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Nice Camaro

Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by Scott, Nov 2, 2004.

  1. Scott

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    What a sweet ride and it went for only 40,000 us
     
  3. Eisenflower

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    Plain SICK!
     
  4. Scott

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    The dish on the rear wheels is insain!

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  5. PirateSteve

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    Think of the bad things you would have to do just to live up to that car :o

    SWEET!
     
  6. MK

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    If I owned that car. The spoiler would be coming off, that hood would get changed and the wheels too. Thats a sick dish on those wheels but not my style. I'd rather have something to go with the era of the car instead of a modern spoke like that.
     
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    Agreed. Ditch the spoiler, hood, and throw on a set of nice mags. I'm not diggin' the stereo either.
     
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    That car makes me feel funny in my pants....
     
  9. LeMar

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    :werd: Looks tacky IMO.
     
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    Those BC wheels look tacky? :wtf:
     
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    Keep in mind she also likes those chromies on the mobile strip-club 350Z, so take it for what it's worth. :D
     
  12. Dubsta

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    Oh that is badass...
     
  13. Boots

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    the $20 dish is nutso
     
  14. PirateSteve

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    You'd never find a set of mags to go over the Corvette brake conversion :lol:

    After looking at the pile of pics, I think I would have to ditch some of the stereo gear though. The backseat area is overkill imo.
     
  15. Wolfe

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    id loose the spoiler... the rest of it is bad-ass
     
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    :ugh: after looking at the pics it's a good from far but far from good car.
     
  17. DC5-S

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    jeebus....can we not bring this up again!

    ...and that grill is way too plain. personally, the stock grill is peeomp. it's more jdm! :lol:
     
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    I like the car. I'd lose the audio in the backseat, doesn't suit the car but I think it looks like a monster!
     
  19. BlindmenRacing

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    I like this car other than the hood. To me it looks like that hood belongs on a 86 camaro not a 68. I like older cars though.

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    Badass, love camaros...
     
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    I also love camaros, long live rear wheel drive.
     
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    First impression is everything 8)
     
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    I'd drive it..if i had the money to pay for its gas
     
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    That is a 2-3 inch cowl induction hood.Not even close to what comes on a 80's model Camaro. The cowl induction hood is functional,they reduce under hood heat drastically.
    As for the wheels,if the guys that said they don't fit the era of the car.Take a better look at them.They look just like widened Torque thrust wheels. Every second Camaro or firbird or any muscle car back in the day was running them.Not that wide mind you but the spokes of the wheels are the same.
     
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    I thik it fucking mean I would drive that anyday.I like the old camaros but the 80's one blow chunks
     
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    sweet lookin ride
     
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    Those wheels suckass. I'd rather have a set of deep dish chrome craigers on it.
     
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    I do like the wheels on it,maybe not perfect for the car but they are at least designed with that era in mind.Some cragars would probably be better .
     
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    Yeah Like these!


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    100% better looking than those other shitbox wheels that are already on it.


    Get some kinda sick deep dish in these badboys.
     
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    Bleh. Cragar rims on a classic car are like konigs on an import, played out.
     
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    I completly agree, the 80's was the era of new aged smog regulations where 400CI motors made like 200hp or less.
     

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