Mrs. Murder Nova’s New K5 Project! Part 1

In an effort to get Erin out of her Ford Bronco, Shawn found this ’87 K5 that we’ll be fixing up for her!

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20 thoughts on “Mrs. Murder Nova’s New K5 Project! Part 1

  1. Amen brother I also absolutely love the two tone color on square body trucks, blazers!! One more thing is blue & white are absolutely probably my favorite color!! I did see a new 2021 truck 3500 Duramax SRW that was painted in the two tone color & of course it was done in my favorite color also blue & white!! Absolutely love that color!! I’m actually thinking about painting my 1969 Chevy pickup also!!

  2. Craftsman tools used to be American made. They used too be really good. Now there made by Stanley and are made in Taiwan. Kabolt is same way some kabolt stuff is made in China. Honestly the best cheaper tools for the money is probably Tecton and GearWrench. But Dewalt and miliwaukee make some nice box sets. Miliwaukee has some outstanding wrenches for the money.

  3. I had a 86 K5- the stock floor matts where these rubber horrible mats. Those Chevy mats are after market you could buy at parts stores in late 80’s FYI

  4. I really relate to everything Shawn was saying as I also grew up working in my Dad's body shop. Started sanding customer's cars in 4th grade. The only contrast is my Dad was a SnapOn fan – and so organized I wasn't allowed to put tools away until I was in high school, so he could wipe them off & put em away proper. And he didn't lend them to anyone.

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