Right now the only exterior work I have done has been selling the 15" TTII's (needed the cash for other work on the Blazer, and those wheels just weren't my style). I replaced them first with 15x8 rallies painted black, then with 20" Bonspeeds.

After looking for almost 2 years I found a decent single wall top for a decent price. Problem was it was north of Sacramento, CA, almost 600 miles from San Diego.

After another long road trip (which cost me more than the top itself), I started to put work into the top.

You can see it was in pretty good shape. Between myself and a friend of mine that has years of experience working with fiberglass, we started restoring the top.

After 2 days of work we didn't finish it, but we did fix the front drivers side corner, the cracks by the windows, and we removed and patched the vent on the top.

I plan on smoothing the top and painting it to match the pearl white on the truck. This will be my last effort after everything else is done.

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