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PostPosted: Mon Jun 05, 2017 11:38 pm 
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Pics or it didn't happen.


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 06, 2017 1:51 am 
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Lol to be honest I have no idea what most of that list even means, I might post a pic of my real car when it's not dark and raining, after it gets washed


On a related note, have any of you guys ever owned a c3 corvette? There's quite a few nice 77-80 for sale around here for decent prices, and a few stingrays as well. I'm considering buying one next year but know next to nothing about them, I just like that body style

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It is the equivalent of a gecko45 tactical spec sheet. If I recall correctly that car designation is the most stripped down hyper economy model with an anti performance engine.

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 06, 2017 4:07 am 
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:lol: I think it's a copy paste of an ancient bait post from a car forum, I forget where I found it but I figured I'd save it to post here

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 06, 2017 12:53 pm 
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:lol: I was going to kick you in the balls for that list, but I was afraid you actually made that many changes to a car to "achieve" 285 horse. :roll:
Glad to hear it was BS. :D


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No shortage on ammo there; 10 o'clock low.

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A project car and a work in progress. I have allot to do on the property this summer so i probably won't do much with it this year. But i plan to finish it next summer. The body is my own design. It obviously still needs to be straightened out but there are also still allot of features missing still. I plan to build it a custom engine next summer with a goal of at least 500hp and as much as 700.

It's actually not for competition. Just a personal craft project meant to have fun with when done and not much else beyond usual car uses.

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PostPosted: Sat May 23, 2020 4:46 pm 
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A project car and a work in progress. I have allot to do on the property this summer so i probably won't do much with it this year. But i plan to finish it next summer. The body is my own design. It obviously still needs to be straightened out but there are also still allot of features missing still. I plan to build it a custom engine next summer with a goal of at least 500hp and as much as 700.

It's actually not for competition. Just a personal craft project meant to have fun with when done and not much else beyond usual car uses.

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What is the donor vehicle? I see where you are going with it. Massaged and painted it will be cool. Is it all metal? Props to you having the stones to make it yours.

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I'd need a 50" monitor to view this image, it's massive. :shock:
I recognize those headlights though, but can't put my finger on it. Toyota maybe?


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naz wrote:
A project car and a work in progress. I have allot to do on the property this summer so i probably won't do much with it this year. But i plan to finish it next summer. The body is my own design. It obviously still needs to be straightened out but there are also still allot of features missing still. I plan to build it a custom engine next summer with a goal of at least 500hp and as much as 700.

It's actually not for competition. Just a personal craft project meant to have fun with when done and not much else beyond usual car uses.

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What is the donor vehicle? I see where you are going with it. Massaged and painted it will be cool. Is it all metal? Props to you having the stones to make it yours.


The base is an 01 camaro. Now it's mechanically a frankencar. Body materials are fiberglass, carbon fiber and body filler.

Headlights are aftermarket toyota celica


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