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BADDEST BEAST ON THA STREET'
by BIGG DIESEL AND HIS SILVERBACK MACHINE from Cali Mountain Man | October 27, 2010
1993 GMC SILVERBACK~BEAST"
The interior lacked serious thought & Design. Meaning,they just threw a few things out the L/T
from the same year as always. I think they really shoulda givin it a Identity of its own. Other than that I made all the Nessasary Changes. Now bring on your newer yuk or truck Chevy, Dodge, or Fard"
She' truely my favorite ever!