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Honda Civic vtec from 98. Great car. That's not the actual photo, just something I got from google, it's the same color and everything. Just picture is extremely dirt and with a lot of scratches+small bumps all around.

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An '04 Vauxhall Corsa Comfort 1.2. Like this one, but obviously not this one.

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Only has 33,000 miles on the clock and in the two months that i've owned it i've only driven it 60 miles or so.

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Well Opel do rebadge their products in a lot of different places. According to Wiki it's a rebadged Vectra.

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My everyday vehicle is a 98 Ford Exploder E.B. and a project 71 Monte Carlo in the barn.

Still can't figure out how to post pics.

Like tis mi breddah.

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My everyday vehicle is a 98 Ford Exploder E.B. and a project 71 Monte Carlo in the barn.

Still can't figure out how to post pics.

Whats the monte Carlo got under the hood?

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My everyday vehicle is a 98 Ford Exploder E.B. and a project 71 Monte Carlo in the barn.

Still can't figure out how to post pics.

Whats the monte Carlo got under the hood?

Fresh 350 sbc bored .40 over with an Edelbrock performer cam and carb, torker II intake, and shiny covers.

I likey da shiny.

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My everyday vehicle is a 98 Ford Exploder E.B. and a project 71 Monte Carlo in the barn.

Still can't figure out how to post pics.

Whats the monte Carlo got under the hood?

Fresh 350 sbc bored .40 over with an Edelbrock performer cam and carb, torker II intake, and shiny covers.

I likey da shiny.

If I didn't have my el camino, I'd be extremely jealous. I love monte carlos

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My next project car I'm hopin for a late 60's El Camino.

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Yay i posted a pic! :clap:

I have a '71 with a high winding 327 out of an old vette and an ancient swap meet supercharger

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Been awhile since I posted an update on my Challenger. This is what I forcast for it for now.

Twin turbo charged 440 6-pack (To many details to list about it) 700+ hp

5-speed Passon A-855 transmission

8 3/4 rear end with 3:24 gears

Willwood 4 wheel discs

Fikse 5S profil series rims (unsure of tires)

Alterktion front suspension

Streetlynx 4 bar rear suspension

Switch Y exhaust system

Powder coated undercarriage and interior shell

Dynamat all throughout the car to reduce heat and sound

Ceramic coated heads, under hood. etc to reduce heat

Frame connectors

New rear lower quarters

The car will be made into a T/A model Challenger painted red with a black vynil roof.

The car DOES NOT look like this, It's in peices right now, being chopped up for body work

Does anyone know of an excellent sound system? Thats something I have yet to research.

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This is my grandfather's car

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1964 Chevy Impala Convertible with red interior, everything inside this baby is classic and never replaced (all knobs and switches original, radio, soft top, seats, engine, etc.)

In the first picture there is a wood block there to just hold the hood open a little.

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Twin turbo charged 440 6-pack (To many details to list about it) 700+ hp

The fact that you are going to turbocharge a 440 kills me inside a little bit. WHY!?!?!?! You could fit a low profile weiland supercharger in there and eliminate any lag that the turbos will have.

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