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    Default Pro-touring???

    I found this on another site and thought I would post it here.
    I wonder if ya"ll think this would be new age Pro-Touring?
    I am not sure what it is but I want one! Anyone want to partner up and buy one?
    Enjoy,

    http://student.lssu.edu/~ujones/aa.wmv

    Last edited by 46YearOldKid; 01-07-2005 at 03:07 PM.
    Bill

    Trailers are for BOATS!


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    WoW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    J.T. Mann

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    I Want One!!!
    T.B.
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    It's a Pontiac, how fast can it be?

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    Pretty cool, my daily driver is similar http://s88455272.onlinehome.us/User%.../Zach/zach.htm
    68 Camaro - never to be finished
    06 Silverado - Forged 370, L92 Heads, big cam, 4l80e ect. eventual donor for the above
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KmB2y7uX38I

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    Default Homepage for car

    I finally found some info on the car in video.

    http://www.arielmotor.co.uk/04/frames.htm

    Who is going to order the first one?
    Bill

    Trailers are for BOATS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camaro Zach
    Pretty cool, my daily driver is similar http://s88455272.onlinehome.us/User%.../Zach/zach.htm
    Get some road footage of that NOW!

    -Matt
    Matt
    72 Chevelle 6.0l lsx/th400, twin turbo precision 67mm billets, built 12 bolt, C6 Z06 brakes, Front suspension from SC&C, Fabricated spindles, SPC uppers and lowers, Coilovers, A1000 fuel, etc etc.

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    Default That's just what I needed

    Let's see, If I bought the Atom and then purchased the new 69 repro body I'd have the ultimate pro-touring "Camero" ! ! !
    Phattires68 aka Jason

    68 Camaro Convertible 406 w/ tremec 5spd, Martz front and still working on the rear

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    Quote Originally Posted by phattires68
    Let's see, If I bought the Atom and then purchased the new 69 repro body I'd have the ultimate pro-touring "Camero" ! ! !
    And all for just $100,000
    Bill

    Trailers are for BOATS!

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    Default more info

    Zach that thing is sweet. More info please. Is that an a/c compressor I see?

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    that thing is hardcore. I want one with a supercharged northstar V8 in it though.

    Tony Langlois
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    Theres one for sale in Washington!




    Mileage: 2,900
    Year: 2003
    Colour: Red
    Specification: 220 Honda, 6 speed, Road Pack, LSD, Baffled Sump, Alcon Brakes front, competition brakes rear, Adjustable bounce and rebound dampers, Eibach race and assister springs, competition rod ends, removable steering wheel, polished stainless exhaust system, stainless fixings, 17" wheel package, shift light quick release steering wheel, 3" harnesses, locking fuel cap.
    Notes: Washington registration
    Price: $52,500 (US Dollars)
    Ref: RS
    1966 Volvo

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    Omg!!!!!!!!!! Did You See His Face!! Haha! Thats Awsome!

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    I was in tears when I saw his face...... That was WAY too much fun....
    (Piet now wonders if he can build one..... Hmmmmmmmm)

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    I had the pleasure of having a internship while in highschool at the University of Texas on the formula sae team. We biult a car similar to that one. Got to drive the one from the prevous year and it was crazy. Bad part is that now I compare everything I ride in to it which sucks cause the only things that run that fast and accelerate that hard cost alot of money.

    The car we built weighed about 500 pounds without the driver and had a 600 cc honda f4i motor in it. Compition rules stated that the intake had to be a certain diameter so it only put out about 80 hp but with it being so light the thing accelerated like a rocket.

    best ride i have every had!!!!



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