Loc: Round Lake Beach, Illinoisy
True dat. It was cool back in 2008, this is now 10 years later, something new has to come along...
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Not everyones an OE guy...of course an OE judge would pick a pros pick goodguys level car apart. Wasnt built to any kind of stock standard. Car may not be your or my taste, but at the end of the day, Its an awesome build , and probably cost every bit or more of that estimate. Gimme a winning powerball ticket , and Id probably terrorize the streets with it.
Are those rear wheel wells stretched? That's what looks "off" to me. I know it's done to fit big tires but was it really needed on this car? It looks like there is a lot of room around those back wheels/tires.
Maybe the rear end was pushed back to center it in the wheel well?
I’ve seen this car in person. The body work is clean and the paint looks like it was applied well. The grille was made from a solid piece of billet, per the owner. Still, it’s an ugly build. I looked under it a bit too. Looks like it was an old drag car. Hence the rear wheel wells. Also not mentioned, it has/had a 1976 Dart swinger dash VIN. It’s just a cobbled mess.
1962 Dodge Dart 330 1966 Plymouth Belvedere II 1967 Plymouth Belvedere I 1967 Plymouth Barracuda S 1969 Dodge Polara 1971 Demon 340 4-speed