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http://a0.cpimg.com/image/44/D8/22513220-6e89-02000155-.jpg
Some frat guys took my son out to dinner tonight and one of them left this in my parking area. It's really a pretty nice 67.
Whaddya think Laurie?..
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WAY too much ... "flair"...i could get on my skateboard and drop in on those huge flairs .
 

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Too much for me. Almost looks like a mudflap or something. And it appears to be overhanging the tire by quite a bit.
Reminds me of the flares late 70's custom vans had. Nice car though.
My version: housing a 295/50/15 tire http://a9.cpimg.com/image/0D/D7/15005709-9438-019000FC-.jpg
 

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The wing is wayyy too tall, and id take those flairs completely off... just my 2 cents.
 

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definately lose the wing. the flairs I can deal with I guess, but if your going to flair then make sure to fill all available space with some BIG A$$ meaty tires. just my deuce pennies.
 

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oh yea, way to much flair. But at least he has somewhere to get out of the rain ::. Might as well take the wheel out and live in there. Man, what will people do next to these cars.
 

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Heehee, look at all these replies!
New Webster's Dictionary
Flair- an instinctive discernment. (As in "Pat has a flair for for making nicely flared brake lines.")
Flare- to burn with a glaring flame. to curve out, a spreading or curving out, as in the hull of a ship. (Or gawky things hanging off the wheel wells of custom cars.) ;)
 
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