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Old 05-16-2007, 02:34 AM   #1
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I have got 2 now.
The first one is getting rust at 194k
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The second one I flew 2100 miles to california to get and drive home. Very rare it has the plastic fenders.
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Very Clean no rust
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Those wheels make that car pop... nice....
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the undercariage is unbelievable clean. nice car.
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Wow! Looks great on the underside. Hopefully it will stay like that.
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Those wheels make that car pop... nice....
I totally agree. I like the flip front hood
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That'* a cool looking car. T-type - is that a turbo v-6 like the grand national? I used to have a 79 regal sport coupe with the turbo before it was called the t-type and eventuall the grand national. It was pastel green......damn I loved that car.
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That second one was well worth the trip across to country to get it. That'* does make good sense for those of us who live in salty cold climate states. I would fly across the country to buy this...
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Sweet car. They are really light too. Even with just a gen 1 3800 they move good with only 3200lbs. Would be a good L67 swap.
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thanks guys for all your nice comments. I really like the wheels and tires too. I need new tires for it though. 2 were kinda bald when i got the car and the other 2 have about 25% left. NO it doesnt have a turbo. Thats next performane wise. I want to keep the LN3 and do something that looks factory. i would like to be in the mid-low 12'*.
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Everyone wave a good hello to the Left Coast car that has never seen salt.

All westies look like that. Even at that age. We don't see rust until about 25 years old or so on our cars.
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