You’re along for the ride as we continue to build SQRBDY into our dream truck! Check this page for regular updates on upcoming projects.
People say there’s no need to reinvent the wheel. We beg to differ.
We threw these beauties on and made our way up I-75, Nashville-bound. What a huge difference. Check out this before and after.
See you at the next show!
We are so pumped something so small is making such a big difference. Couldn’t be happier with the way these SQRBDY emblems look on the truck.
We are so excited to finally have a tach! Of course, the side-effect of having a killer new gauge cluster is a definite bonus.
Dan Poole of PoolesMill Garage hooked us up with a quick install with our upgraded bezel, just in time for our stop at Hot Rod Power Tour’s zMax Dragway stop in North Carolina.
The VHX-73C-PU gauge cluster by Dakota Digital retains the period look of the original cluster, while providing us with tons of cool data like 0-60 time, quarter mile time, high speed and RPM recall, and all the pressure and temperature numbers we could want.
Up Next: Custom emblems and new wheels
We “wrapped” up the last of our upholstery needs with this cup holder wrapped in leather made by Cato’s Custom Upholstery.
Check out this video featured on the Whitlock Garage YouTube channel (stick around for the burnout at the end)
Goodbye lumpy upholstery and broken springs, hello luxury! Our new custom seat and door panel inserts are now installed. Phil Cato and Fernadno of Cato’s Custom Upholstery used the original frame with custom made foam. Materials are from Relicate Leather and Moore & Giles.
This Blazer has just one previous owner, and we’ve tried to keep our alterations low key, as the truck was in fantastic shape when we got it.
1987 Chevrolet Blazer 1/2 Ton TBI
4 inch Procomp lift
Mickey Thompson Classic III Polished Wheels 15x12
Mickey Thompson Baja Radial MTZ Tires 33’s
Interior is all stock
Softopper soft top
New rear end with posi