Hit and Fix 

On Labor Day I was called into work. As I was making a left hand turn towards the shop, a man in a 1990s GMC ran the red and ripped my front clip off, and bent the fenders, frame, and radiator, and also shattered my power steering pulley. After it was adjusted by insurance, my father and I determined it was fixible, and preceeded to pull out the radiator out (I had the old one sitting around ready for action) and replace the power steering pulley. We then drove it to his shop 17 miles away and mended it the rest of the way, with hammers, breaker bars, and a 110 welder. Then I bought a parts Jeep (same color) and took the fenders and grille off it and put them on Brick. Then I drove it and she actually feels near nothing different since before the wreck. It did get totaled, but I bought it back, and now have fixed it for really not much at all, so I think it is worth totally worth it!

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The grill is done

The grill is done

Bodywork
Painted and re assembled , now on to reworking the wiring in the truck
Showing off the new front end parts

Showing off the new front end parts

Bodywork
NNew hood new fender new radiator support new fender well new battery tray new hood pieces
paint and body work

paint and body work

Bodywork
started the paint and body work that took them 6 months to complete
Paint

Paint

Bodywork
Got the front fenders painted and now starting to reassemble the front end
Floor pan

Floor pan

Bodywork
Underneath the rubber rise carpet was a lot of oyster from a leak through the kick panel. I pulled up all of the rubberized carpet in insulation...
MORE BODYWORK!!

MORE BODYWORK!!

Bodywork
Getting the front end worked out