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Old 03-27-2005, 09:56 AM
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GM actually builds something we might want...

trailblazer SS, 390HP

fyi I'm ChevelleSS_LS6 there too, and this was my post for those who don't want to read everyone elses:
Kinda reminds me of something I'd make a phantom of, a 1967 Impala SS wagon 427... pure evil... hehehe.
-matt
(a phantom is a "restored" something GM never made. Like a 1955 "ElCamino" made out of a Nomad with a pickup bed made to look authentic.)

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Old 03-27-2005, 10:04 AM
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A phantom hey? I like that, kinda like my '54 Chevy retractable hardtop, I hadn't heard that's what they were called, or even that there was a name for it.

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It looks ok, could use a little more styling, doesn't stand out enough. Wounder how much its going to cost
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Old 03-27-2005, 10:32 AM
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Definitely not my style, I don't care for SUV's. They need to put that LS motor in something about the size of a miata.
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Definitely not my style, I don't care for SUV's. They need to put that LS motor in something about the size of a miata.
/\you mean a 400 HP Pontiac Solstice? Heck yea! That's almost as sick and perverted as my "let's hemi a moped, or a wagon, or a grocery cart" idea.

If Mopar put the hemi in the Crossfire, that would be cool, too.
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Old 03-27-2005, 05:07 PM
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A phantom hey? I like that, kinda like my '54 Chevy retractable hardtop, I hadn't heard that's what they were called, or even that there was a name for it.

Cool

Rich
/\sweet 54, I wish they had 1950s cars that good around here... the only one I can find is a "gone" 56 Pontiac coupe which is essentially stripped and the roof was hacked off. The grille, which doesn't look too useful for a clean street machine may be use of in a traditional-style hotrod or make a nice garage ornament. I have an old Willys-Jeep grille for that, but no garage.
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What are you waiting for, an engraved invitation? Get that car and stuff a 455 in it. It's hotrodding man, not a fashion show.

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