CSC Random picture thread

Discussion in 'AZ- Copper State Cruisers' started by murf, Jan 9, 2010.

  1. Mattman

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    Or much air.
     
  2. Living in the Past

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    I was thinking how much further to the left front axle is compared to the rear. Seen this before and figure in a lot of cases the vehicle was Tee boned and the springs or frame are bent.
     
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    Yeah, that is what mostly caught my eye. Flat tires, bent frame, out of alignment and who knows what else. I can't imagine that it drives very well. I'm not a big fan of state-mandated vehicle inspections, but in this case it might be for the better.
     
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    Maybe @murf can post up a response
     
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    splitshot Head cook, Bottle washer, and Peace keeper. SILVER Star

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    DPS would be all over that down here, and you for taking the pic.;) LOl
     
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    his name is Brian (not a member yet) and restores a couple of these a year as a hobby. He took the original picture and had a graphics printing company remake the original stripes. Turned out pretty cool! (I don't know the name of the graphics company though...)
     
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    UPDATE: he just replied to my text.

    The name of the company is FAST TRACK DESIGNS - he said ask for Sean. He said of 6 companies he called this was the only guy who knew what he was doing
     
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    ^^^^ Top Gear, it was a riot:lol:
     
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    They get all the fun toys down under, compounds pushing 700hp :smokin:
     
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    Anyone do this before their last water crossing?

     
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    I use to until 1980. After that AWC became hard to find. Think it had something to do with asbestos.:rolleyes: I notice that they didn't address the breathers in the axles, transfer case and transmission. Guess Salt water wouldn't effect those.:hmm:
     
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    Testing out my new Aisin locking hubs. Shovel & winch required... :rofl:

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    The owner claimed it was real but would not stick around for me to verify. One of the most cloned muscle cars made but if true the value would be ~$250K. It did sound and look awesome and being an auto it would make it even rarer although not as desirable IMO.

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    My 3rd amazing purchase experience at Camelback Toyota! Upgrades coming soon and FJ40 lurking.
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    looks like a nice 40 in the background.
     
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    I think I saw that in San Diego also. I had to take a second look and was wondering if G-wagons came with portals.
     
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    With the large amount of aftermarket restoration hardware available for the first gen Camaro it would be easy to create a Yenko clone. Nice looking car though. If it were a real deal Yenko I certainly wouldn't be driving it around on the street.
     
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