About my C1500
For the first half of her life, she was used by an old farmer to pull wagons and haul seed, then after he stopped farming it was used as a daily driver until he passed. It was garage kept and washed and waxed on a regular basis. When i got the truck, it had 94,500 on the clock. i started by updating the interior. I started off by getting a new stereo, adding an amp since i knew i wanted a sub, and putting in new speakers. Next, i got carpet, followed by factory bucket seats from a donor truck. After this, i realized i wanted to clean up the interior a bit so i replaced the cheyenne trim with the silverado trim pieces that i got from the junkyard. I also found a Cheyenne 10 emblem from a 71 that i grabbed and bolted to the glove-box door. i went to the junkyard and got all the stuff for power windows and locks, including the velour silverado door panels. Next i focused on the exterior. I replaced the ugly black bumper with a used chrome one, i got a rough country suspension lift and added chrome rims and all terrain tires. i purchased stainless nerf bars, a bull bar, and wheel well trim. i then got a grill from the junkyard and converted from the sealed beam to composite headlights. i got ebay smoked led parkinglights and tail lights, smoked corner lenses and black halo headlights. I added amber and red leds to my toolbox, and got a led tail light bar for the back. Recently i added amber leds on the air deflector next to the license plate. I found a visor on eBay and painted it and put leds in it, too. I just started on the motor, but i am at a standstill because i need to start saving for college. So far i have cut the cat and added a si/do flowmaster super 44 with 4" stainless steel tips, as well as adding a k&n air filter.