: A few pics of my 2004 Escalde ESV black 22's



Madspeed
10-25-12, 12:04 AM
Outfitted for a highway trip.:thumbsup:



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the cadillac man
10-25-12, 12:22 AM
Outfitted for a highway trip.:thumbsup:



Man you need some hids in your fog lights it is a lot better I like the bar on the front did you have to remove the hooks?

Sentinelist
10-25-12, 02:23 AM
I like this. What box do you have?

sprink60
10-25-12, 08:14 AM
I like it...especially the contrast of the Black on White. It just screams.."Let's run out to LA for a week or two!!"

jnrsesv
10-25-12, 08:39 AM
Man you need some hids in your fog lights it is a lot better

Right on!!

Also looks as if the headlamp housings are in need of "clearing the fog".

Great looking Eskie.

Snowboarder
10-25-12, 10:50 AM
clean!!

Madspeed
10-25-12, 07:51 PM
Man you need some hids in your fog lights it is a lot better I like the bar on the front did you have to remove the hooks?
Yeah the I am looking into getting an HID kit for the fogs, and Yes I had to remove the hooks. The bar bolts to the frame in their place.



I like this. What box do you have?

By box I assume you mean the roof carrier...lol Its just one from Sears I think.


I like it...especially the contrast of the Black on White. It just screams.."Let's run out to LA for a week or two!!"

LOL yeah, Thats pretty much what I use it for, lots of Interstate travel. So fitting you would say that...


Right on!!

Also looks as if the headlamp housings are in need of "clearing the fog".

Great looking Eskie.

Yeah the driver headlight is is worse shape. I was thinking of a black housing headlight but I am not sure if there is a decent one made. Most of the "cloudyness" seems to be on the inside of these lights. I have sanded them down a few times ...


thanks for all the comments.:thumbsup:

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the cadillac man
10-25-12, 08:42 PM
Yeah the I am looking into getting an HID kit for the fogs, and Yes I had to remove the hooks. The bar bolts to the frame in their place.

By box I assume you mean the roof carrier...lol Its just one from Sears I think.

LOL yeah, Thats pretty much what I use it for, lots of Interstate travel. So fitting you would say that...

Yeah the driver headlight is is worse shape. I was thinking of a black housing headlight but I am not sure if there is a decent one made. Most of the "cloudyness" seems to be on the inside of these lights. I have sanded them down a few times ...

thanks for all the comments.:thumbsup:



Take the housings out remove one of the caps and pour a bit of water in there work it around and it should clear right up(let them sit for a bit)

Madspeed
10-26-12, 12:11 AM
thanks for the tip...Ill try it out over the weekend.

couple more from the same day....

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the cadillac man
10-26-12, 12:29 AM
thanks for the tip...Ill try it out over the weekend.

couple more from the same day....



Nice plates also remove the drl or turn/running light bulb to gain access to make pouring the water in easier
Ps where did you get the black caddy logo disc on the back?

Madspeed
10-26-12, 11:41 AM
I just painted it. Everything that is black is done with "plast-dip". This way it could all be removed and the chrome is preserved.

Carvone
10-26-12, 01:02 PM
Your Caddy looks great, I've been reading up on the Plasi-Dip stuff, seems to be the "in" thing right now on all the car sites. Some people are doing entire cars with the stuff haha. Your front grille looks good, I might do that with mine, do you have any close up pics of it? How many coats did you use?
Maybe it's my cheap monitor at work but your right rear door looks a different shade of white in all those pics?? Has it ever been repainted?

the cadillac man
10-26-12, 01:18 PM
Your Caddy looks great, I've been reading up on the Plasi-Dip stuff, seems to be the "in" thing right now on all the car sites. Some people are doing entire cars with the stuff haha. Your front grille looks good, I might do that with mine, do you have any close up pics of it? How many coats did you use?
Maybe it's my cheap monitor at work but your right rear door looks a different shade of white in all those pics?? Has it ever been repainted?

You ain't the only that has noticed it and am using my iphone

Madspeed
10-26-12, 01:26 PM
Lol. I really don't know what happened in that pic in the door. The sun I guess. It's never looked like that before so I dunno. Lol. The plasti-dip stuff is simple. It's pretty much a can per wheel. And one for the grill. I did a light coat then a heavier one on the second. Then just touched it up on the last coat. It's great stuff. It peels off as if it was coated in a vinyl decal. I can get some close up pics after the weekend. I have driven it from NY to Fl and no chips. Part of the characteristic of the plasti-dip makes it almost "rubbery". I have been pleased with the product and the results.

Pitbull14218
01-24-13, 06:41 PM
Bump your truck looks awesome, I want to plasti dip my grill too now