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The classic judge is better

Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by Boots, Aug 27, 2004.

  1. Boots

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    THat is pretty fuckin' dope.
     
  3. MistressX

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    niiiiiiiice
     
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    wow that is pretty nice
     
  5. rawag77

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    pat you wanker, get your ass to work.
     
  6. Tony

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    looks like a mustang,BMW,Celica all thrown into one!

    But I like it!!
     
  7. Still slow

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    thats sweet
     
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    I don't like it one bit. . . . call it by a different name, or something else.

    All these car companies now are bringing back the muscle car era icon's and slapping the names on these newer plastic cars. . . its gross actually. . . . a car that was once an awesome piece of machinery, a nostalgic piece of history is now some souped up version of grand prix, or whatever the fuck it is. . . . I think its sad, and its ruining the image the older cars had. . . . all for the sake of affiliation. . . . someone will see this thing, find out its called a judge, and get all hot and horny cause they knew someone that had a REAL judge and want to buy this Australian styled bucket. . . quite sad actually. . . .
     
  9. Tony

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    BAHAHAHAHA from a hard core Dodge fanatic!! :lol:

    Dusty filled me in on the badboy dodges from his time for shizzy!!lol
     
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    Nice ride....
     
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    I agree the classic is way better, my cousin has a fully restored 71 or 72 (I forget ) Judge Convertible... that there were only 12 made...fecking sick it is
     
  12. Tony

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    Yes but times are changing & the future IMO is all about Rods that resemble their old time counterparts!!
     
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    i think thats a sweet ride.
     
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    Haha, GFY bitches!
     
  15. Boots

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    Engine Displacement: 6.4L (389 CID)
    Bore: 105.03mm (4.135”)
    Stroke: 92.00mm (3.622”)
    REV Limit: 7000 RPM
    Peak Hp: 575 Hp @ 6800 RPM
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    Cam Shaft: Custom GM Hyd Roller
    Valve lift: 15.75mm (.620”)
    Cam Duration Int: 232 deg @ .050” Tappet
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    I think it's growing on me! I like it more & more! heh bet it'd have a hefty tag on it as well!
     

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