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That DOES suck, and while I agree that it was a much nicer

car when it was unmolested I would ROCK that thing like

Paige & Plant.

*writing down phone number*

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If I somehow gt $1500 of expendable income in the next

few days that will be my daily driver for the winter! :P

What's done is done, no sense burning money trying a

half-assed fix. I'm sure too much has been hacked up for

a quick fix with just a new frame. I would just enjoy the

crazy end result and call it a day.

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Don't hate , APPRECIATE! :P

Why destroy it? Just enjoy it. There would be something

super-fun about going mudding with all 4 widows down.

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Camino LS6    866
Don't hate , APPRECIATE! :P

Why destroy it? Just enjoy it. There would be something

super-fun about going mudding with all 4 widows down.

Um no, that's a parts car now.

Sad.

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staceface    0

They probably have a diagram in crayon on the ceiling of their white trash trailer showing HOW to reproduce.

Redneck Sex Manual?

<< IN >> OUT

REPEAT

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They probably have a diagram in crayon on the ceiling of their white trash trailer showing HOW to reproduce.

Redneck Sex Manual?

<< IN >> OUT

REPEAT

This assumes they can read.

Seriously, this would make the great start of a pro street car or drag car.

Chris

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http://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/cto/920854954.html

Apparently it has a younger brother. And the wing on the back is definitely 2 Fast 2 Furious! Douchebags.

That thing needs to be the personal car for Larry the Cable Guy.

Chris

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When I was a boy growing up in rural Wisconsin, there was a 57 Chevy with one of those wild 70's custom paint jobs and the 4X4 Treatment, as well as a 68 Camaro SS/RS that was made 4WD as well.

I've also seen it done to a couple of mid 70's firebirds and a 73 Buick convertible.

Still trying to understand the appeal.

Chris

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XP715    6
When I was a boy growing up in rural Wisconsin, there was a 57 Chevy with one of those wild 70's custom paint jobs and the 4X4 Treatment, as well as a 68 Camaro SS/RS that was made 4WD as well.

I've also seen it done to a couple of mid 70's firebirds and a 73 Buick convertible.

Still trying to understand the appeal.

Chris

When I was knee-high to a grasshopper there was a guy around here that did that to a REAL '69 GTO Judge. Even at that young age, I always hoped that somebody would pull him out of the window of that car by his head and kick him in the balls repeatedly.

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balthazar    2,029
Um no, that's a parts car now.

Oh, come on; buck up. You better than most know what it takes- this is no parts car. Example~

Before:

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During:

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After:

last2.jpg

2 years (I know; makes ya sick, don't it?) elapsed time.

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Balthazar:

Now THAT is hot. A+ for Yankee Inginuity! :)

As far as that '73 Malibu.,.. it was gross in stock

form too, what an ugly pile compared to a '72

or not to mention '64-'70 Malibu, still better than

a "DONK" &#036;h&#33;pile ridin' on 33" rims. :rolleyes:

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