|Today 12:57 PM|
Ya never know about dem Svedes....
|Today 11:44 AM|
|Too Many Projects||
I think we saw that one aboot a year ago, but I don't recall the custom "gasser" exhaust then...
|Today 11:18 AM|
|Today 11:14 AM|
As we Norwegians say, Ufda! I could ALMOST like the workmanship until I got to the door mirror, Ufda!
|Today 11:10 AM|
Well...Words just escape me. And to think you could have owned it when it was offered on ebay....Sitting as low as you do in a Vette, I wonder how you can see over the grill shell....
|Yesterday 01:17 AM|
|05-25-2015 07:39 PM|
|mud.man.rj||The flares were cool back then, even saw a few body kits similar for trucks back 15 years or so.|
|05-25-2015 06:28 PM|
|496CHEVY3100||I would have to leave the flares for Mark Hamill ,not my style.|
|05-25-2015 02:22 PM|
|Custom10||Looks like nice workmanship but not sure not my cup of tea, too much flair there, pity.|
|05-25-2015 12:43 PM|
BIG flares, must be a seventies creation.
Under those flares are low profile tires on very wide wheels.
|05-05-2015 12:54 PM|
ogre likes it
he'd look stunning driving this shark
|05-05-2015 07:37 AM|
|05-04-2015 06:24 PM|
No the car belong to Geoff Hacker of "Forgotten Fiberglass" The car is a Covington Tiburon “Shark”. I follow Hackers site and blog regularly. The car is a very early limited production fiberglass car from 1962. I believe it was a kit car. Hacker just took this car to the Amelia Island Concours.
You searched for tiburon - forgottenfiberglass.com
|05-04-2015 05:31 PM|
and has shark letters on nose must be an Early prototype
|05-04-2015 04:41 PM|
. Reminds me of something that would easily catch the wind and do a blow over backflip at high speeds... like 75 MPH...
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