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Post up your full scale rides - 02.17.2007, 08:47 PM

Lets see what you guys are drivin.....

Here is my old 64, sold it now though.


and heres onw with the 59 and the 64

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02.17.2007, 09:18 PM

wow.....Did you buy them from a collector or kept them for the whole time?


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02.17.2007, 09:32 PM

Here's my 78 dodge magnum, its a work in progress but has a 440 and a slapstick auto
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Work because i gotta, play because i wanna

People here hate Nitro, I love it. I start it, run it about 50 ft from me and it dies, I go after it. Perfect exercise

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02.17.2007, 09:38 PM

I have a 78 F150 with a 460 but I never did anything to it... so you don't want to see any pics... ;) I did have some plans for once upon a time... but it's not likely to ever happen

I do have a work van with crome wheels :D


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02.17.2007, 09:56 PM

Soon to be this:

Nissan Xterra Offroad Edition


   
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02.17.2007, 09:59 PM

Heres a picture of my '69 Chevy pickup. I'm putting a 355 in it as we speak.
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02.17.2007, 10:36 PM

Feels wierd posting it up after so many classics...but I drive a:

2004 Infiniti G35 Coupe 6MT



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02.17.2007, 11:12 PM

Damn...
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02.17.2007, 11:24 PM

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Damn...

i aggree, i drive in a mini van:002:

lol i cant drive yet:024:


hey bp, hows it burn rubber?

and i like ur truck squee, i want one of those if i get a truck

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02.17.2007, 11:39 PM

Thanks! It's got quite a few changes coming. Can you say 20x14" rims in the back?
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02.17.2007, 11:56 PM

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Thanks! It's got quite a few changes coming. Can you say 20x14" rims in the back?

YEH!! how wide? i loove WIDE rims lol im wierd u could say but to each his own and i like stuff like that, just looks cool imo:018:
   
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02.17.2007, 11:59 PM

14" wide in the rear. Im gonna make it look factory though. No huge tubs and stuff. Just gonna extend the rear fenderwells to the frame which should allow around 5-6" more room for rims and tires. I could go wider, but 14" is plenty wide. Its pretty simple really. Just get a extra set of fenderwells and cut them up and weld them on to the existing ones to make it look factory.

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02.18.2007, 12:11 AM

cool! going to lower it any? and what about pipes?
   
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02.18.2007, 12:25 AM

Yea. Gonna slam it a good bit. Since I'm putting the 355 in it, I need to run a new exhaust so I'm gonna run stainless 2 1/2" pipes with 2 Borla's. I already got Heddman headers for it.
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02.18.2007, 12:33 AM

YAY!!! u sounds like u like the same style stuff as me =)

its going to be LOUD rite? lol
   
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