Pics of day 2/nosalgic drag 2nd gen camaros

Discussion in 'Project Progress' started by meangreen73, Mar 6, 2012.

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    L88 hood is much better. The cowls always look bad on theses cars.
     
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    Interesting finish on your driveway
     
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    Thanks. Im really happy with how it looks
     
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    Whats so interesting about it? lol Its just sealed concrete
     
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    Ive seen your progress thread. Awesome car. I love the slotted wheels and the stance of the car. The color and no back spoiler is awesome too
     
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    i absolutly luv your day 2 look ditching the cowl hood was a good move, i actually had a 73 type same color as your car back in the day, my hood came from motion, and i never painted it left it black, also i ran 7 inch cragers on front w 10s and n50s on back, youve done a good job i like em like that!
     
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    Thanks man, I agree with u! I think they should be built like they would of been back in the day, unless it sacrafices performance, drivability, or safety. Im happy with how it looks. The only thing I might do is lower the back end down a little. I think it will look better and I think it may be hard to hook at the track with it sitting that high.
     

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