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Old 04-22-2013, 10:51 AM
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Aw, gee, shucks!! Thanx, NEW INTERIORS. Guess I should post over in the Does your car get attention and do you like it?. Cause I love when someone gives me a for my car. Truth be told, I think anyone who says they DON'T like that acknowledgment is full of it.
And again, thanx for all the help with my little bonding issue!
Anytime... The car look's great.. Give us a side shot of it...I see you have a good eye for detail...

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OK,here ya go!!

I'm lovin' this!!
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I have always liked those cars and yours is outstanding.

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OK,here ya go!!

I'm lovin' this!!
SWEET !!!!!

I can just see it now,, Blown big bock chevy sticking out the hood, Some BIG fatties stuffed under the back..

No just joking !!! Look's great just like it is... very cool !!!!! And Well done..
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SWEET !!!!!

I can just see it now,, Blown big bock chevy sticking out the hood, Some BIG fatties stuffed under the back..

No just joking !!! Look's great just like it is... very cool !!!!! And Well done..
Thanx to both of you. Do you two realize that you have around 18,000 posts combined. Do you ever get any work done?

Brian, did you notice it only has two doors? That was a ton of work.

New Interiors, That's a GM 3.8 ltr V6 with factory S/C. 250HP, 160 at the wheels and most importantly 30 mpg. Oh, and 205/50 17's front, 215/50 17's rear. Your classic big's and little's.
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Thanx to both of you. Do you two realize that you have around 18,000 posts combined. Do you ever get any work done?

Brian, did you notice it only has two doors? That was a ton of work.

New Interiors, That's a GM 3.8 ltr V6 with factory S/C. 250HP, 160 at the wheels and most importantly 30 mpg. Oh, and 205/50 17's front, 215/50 17's rear. Your classic big's and little's.
I did notice that but then because it looks so perfect I just assumed they made one and I didn't know about it! REALLY, I had no idea, very well done. double

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Thanx to both of you. Do you two realize that you have around 18,000 posts combined. Do you ever get any work done?

Brian, did you notice it only has two doors? That was a ton of work.

New Interiors, That's a GM 3.8 ltr V6 with factory S/C. 250HP, 160 at the wheels and most importantly 30 mpg. Oh, and 205/50 17's front, 215/50 17's rear. Your classic big's and little's.
You wouldn't believe what I get done.. Nothing at all today and I loved it..
That 3.8 has a kick to it... I drove a car with one in it and man did it run..
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awesome work. Nice to see a different car being built than the same ol same ol I usually see.
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Old 04-24-2013, 06:48 AM
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A small tube of JB weld will work fine just scuff both sides to be glued...
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