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    haha i wanted to be the guy that said camaro's weren't in production in 66....yes a can pinpoint pretty accuratly the yar of a 60s car
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    Originally posted by WRXin'
    Sarcasim? I can never tell when one is being sarcastic or not
    Survey says? Sarcasm...

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    Originally posted by Wannabe
    What type of funds are you looking at for the big block upgrade?
    We are finding some amazing things out of very inexpensive parts. I think with what we have, and what we are learning, a 700 horse, 640 ft lb daily driven, fairly mild big block is well within reach. WE just made 841 ft lbs yesterday out of a non street version.
    The only real expensive part is the block. Have to go with the big bore stuff. But it sure is working like a charm.
    If you want to throw some ideas around, just e-mail me direct.
    Yeah, well I am lookin to have the meanest street legal car PERIOD. There is a guy running a 4th gen z28 who currently has the fastest street legal car at around mid 9s. But he is spraying, if I sprayed and had slicks, I could take him except my setup couldn't handle anymore than a 50 shot which would be a waste. I think it is only right that the classic take the spotlight. I am currently thinking of purchasing another early 2nd gen 1970-73, And I will have the big blck slammed into that. This RS is gunna be turned into a show car and re restored to orginal NOS. If, you think you could come up with somehting that would be able to be sat into a 1970-73 camaro then I would be intersted. Must be 100% street legal.
    1972 Camaro RS/Z28 Youngsta doin' it OldSchool!
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    10.46@126.5 <street drags> *Being rebuilt for show*
    516whp 544lb-ft torque ALL MOTOR, no "Naaaaawzzz"... ever!
    Next up: 454 Big Block and/or Supercharger, SMOG Excempt Yay!

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    Originally posted by C9A1L1L
    This RS is gunna be turned into a show car and re restored to orginal NOS. If, you think you could come up with somehting that would be able to be sat into a 1970-73 camaro then I would be intersted. Must be 100% street legal.
    show car huh....it won't be a trailer queen will it??

    for those who dunno NOS doesn't NOT mean NAWZZZ or nitrious

    he means new old stock
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    Just get it over with, and do something like this.
    http://www.wannaberacing.com/eileene.html
    We have nothing into that car. It will hook up on a dirt road, and you can drive it to LA and back with no problems. It is pretty comfortable too. A arms, 2x3 main frame rail. etc.

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    Originally posted by CustomS10
    show car huh....it won't be a trailer queen will it??

    for those who dunno NOS doesn't NOT mean NAWZZZ or nitrious

    he means new old stock
    Trailor queen!!! HELL NO! It's GOTTA be street driven. I go out on a limb here and say I dont nearly carry the same respect for guys who have thier cars trailored in compared to the guy who just drover thier car 400miles to get there. Unless I owned some ancient model T on nos wheels. Oh and to wannabe that Chevelle is SUPER badass! Looks a little too "pro stock" for my liking, but as I said before
    1972 Camaro RS/Z28 Youngsta doin' it OldSchool!
    Rebuilt 350 "DynoPub" Custom job. 3250lbs, 3550lbs with me in it...
    10.46@126.5 <street drags> *Being rebuilt for show*
    516whp 544lb-ft torque ALL MOTOR, no "Naaaaawzzz"... ever!
    Next up: 454 Big Block and/or Supercharger, SMOG Excempt Yay!

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    Originally posted by Wannabe
    Just get it over with, and do something like this.
    http://www.wannaberacing.com/eileene.html
    We have nothing into that car. It will hook up on a dirt road, and you can drive it to LA and back with no problems. It is pretty comfortable too. A arms, 2x3 main frame rail. etc.
    oooo sht eileen is amazing!!!!! drooool
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