Elliott's REBUILD thread

junior3815

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Well guys dad made the final decision so we are fixing the heavy chevy.
Just wanted to start a list and suggestion thread of what to tell the body shop to do since i am not quite sure myself:lol:

Here is what she looked like

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Go ahead boys fire away.

THE LIST: Blank as of now:)
 

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The first thing you should do is decide what front end you want and what the body shop will do. If you want and they'll do the '06 front, go for it.

EDIT: Never mind. I saw in the other thread that you're keeping the existing front end.
 

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-No bedrails
-No chrome fender lips.

The rest has my approval, whatever it is.

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I'd definitely go with the '03-'06 tail lights again. IMO they look much better.

PTM front bumper cap and maybe the valance.

If you didn't get them before, get the TYC Elegante headlights. I believe you wanted to do HID's and they are the best lens for that. I wouldn't have the body shop install the HID's though as they are most likely against the law.

PTM or chrome door handles???? :dunno: Not sure how that would look.
 

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The taillights wont damaged. I was talking about PTMing the valance bumper cap and door handles but i heard it would flake??? But i want those done! and what about PTM mirror caps
 

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