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Old 11-09-2004, 09:01 PM
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Why a 4Dr sedan?

I have had the car since i was 16. Im 25 now. When i got the car, I did not know the difference between Fuel injection or a carb.
Few years later, worked at a few shops, picked up things here and there.



Ill finish it in the spring. To dam cold out.


1970 Buick Skylark 4Dr Sedan

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Old 11-10-2004, 07:50 AM
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A 13 second 4-door sedan aint bad at all







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You have what my 4 dr Pontiac needs - aka BOP455!!
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I knew I should not have put that pic up. lol. But if the cat it out ot the bag,
Actually, that 13.44 was on street tires, Cracked headers, I blew a header gasket out on the track, on like a 101 degree day, pump gas on a really bad track, 4 years ago, WITH about 3 gallons of filler on the car, 8.5-1 compression.

Best time for the car was 12.8@102 on a better day, fixed exhaust, cooler, slicks. The car has been sitting for a LONG time. School, work. Just have not had time or money. The past few months I have just spent most of my savings to get this thing done.

In the spring, I want 12.2-12.3. If I was more consistent on the tree, I would go lower. I do not want to hit the 11 mark and get tossed off the track for no cage.

But do not tell no one.

This is a newer pic just a few days ago.

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