , and got it loaded up on the trailer and went with some guys from my club down to layd out at the park , set it up in a corner of our club section =Sunset=
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I got 1st place under construction
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As for what's next well there's a really good chance I might be getting some suicide doors upper and lower s10 tubular control arms , and I should be making a trip up to Niagara Falls ny here soon to pick up a 3.5 i5 , trans, and everything else I need (from a 05 chevy Colorado ) from A buddy to put the 3.5 in the wagoneer and I'm selling my crate 350 to one of my buddy's for his bodied suburban so that will fund this motor
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WOW! That is pretty wicked! Really nice work. It is nice to see something a little different and this one takes the cake! Keep us updated.
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Noticed your wag' on FB. This thing is just bad!
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Turned out nice!


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Wow, talk about making it work. Very nice!
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It is definitely a build for the records, very well done. :-bd :-bd
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What are your plans for the Body? You going to leave it as patina? What about the interior? Custom or Stock?
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E_DIGG wrote:What are your plans for the Body? You going to leave it as patina? What about the interior? Custom or Stock?
For the next year or two I'll leave the body alone with the patina as is but when I do paint it I'll do corvette lime rock green for the main body color and I'm going to get the wood grain and trim airbrushed on . Already been talking to a painter about doing that and he does an amazing job painting wood grain. And the interior will look stockish with katzkin seat covers and wrap the dash and other things with a few subtle upgrades that most should not notice
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Thanks for the compliments guys !

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That looks sick!!!
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