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    My funky '76 620

    Been floating for months, but just realized I never posted my truck.

    '76 620
    L20B
    720 4x4 leafs w/ air shocks
    Front Pinto shocks
    Matchbox dizzy
    Shorty Header aka power killer
    Weber 32/36
    ZX 5 speed

    Been playing with it for the last year-ish after selling my 210. I WAS going for a clean low look on stock dog dishes, but ended up in a crappy situation and messing up the front end. After a few months fighting in court, finally got the front end straight, but it didn't feel the same to me, so I just kinda went on from there...

    Coming soon: ZG Flares, DCOE 45, Isky Cam, etc.

    When I brought it home:















    Hang tight, more pictures coming.

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    Re: My funky '76 620

    This is the sad part, where 'bitch with nails' pulled a stupid.





    About 4 months go by....








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    Re: My funky '76 620

    Picked those 15x8's up from a friend for cheap. Diamond racing steelies, but HEAVY as you would not believe. Ended up only running them on the rear for a while.

    Now here's Import Alliance, still early this year.. bear with me here.





    Also got a fresh exhaust done, courtesy of Pattons here in ATL, GA.









    Got the GF to help me with body work.



    And now for the hater magnet. lol i love this thing. Got it AND the rims for free from a friend, about 5 months ago maybe?












    Found these 15x10 Eagle Alloy 028's on Craigslist for $100.






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    This is pretty much how it looks now, as of a week or so ago with the new 5 speed in.




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    Re: My funky '76 620

    I love 620's, too bad that you got hit, but at least you got it straightened out.

    Good stuff.

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    Re: My funky '76 620

    It was a straight truck before the accident, which kind of killed it for me. The front end still isn't straight, but the bumper hides it all. I need to spend more time on it, or salvage the front end off another truck.

    It's my first truck and I love it. Use it all the time to haul my Kawasaki cafe.

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