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not as bad as a chevelle but still???

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by resurrected_jimmy, Jul 4, 2005.

  1. resurrected_jimmy

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    Not as bad as most of the converted rigs. Better than the 83 Mustang around here. But still it isn't for me.
     
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    Its makes a little more sense , as the El Camino was shown in the Chevy truck catalogues .
     
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    Its not bad at all.

    I took these in a Wal-Mart parking lot a while back and kept forgetting to post them - I like it because it looks like the owner actually uses it and did a good jog putting it together. Of course the warning light is redundant, the car is warning enough. :D I still can't figure out why you would do this...

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    If you look closely I think you can see "Deliverence" spelled out in the chain hanging from the back bumper.
     
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    but where do you mount the shotgun rack?
     
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    I think that both of those rigs are sweet. To each their own... those guys probably look at us and say "Why the hell do those guys build K5's and leave the K5 bodies on them...??" or "Why the hell do those guys put so much $$ in their rigs just to go break them...??"

    I say whatever blows your skirt up, as long as you like your rig when you are done who gives a $hit what anyone else thinks...
     
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    I still ask WHY? But whatever floats your boat.
     
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    what ever works for you. There is an early 80's camaro around here or there use to be that was on 38's.
     
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    I think that trars are awsome. If I had the $$ and technical skills, I would take on a project like this. I know a boy who has a Camaro on 44" Ground HAWGS. These machines may not be what we're usued to, but the engineering involved in making them hold together is something that I admire. Maybe I am immature, but I would feel pretty cool driving a car on 44's around my small town.
     
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    ronny, was that camaro sold to the boy that owns thrill hill mud bog in Thomaston? Was the camaro white?
     

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