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    Quote Originally Posted by SCI_OTR View Post
    Nice ride and install, Andy. All it needs now is the ol' Superbird Spoiler to fully complete the retro muscle car look.

    I must confess it's been neglected more than your "new TiLite project", but this is my toy, a 93 Z28 equipped with an LT1 350 and 6-speed manual transmission. In order to work the clutch with an AFO I had to build it up ~1" using 1/4" ABS plastic and epoxy.


    I bought it new and it has just 21,000 miles on it.
    So this is becoming the 'red car' thread, lol.

    Yeah, I need to get a new Tilite, lol. I think chunks of the caster tires are about to fall off. Priorities? What's that?

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    Real pics

    I was a busy boy today, gave it a good wax job and ran it out to my 'car photos spot'. So here's some real pics...












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    Ozzy, I love your ZL1 and would really like to see more of it.

    SCI_OTR, your Z28 looks awesome, especially considering it's the previous model.

    Andy, thanks for showing more of your beauty.

    I love American muscle cars.
    Rollin' since '89. Complete C8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Essie View Post
    So, do you always match your sneaks, chair, and car? First yellow, now red. Nice car (and chair).
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    yup, pretty much.

    I decided on a new chair which is the TR3 with red accents. two weeks later came the crystal red tint ZL1 Camaro. lol

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    Congrats! It's a beauty!! I've had a major man crush on the Challengers ever since they were reintroduced in 2008! I want one so badly.... <sigh>.... maybe some day.
    "This is a life like no other ... this is the Great Adventure" -- Steven Curtis Chapman

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crappler View Post
    Ozzy, I love your ZL1 and would really like to see more of it.

    I love American muscle cars.
    Here's a few more pics.




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    You guys and your bitchen' cool cars, major envy here! Silly question but do your chairs fit in the back or how do you deal with that? Just so you know I'm a car guy too I once had a '69 AMX 390 4 speed. Blue with a white racing stripe and fast as hell. It was quite a thrill going through the gears and getting pushed back in the seat, ahh... but that was so long ago. You all drive safe now.
    Just another tricky day. C5/6 incomplete, 43 years out.

    You'll get through.

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    All my chairs have been put in the back seats.

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    Very nice cars guys!
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    I love sports! Wheelchair Basketball, Sled Hockey, Mono-Skiing, and Handcycling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozziegn View Post
    Here's a few more pics.

    I was reading up on those on the Chevy website...man, those are positively mental! Amazing how modern technology is, eh?

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