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Old 05-02-2008, 11:22 AM   #1
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Default If you have a long way to go and a short time to get there..

Then this is the car for you
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1978-...QQcmdZViewItem

That is just MINT!!! The only problem I have with it is that I think the real trans am they used was a slush box.... But I'll take a 4 on the floor anyways...
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BE-A-U-TIFUL car.

They sure didn't have any balls performance-wise, but the unbeatable look of the car compensates for that 100%

I love it.
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Ya, the 6.6 is a really, really dog motor (points to sig).
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Yeah.... VERY lethargic, but sounds great with a good exhaust.
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that is a very beautiful car.
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the '78 is from the second movie isnt it? i would have to drive that thing. i couldn't let it remain a show-piece.
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Other than being nastolgic, your Jeep is more responsive that thing. Trust me.
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whoa give me some credit... i was simply stating that i would grow out my mullet, cruise around and not park it for another thirty years. just looking fast is alright with me when it comes that generation of firebirds.
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Other than being nastolgic, your Jeep is more responsive that thing. Trust me.

That car dont have to be fast. It looks fast standing still.
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whoa give me some credit... i was simply stating that i would grow out my mullet, cruise around and not park it for another thirty years. just looking fast is alright with me when it comes that generation of firebirds.
Gotcha!

Yes, a mullet is a definite prereq. to driving that thing! And, you have to buy a box of Marlboro Reds in the box and roll 'em up in your sleeve.
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