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Here is my finished 66 suburban. I have lowered it using a Motobitz front suspension and a scratch built rear crossmember to take coilovers with the chassis notched for axle clearance. Wheels are Motobitz resin 22" with the hub caps. Paint is Tamiya rattle can French blue with a pearl white roof with Tamiya clear.

Thanks for looking,

Lee

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Very cool Suburban.  Don't think it would work very well dragging an Airstream, but it could sure drag frame elsewhere.  Nice, clean, well executed.  I like it.

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That is very nice, love the stance and the paint is perfect. Those wheels with the hubcaps are just right for that truck.

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Very well executed build! Subtle colors...subtle take on some huge wheels. Look like factory wheels on steroids! TOP SHELF!!!

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This has to be the coolest suburban build. Love the stance, the wheels, the color....it all is very fitting for this subject. Great build man!

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