Yours was red with a burgandy interior too? Shiiiiet! Same here! As for interiors, I can actually reuse the dashboard that I’m freshly fabricating for yours, as well as the seats. Door panels will change, as will dressing panels in the interior, but it’ll all be good. The exterior sheetmetal was revamped in 1990 though, so not much is shared between the two variants there(though I can definitely reform it to match the '80s Century). I’ll also need to fabricate new windows for the C-pillars, but that’s easy.
Now, for my K15 and Blazer, here’s one of the pics:
That doesn’t really do them justice though. The Blazer alone has 8 sets of wheels, 2 entire interiors(with custom seats, center consoles, door panels, dashboards, and steering wheels), 4 front bumpers, 2 rear bumpers, 2 sets of mirrors, 5 grilles, 4 headlight variants, several radio head units, several trim types, an engine and drivetrain components, and a full set of openable doors. It is the most comprehensive model of one of those things ever. The K1500 is less comprehensive but more specifically detailed, with a bodykit and interior courtesy of MarkIII conversions, a Leer camper top, and sawblade wheels made ONLY for the chevys of that time by American Racing. Finding that info is more of a pain in the ass than I’d like to admit. Now I make take a while in hacking these frankencars together, but I’m pretty sure that the work speaks for itself.