’69 Chev Tahoe Short Wheelbase Transformation

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I can’t remember how I stumbled across this build way back in 2007, but I’m sure glad I did. A talented guy named Mike over in Oregon has been cutting, chopping, and welding his 1969 Chevy Tahoe wagon into a work of art. It’s been converted from long-wheelbase to short-wheelbase, had an extra door added, custom suicide hinges, one piece tailgate, rust repairs, airbag suspension, the list is endless!
The most amazing thing about this build is that he’s doing it all himself in his garage.

If you like metal fabrication, this is one build you can’t afford to miss.

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4 Responses to “’69 Chev Tahoe Short Wheelbase Transformation”

  1. Vincent L. says:

    That is extremely impressive! What great vision and engineering/fabrication work that guy does. It looks waaaaaaaaay better shorter. Hero status!

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