We did a little repair work on David's S-10.  It now lays frame and is dreaming of the day it may become the worlds lowest Chevy. 

Daily railing is the norm for this standard cab.

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David's S-10 laying frame. Dave dragged his truck everywhere. shaving out handles and getting ready for prim
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Jim wrapping the dash in fiberglass in preparation for smoothing out and painting. Jimmy working on the dash.
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Seats being wrapped for the new interior. Here's Daves new dual 1/2 port bags. The cups had to be reworked to accommodate the new bags.

Dave's truck has started making progress once again.  We recently tested out some prototype GC valves on it and are now setting up the final suspension parts before the bodydrop begins.  Dave's plan is huge wheels on this small truck.