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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 05-23-2007, 03:16 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone know this car?

Guess its in Nebraska and it just came out of the barn after many years.
Someone posted it on TorinoCobra






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Never seen it before today. Looks great. 8)
Would look even better with mini or full tubbed IMO.

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Never seen it before today. Looks great. 8)
Would look even better with mini or full tubbed IMO.
No way man. It would look better with some crazy 70's metel flake paint job..maybe in green or something. At least it would go with those crazy slicks.

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Yup. That rear end BEGS to be narrowed.

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Wow..

Wow, now that is a throwback to the 70's. I tried it once on my 69 torino. I jacked up the air shocks, put on some 15x10 wheels with N50 tires and it looked COOL. :roll: :lol: I drove it around the block one time and put the stock GT wheels back on. But that is a real neat look into the past.

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what did it run? was that dust blowing out of the exhaust when he opened it up in the track picture :lol:
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I'd roll it!! Looks pretty sweet. Who cares if the tires stick out
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where was this taken ? the guy in the roadster isnt even using a helmet.
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Wow, now that is a throwback to the 70's. I tried it once on my 69 torino. I jacked up the air shocks, put on some 15x10 wheels with N50 tires and it looked COOL. :roll: :lol: I drove it around the block one time and put the stock GT wheels back on. But that is a real neat look into the past.
I hear ya' Dawg! My 69 Ranchero was like that! N50's on the rear :!: I was the COOLEST kid in school :lol:



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