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    1. #101
      Quote Originally Posted by 2112 View Post
      Can't find a better picture, but

      Those oversized Rallye wheels look perfect on that! Damn...


      Good thread!

    2. #102
      Quote Originally Posted by Remedy View Post
      Thanks

      Do you know if there was ever an American version to this?
      I don't think so. Holden, Ford, and Chrysler's Australian lineups have always been pretty much their own thing.
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    3. #103
      Quote Originally Posted by dubdaze68 View Post
      I don't think so. Holden, Ford, and Chrysler's Australian lineups have always been pretty much their own thing.
      Well, the 25yr limit should be up for importing these and I'll definitely have to look into that.

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      Quote Originally Posted by 200HP4dr View Post
      The Monte Carlo/ Cutlass/Regal went up to 1988. Also, the 1988 Caprice Coupe. Beautiful car.




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      I prefer the 77-79 Impala coupes with the sportback glass


      The B bodies are also a great place to get upgraded brakes for your G body, if you want to keep the 15" wheels.
      "The Sebring is an extraordinary car. Ugly to behold and hateful to drive, it is not cheap, elegant, comfortable, practical, prestigious, clever, economical, luxurious, well designed, well thought out or, if the rental car I drove in America this year is anything to go by, especially well made either." - Jeremy Clarkson

    5. #105
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      love this thread.

      Does this count?



      i love how these old japanese cars look like mini pony cars.
      signatures are annoying, right?

    7. #107
      Quote Originally Posted by karl_1052 View Post

      The B bodies are also a great place to get upgraded brakes for your G body, if you want to keep the 15" wheels.

      98-up blazers are a better place to get upgraded brakes for your G body, it keeps the stock front end geometry and has hub assemblies with two piston calipers (also has 12" rotors like B bodies). B body spindles are taller and increase turning radius and bumpsteer unless you run tubular upper control arms to compensate for them.

    8. #108
      Quote Originally Posted by dubdaze68 View Post
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      I came...... To post these pictures

      Your have great taste sir

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      Thought someone said they wanted to see an Opel GT. Here you go.
      https://youtu.be/iAdBojhIpiE

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    10. #110
      Ok...Darts aren't all that "oddball", but this gives me pause....



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    11. #111
      Another Holden Torana:
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      My favorite thread in a long time.
      As my 1st car was a 65 dodge dart gt, this is my current fav "odd" pro touring treatment




      Have a on me...

    13. #113
      I love this style of car modification for the most part, but why the horrendous wheels on 98% of these?
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      In the absence of Wars, people become lazy and sex slaves (not everybody).

    14. #114
      That Dart is gorgeous. You can see a ton of work in it. I always had a soft spot for the "ugly" mopars, the 61-64 deals. Those headlights are interesting. Wonder what they are?
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      Quote Originally Posted by The Igneous Faction View Post
      I love this style of car modification for the most part, but why the horrendous wheels on 98% of these?
      Quote Originally Posted by cockerpunk View Post
      yes, i am bored by FWD driving dynamics, and anyone who doesn't drive there cars to the limits and the beyond.

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      Quote Originally Posted by The Igneous Faction View Post
      I love this style of car modification for the most part, but why the horrendous wheels on 98% of these?
      Old-guys cannot pick decent wheels to save their lives, IMO. Especially the muscle car crowd.
      Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect. - Mark Twain

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      Quote Originally Posted by Accidental L8 apex View Post
      Old-guys cannot pick decent wheels to save their lives, IMO. Especially the muscle car crowd.
      I am usually not one to generalize, but yeah. Lots of chrome torque thrusts, usually in a oddly high offset and a little too big or too small.

    18. #118
      That's why I'm hoping that more and more shops and builders start using my cousin-in-law's tool.


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      Quote Originally Posted by dubdaze68 View Post
      ... Mercury Comet ... Mercury Maverick ...
      Was there a Mercury Maverick? A friend had his patents '75 Ford Maverick when he was in law school 30+ years ago. Back then I thought it was Ford Maverick / Mercury Comet.

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      Quote Originally Posted by dubdaze68 View Post
      That's why I'm hoping that more and more shops and builders start using my cousin-in-law's tool.
      WTF. That's the coolest thing I've ever seen.
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    21. #121
      It is Ford Maverick. I gaffed.
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    22. #122
      Since the other thread of more mainstream cars got bumped, I'll put this up again as well.

      You rarely see any pre-GTO Pontiacs.



      1960 Biscayne:

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    24. #124
      Another road racing Gremlin...



      Lord, I was born a Ramblin' Man.

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      I like that Falcon Ranchero.
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