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Blake Noble

This is an automotive trend that should be outlawed.

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XP715    6

Could be worse; I remember seeing a beautiful 1968 GTO Judge 4x4 once that turned my stomach.

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FUTURE_OF_GM    26

Buying imports...

Oh wait, that's not what you're talking about. Nevermind then.

(BTW, that looks horrible. We used to have a '55 Chevy here that some redneck had "maide fore bi fore" like that)

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cletus8269    69

i saw a 66 ss 396 impala like that once, if it werent for them being several states over i was going to burn it to the ground. some people just shouldnt have a socket set.

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Camino LS6    866
Would you prefer this done to your El Camino?

Over dropping it on a 4x4 chassis?

Yes, I'd prefer that '67. The wheels are too big, but that doesn't destroy the car and is easily remedied.

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Would you prefer this done to your El Camino?

Nothing wrong with that...it's a big car, and those 20s don't look outsized like a Donk w/ 24s would look...

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Someone, please, ask them what the hell they are thinking? :yuck:

They're trying to sell me a winter beater!

*rolls eyes*

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