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Let's see your college car...

CrabHusker

Shut up and color
5 Year Member
I don't have pictures of my actual college car, but it was one of these:

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1976 K5 Blazer. Same color scheme as well.

I bought it with 175,000 miles on it in and a dead 350.

Dropped a built 327 in it I bought from a buddy and it served me well for years. Good overall vehicle, but the brakes sucked and it took several suspension mods to take the 'mush' out of the rear suspension. The brake issue was common on Chevy trucks back then. Had a '76 3/4 ton Silverado that ate front brakes and didn't stop well.
 

WestTexasHusker

Starter
5 Year Member
I don't have pictures of my actual college car, but it was one of these:

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1976 K5 Blazer. Same color scheme as well.

I bought it with 175,000 miles on it in and a dead 350.

Dropped a built 327 in it I bought from a buddy and it served me well for years. Good overall vehicle, but the brakes sucked and it took several suspension mods to take the 'mush' out of the rear suspension. The brake issue was common on Chevy trucks back then. Had a '76 3/4 ton Silverado that ate front brakes and didn't stop well.
I loved the K5s!
 

HayBroncSker

Recruit
2 Year Member
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I didn't have an actual pic, but it looked like this. '93 Chevy Beretta. It had 4 cylinders, a tape deck, air conditioning and a driver's side air bag. Transmission went bad around 150,000 miles
 
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