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Slammed 71
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    Offline 01-17-2011 08:55 PM
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      I am wondering what they did to the front fenders, they look cut and rewelded.
      Lots of labor went into that car, looks very nice but I prefer to see the engine, nothing can compare to the look of a vintage V-8 with some clean valve covers. Why hide it.
      Offline 01-17-2011 09:13 PM
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        Yeah I didn't like the under the hood stuff either but took some imagination and lots of fabrication.
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          (01-17-2011 09:13 PM)jorgem2 Wrote:  I am wondering what they did to the front fenders, they look cut and rewelded.
          Lots of labor went into that car, looks very nice but I prefer to see the engine, nothing can compare to the look of a vintage V-8 with some clean valve covers. Why hide it.

          Mama said if you can't say anything nice don't say anything at all. Therefore I have no comment. Confused
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            RE: Slammed 71

            Personally this is the opposite direction of what I think looks good on our cars.
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              That took allot of talent.
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                Nice custom but I prefer the day2 look when it comes to mods. I understand all the work that goes in to the fabrication of these cars but a lot of times it's just to much.
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                  (01-17-2011 10:14 PM)72fastback Wrote:  Nice custom but I prefer the day2 look when it comes to mods. I understand all the work that goes in to the fabrication of these cars but a lot of times it's just to much.

                  x2 on what he saidrun_horse
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                    RE: Slammed 71

                    those are the rim combination i'm planning on when i get the cobra brakes installed.

                    how u guys liking the 18 inch magnum 500's?
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                      (01-18-2011 12:52 AM)BigPinoyHunk Wrote:  those are the rim combination i'm planning on when i get the cobra brakes installed.

                      how u guys liking the 18 inch magnum 500's?

                      I like
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