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Topic Review (Newest First)
02-06-2007 06:06 AM
Henry Highrise Welcome aboard.....we are glad to have you with us here at Hotrodders.
02-06-2007 05:46 AM
poncho62 welcome........Cant advertise on the board...use our free classified section.
02-06-2007 01:12 AM
Buick Roadmaster

Recently got interested in the 1994-1996 Buick Roadmaster Wagons as a retro kid hauler that also hauls the mail ! I've got two, a 94 project car and a 96 one-owner very low mileage southern car that looks and drives new. Previous experience as auto enthusiasts includes performance mods to VW Jettas and Passat, Audi Quattros, and E-Class Mercedes.

The Roadmaster reminds me of the big American cars of the 1970's, very solid, long wheelbase, full perimeter frame, and enormous interiors. The fixed skylight and the LT1 Corvette engine are nice touches.

Will be doing performance mods on both, starting with better dual exhausts to replace the anemic 2.5 inch stock systems. Also mounted new Plus One rubber, some flashy Firestone Firehawk Indy 500 RWL's for bigger footprint and a little bling.


Long live Chevy small blocks !

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