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The only thing more frightening than those pictures is the thought of how much money went into making that heap. What good is a car if the curve of the earth is enough to cause it to bottom out?

I usually say "to each their own." I even let the ricers go with minimal comments. But this thing? Yuck!

Houston, TX - 67 Fastback in restoration. A-code, C-4, 9" Traction-Loc rear.

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Man is that FUGLY

John


[color:blue]66 coupe 289 2v C4 needs restore</font color=blue>
[color:blue]70 coupe 351W 2v c4 almost done (?)</font color=blue>
[color:red]71 coupe 302 2v C4
 

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Lowest SS and I.Q. - Why spend so much money on something like that???

OSOC - He would probably say the same about us.

http://my67heven.tripod.com/emsm.gifI was looking for a restoration of fantasy. I do not want my car to be as it was in 1967. I want it to be as I imagined it in 1967. -John Baird
Got Rust? 1967 A-Code Coupe
 

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Don't ask why, you'll never get the answer. Those Impala's are ugly enough even without all the "ricing".

JJ
69 Fastback 302 2v 3sp. trans.
http://albums.photopoint.com/j/View?u=1605599&a=12251632&p=44630868&Sequence=7&res=high.jpg
 
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