Pictures of decently Modified cars [Vol. 2]

Pictures of decently Modified cars [Vol. 2]

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Chris Stott

7,940 posts

155 months

Wednesday 12th February
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Fabulous.

Matt Cup

2,084 posts

62 months

Wednesday 12th February
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Love 964’s cloud9

Meridius

1,423 posts

110 months

Wednesday 12th February
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Its a 9/10, loses a point because I like when those 'twist' wheels point forwards instead laugh

The green, tan leather and a bit of chrome combo is so good on cars of that pre-90s era though.

Matt Cup

2,084 posts

62 months

Wednesday 12th February
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Meridius said:
Its a 9/10, loses a point because I like when those 'twist' wheels point forwards instead laugh

The green, tan leather and a bit of chrome combo is so good on cars of that pre-90s era though.
At least the wheels aren’t asymmetrical so all you need to do is swap sides and you can have them pointing in the other direction thumbup

boyse7en

4,368 posts

123 months

Wednesday 12th February
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Is there some sort of significance to the socket wrench left in the back?

swampy442

830 posts

169 months

Wednesday 12th February
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RB Will said:
Should be a bit lively

Good old 2JZ, be interested to find out what manifold/turbo that is

Fastdruid

6,806 posts

110 months

Wednesday 12th February
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boyse7en said:
Is there some sort of significance to the socket wrench left in the back?
Left in there after swapping the wheels round to annoy people on the internet. winkrofl

sc0tt

17,064 posts

159 months

Wednesday 12th February
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RB Will said:
Stunning

Baron Greenback

4,784 posts

108 months

Wednesday 12th February
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Alternative version!


Back in the 1950s, Chevrolet built a few wagon concepts around a Corvette chassis and powertrain. Those concepts were all destroyed, but this recreation shows what might have been.

Miserablegit

1,673 posts

67 months

Wednesday 12th February
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Matt Cup said:
At least the wheels aren’t asymmetrical so all you need to do is swap sides and you can have them pointing in the other direction thumbup
I’d never be seen in that...because I’d never be able to make my mind up about which way the wheels should point!! Perhaps buy a spare set and install them in different directions on each side...
Lovely looking



MDMA .

5,765 posts

59 months

Wednesday 12th February
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Fastdruid said:
boyse7en said:
Is there some sort of significance to the socket wrench left in the back?
Left in there after swapping the wheels round to annoy people on the internet. winkrofl
Or likes removing the rear wiper for pictures smile

Caddyshack

2,496 posts

164 months

Wednesday 12th February
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boyse7en said:
Is there some sort of significance to the socket wrench left in the back?
Probably adjusting the handbrake looking at the angle it is up at.

thebigmacmoomin

2,567 posts

127 months

Wednesday 12th February
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Baron Greenback said:
Alternative version!


Back in the 1950s, Chevrolet built a few wagon concepts around a Corvette chassis and powertrain. Those concepts were all destroyed, but this recreation shows what might have been.
I prefer what Chevrolet eventually made, the '55 to '57 Nomad.

irocfan

24,405 posts

148 months

Wednesday 12th February
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Baron Greenback said:
Alternative version!


Back in the 1950s, Chevrolet built a few wagon concepts around a Corvette chassis and powertrain. Those concepts were all destroyed, but this recreation shows what might have been.
cloud9

RB Will

6,522 posts

198 months

Wednesday 12th February
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swampy442 said:
RB Will said:
Should be a bit lively

Good old 2JZ, be interested to find out what manifold/turbo that is
No idea on the manifold and turbo but apparently its a 1jz not 2

Jader1973

2,351 posts

158 months

Thursday 13th February
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I saw this at a show at the weekend. A 1966 Mercedes 250 SE with a 4.0 turbo charged straight six Ford Barra engine. I’m going to guess (given the red cover) that this is a 245T which if it is stock would put out 329 hp and 480 Nm. That is slightly more than the 110 hp and 216 Nm the car left the factory with!




Matt Harper

5,923 posts

159 months

Friday 14th February
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This is actually a late model Challenger Hellcat, modified to look like a 69 Charger. The wheels don't do it any favors, but otherwise it looks pretty badass.


irocfan

24,405 posts

148 months

Friday 14th February
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TBH I'd be quite chuffed with this....


Joelonghair

188 posts

30 months

Friday 14th February
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That looks ridiculous! Like a tug boat of the automotive world.

I'm sure it's a blast just not for me.

ZX10R NIN

18,958 posts

83 months

Friday 14th February
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irocfan said:
TBH I'd be quite chuffed with this....

Damn