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Is the car a Chevy Vega, or is my mind playing tricks on me...




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Is the car a Chevy Vega, or is my mind playing tricks on me...
It's chrome orange !!!!!...........who cares ??

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I tired to come up with some more, but I couldn't...
Me either.....I'll call my Pop, maybe he can.....
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can't decide whether to ask Santa for the turbocharged valve stems or the stuffed bananas
How about starting a poll?
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How about starting a poll?
Or a Swede.
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You know, I've just about got my engine swap done. I think I may need to cut the bodywork a little but we'll see.
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Or a Swede.
I think that's kind of off topic, plus its been discussed like a million times already. Try searching before you post the same question again and again. Thanks.
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You know, I've just about got my engine swap done. I think I may need to cut the bodywork a little but we'll see.
If you are planning on installing that in the Elise, keep your head down...




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If you are planning on installing that in the Elise, keep your head down...
Installed in a Rolls Royce:
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Off by a few liters I would think.
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Off by a few liters I would think.
Nope, 27 liters! Note the plate on the back. The car is HUGE. The exhaust pipes are 6" in diameter.
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Oops, sorry to have hijacked the thread with real car stuff.
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A real hijack...
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Nope, 27 liters! Note the plate on the back. The car is HUGE. The exhaust pipes are 6" in diameter.
Wow! I totally missed the scale on that first pic.
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Looks like one of those Blastolene Brother's cars.

Here's the Blastolene Special. Has an 1800 cubic inch () 1000 hp, 1500 ft-lb engine out of a Patton Tank!!!






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That reminds me!!! Look at this picture I got outside the bar tonight!!!



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Yo crazy mofo foolz need to gizoogle this shiz...

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Be afraid, be VERY afraid! hehe
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