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Old 08-14-2010, 05:22 PM
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Hi guys, here's some pics of my 2000 LT Trailblazer, im planning on doing this thing up to the max, love the look of the blazers and its a rare sight to see one over here as there are only 5 that i know of here in OZ!.

It's weird getting die hard chev guys over here even asking what type of chev it is lol, here's some pics.


with her california plates after being imported






with her new 18" wheels!, those 15's had to go


 
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Nice! I thought the TrailBlazer had a different front end. Not sure now the differences. I know I've asked before but . . got memory fade! LOL
No doubt the wise ones will pitch in & refresh my memory.
 
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no idea on the front end, ive tried to get info from chevrolet who told me to contact GM australia, and they have no idea either, so who knows lol
 
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Same front end. A trailblazer trimmed blazer has the lower body cladding, gold inlay rims, two tone interior, and a bunch of identification all over (trailblazer stickers & embroidery).
 
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That is one clean looking truck man! The bow tie with the subs is a nice touch.
 
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Old 08-16-2010, 01:04 AM
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Originally Posted by swartlkk View Post
Same front end. A trailblazer trimmed blazer has the lower body cladding, gold inlay rims, two tone interior, and a bunch of identification all over (trailblazer stickers & embroidery).
I also thought the TrailBlazers had the "body kit" as the "obvious" give away.
 
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Originally Posted by Red 96' View Post
That is one clean looking truck man! The bow tie with the subs is a nice touch.
Thanks, im no mike lavelle, but do airbrushing for a living
 
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They are nice looking trucks for sure. Looks like yours might have been hit in the front at some point though. Hopefully its just a sagging front bumper and not indicative of a front end collision.

Originally Posted by kiwiblazer View Post
I also thought the TrailBlazers had the "body kit" as the "obvious" give away.
Hence the lower body cladding in my description.
 
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Looks nice............I'm really starting to like white on vehicles...
 
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you should start a build thread and keep us updated on your progress
 
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