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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-21-2007, 10:25 AM Thread Starter
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Some Older than you pics..

C'mon guys, throw some old and new pics up of ur zuks..





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This is the oldest one I can find right now. 2001-right after my first SPOA, 31s, and my $12 paint job. (like yours too BTW )



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2003- Ground up rebuild. Everything brand new. 6 or 7 month build on tight budget.



20 miles after finish of ground up rebuild



Roll cage and other mods



That's all I got right now. The search just crapped out on me. Really only got one pic. left. The last one. My zuk was stolen while going through another complete rebuild. Toys, rear tube, one link rear, two link front, 36" Iroks. I'm looking for a new one now so I can start all over again.

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OMG! That's too bad about the theft. I had a nice caddy stolen from me b4.. It hurts man. Did you recover some of the $$ from insurance? That roll looks serious.. You get hurt? BTW Nice paint scheme. I hope your luck has changed for the better.
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No insurance money. It was about 2 weeks from being complete. It was someone I know but I just didn't have enough to prove it.

The roll was an eye opener. Spent almost a year and a bunch of cash I really didn't need to spend on building it up. Never really thought about a cage. Second time I drove it that happened. Rattled us pretty good and peeled my friend's elbows like bananas when he covered his head. We each ordered a cage from RockRat the next day.

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Found a couple more.







Last one. Start of the rebuild. R.I.P. (rest in pieces) We had a good run buddy.




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