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I picked up this 1972 burb down in Olive Branch, MS, about 4 hours away from me. It is a really solid burb. A couple of rust spots, but overall it's real solid.

Not a fan of the rear of it too much, but it's growing on me. I plan on drilling out the door handles so I'm not leaving them shaved. The guy has the parts for a 67 front end already and that was a selling point for me.

It has 2 inch drop coils in the front, 4 inch in the rear w/1in block, Drop Shocks all the way around and it's already been C-Notched. Also already has the Adjustable Track Bar installed. He gave me a set of bags to go with it because I've toyed with the idea of just bagging the rear to get it lower. I'll probably try my luck with schrader valves if I do.

Came with all new weatherstripping except for the rear side windows.

My plans(as of now)

5.3/6.0 LS Engine
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Lower it more!!!
Going to go Blue and White Patina
Newer Chevy Tahoe Seats

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I don't care for the dash so I'll have to put a factory one back in it somehow.

Going to part ways with the seats also, don't know if they are worth anything or not.

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:cogratulations: Looks like a great project! Pretty clean looking truck as far as rust (or lack of) is concerned!!! :phatyo:

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After looking over the pictures again those drop lower control arms are kinda scary.....


...and looks like you need shock relocators big time for the rear (of course you will if you bag) but at least the frame's already notched for you!

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Great start for a project Bryan. Patience definitely paid off. The rear gate looks cool being smooth and all but I think you are probably gonna miss the functionality of being able to open and close it to load and unload stuff.

What are your plans for the patina? You gonna do a faux patina??

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yea, I'm going to try it. Want to come over and help?

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Glad you found one. Looks like a good start. I was going to ask how you were going to patina it as well. I'd love to come over and help just to find out how it's done.


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After looking over the pictures again those drop lower control arms are kinda scary.....


Good eye. Don't think I'd trust those in anything, particularly a family hauler.

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Bryan, what's up with the rubber chicken? lol Just noticed that. Looks like a neat project.

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Looks like a great start bro!

I know you didn't ask for opinions... but I'll voice mine anyway...

Don't care for the modified lower control arms... maybe they could be better reinforced... but I'd probably change em.

The whole fauxtina thing is a hard look to pull off. I've seen lots of em that look good at a distance... not so hot up close.... You sure you don't wanna get that 67 front clip mounted and then hit it with some Hot rod flatz to match the roadster?

I also think you're gonna miss the access you're losing with the loss of the rear gate... but now is the time to change it if you think you want to... if you're planning on filling that area with speakers anyway... might not be an issue. Go with your gut on it though! ;-)

I'm also thinking about doing an LS conversion... still on the learning end of it though. Supposedly the 5.3 and 6.0 are pretty close hp wise... think the 6.0 makes more torque though. I'm shooting for doing the swap when car show season ends... but who knows. I'm planning on an all stock 5.3 with as low a mileage as I can find and afford... I'm hoping I can use my brothers LS swap experience to make my own go a bit smoother... and cheaper.


Good luck bro! I know it's gonna be awesome! ;-)


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I'm also thinking about doing an LS conversion... still on the learning end of it though. Supposedly the 5.3 and 6.0 are pretty close hp wise... think the 6.0 makes more torque though.


Here's why I'll go the 6.0 route. Keep in mind the article's over two years old, so there's even more stuff out there now.

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I admit... I didn't read the whole article... just skimmed the first page... but yea... the 6.0 has the potential to make more power, no doubt. I kinda figured that a stock 5.3 is already going to make more power and be more reliable and efficient then my 350... and cheaper then a 6.0 . :wink:


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This thing is cool B! Can't wait to see what you have planned for it!

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see ten wrote:
I admit... I didn't read the whole article... just skimmed the first page... but yea... the 6.0 has the potential to make more power, no doubt. I kinda figured that a stock 5.3 is already going to make more power and be more reliable and efficient then my 350... and cheaper then a 6.0 . :wink:


Absolutely. I only mentioned that in case you hadn't heard of the head swap for the 6 liter.

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I admit, I'm not too fond of the tailgate myself, but I figured it would be like the blazer. I'm not sure even how to go about changing it. I also need to figure out tail lights and the gas neck since it was welded over too with no plan.

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Don't really want to match the blazer. I've always liked the look of Tim's old burb with the blue and white top.

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Bryan, is the tailgate welded up or just bondo'd? Since they didn't do anything on the inside, I'm curious if they took the cheap way out with bondo. If it's welded, the way I would go about changing it would be to find another Suburban and get EXACT measurements of the tailgate's location and use a cutoff wheel to separate it. Shoot, if they didn't bother grinding down the weld very well, you might even be able to get the primer off and see the weld lines. Similar process for the taillights. Hopefully you won't have to drill through any welds. Hardened metal isn't good for your bits - I would use cutting oil, or at least some kind of lube.

What's up with the rubber chicken on the trailer?

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Go to the GD section on the big board and find the trucks are for chickens thread.

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I think you can cut it back apart and dress it up. I'd like to see it with a working gate myself, but it's not my 'Burb :mrgreen:

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yea, I'm going to try it. Want to come over and help?


I was going to whether you asked me or not. :haha:

Seriously though, I would be real interested in helping you find the best way to do a faux patina. I have a multicolored truck right now, and it's gonna be really hard to match the color and age of the paint that's on most of my truck, so I am all for using your truck as a guinea pig. :floored:

I did some research on this a few years ago. It wasn't the faux patina, but actually using a rust promoter in areas that you sand down/scuff up. They even have some kind of protectant/clear coat to stop the patina when it gets to the look that you want. It was really inexpensive as I remember. I still have the links to it on my other computer. It can be bought locally at one of those Chain Hobby Shops. Maybe we can round up some old sheet metal to experiment on if you are interested.

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Once I find a pass door, we'll do it.

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Go to the GD section on the big board and find the trucks are for chickens thread.


I don't see anything.

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http://67-72chevytrucks.com/vboard/show ... p?t=380490

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My bad, I completely missed you saying the big board. Thanks.

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Here's the episode of Trucks where they did a "faux-tina" finish on their AD truck:

http://www.powerblockswag.com/Trucks_DVD_2009_Episode_22_p/tk2009-22.htm



Might be worth $5 to buy the episode

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Might be worth $5 to buy the episode


Agreed. Might just order it.

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Whoa, even better!

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Got a little done today.

I started on my fauxtina paint job

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I also yanked out the automatic steering column with no tilt and unbolted the dash. I guess I'm going to have to take a sawsaw to it and cut it out. It looks like the just covered it with another piece because I can see the old dash behind it.

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Finished the other side today with a little help.

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Nice. Getting the fam involved. Are you using the duplicolor paint like in the show or something else?


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Yes, I'm using the duplicolor. So far all I've used just one quart.

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:flag: :agree: What they said. :phatyo: :exit:

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Wish I could see, bet it looks good though.

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Got the bags bolted into the rear

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I know nothing about "fauxtina" so I will ask, is that why it's that reddish brown color? Maybe you could give me quick overview of the process?

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if you check out the 2nd video (closest to your post) they go through the process in a few minutes...

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I messed up the red color. Actually, I didn't mess up. I did exactly what they said, but it made the wrong color. I'll do it over.

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I went home and watched the video. I understand now.

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I messed up the red color. Actually, I didn't mess up. I did exactly what they said, but it made the wrong color. I'll do it over.


What's wrong with it? Doesn't look that bad in the pics to me.


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I can see clearly now (in my best Johny Rivers) and it looks good! Now we just need to get "it" motivated.

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It's not red enough, it said to go 4 parts orange to 1 part black. It was burnt orange and I'm not a good mixer so by the end of it I still had that orange. I needed more black. I have some bodywork to do first before I do anymore.

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UH okay. What happened to the 50 something project Bryan?

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I sold it a couple months ago when I found this.

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Oh Ok.
Is that patina paint job going to have to be redone every so often? I'm totally clueless on that? It does look like rust.

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