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Old 01-18-2006, 09:39 PM
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Hiding the master cylinder

Gday everyone I'm in Australia and I am trying to hide the master cylinder in my car. The car is a GM Monaro ( GM Australia bought it out copying the camaro). Ive been advised that a remote booster system is the way to go. How does it work and what will I need to complete the job. Thanks

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What does the "Manaro" look like Could you send a pic of it just for the heck of it ,, I've never seen one. Or does it just look like a Camaro?
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http://www.monaroclubsa.asn.au/AMD05.htm#







Cool looking cars!!!!!!!!

ooohhh ooohhh I get its It looks like a Monte Carlo & a Camaro had a child!!

Get it MON ARO!!!
DAMN & I FINGERED that out before NOON!!!

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I have to say after looking at a few some of them look like other pieces of america cars I see Mopar & Ford & Pontiac so far...



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Those are pretty cool looking. They kind of resemble the Nova also.
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