I finally got around to getting some "good" pictures of the trailblazer tonight. It was a lot of fun as I haven't had a chance to go out and do this with my Bonneville in months so I had a good time taking about 75 pictures and ending up with the following as my favorites.
I am in no way a professional photographer and I simply use a point and shoot digital camera with a good eye for lighting, angles, and backgrounds I would like to think.
Just to recap what the Trailblazer "RS" has done to it'* Exterior:
BTW, everything was done by me, myself, and I over the past month of us owning it. Lots of ideas, planning and sweat in the Florida Heat have been put into this to get the look I wanted (other than lowering it..that is next)
She just hit 12k miles this week!
-HID 6000k Headlights
-Fog Light housing I painted black and installed LED'*
-Front and Rear Bowties I Tinted to give a black to black chrome appearance which changes depending on the angle and on the lighting
-Side moldings I changed from ugly black plastic to color matched to the rest of the paint
-Door handles changed from black plastic to Chrome
-Rocker panels (bottom part under the doors) I changed from black plastic to color matched
-Rear plastic on bumper I color matched
-Tail lights I tinted very dark, almost black on all parts except the parts that light up, those areas I just smoked
-Front Windows Tinted to match rears
-RS badging was added to resemble the badging on the SS models on sides and rear
-Factory 20" SS wheels with 275/45/20 Hankook Ventus ST RH06 tires were added
-Black Bowtie overlays on wheels with RS in the center
-Cross Bar delete (leaving rest of roof rack to make it more unique and not entirely like an SS)
-Stainless Mesh Grille that I spent $2 on and half an hour making
-Gibson Catback Exhaust system
-True Flow Air intake
Onto the pictures: Enjoy!