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    #16
    Bloody nice car mate!

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      #17
      '68/9/70 Satellite/Roadrunners are awesome! I definately want one someday.
      Originally posted by myliberty
      "We never get that high tech jap stuff in here, should be no problem though" lol

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        #18
        Loving this... Fantastic... Especially that Colour..... Well Done... :D

        Originally posted by 68RNR
        Mate no idea what 8-71 refers too.?!?
        Does this Help......
        1969 Datsun 1000 Sedan
        1989 1.6l Daihatsu Charade

        Life For me Has it's UP'S and DOWN'S........ I fix ELEVATORS

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          #19
          Awesome! Is it wrong that I prefered the black?
          I own a two and a half litre Commodore

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            #20
            Awesome ride mate, love it. I agree with the comment about the 8/71 made further up the page too.

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              #21
              Awesome.
              Originally posted by brasher
              TJ is 99% African American.

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                #22
                Originally posted by milo View Post
                Loving this... Fantastic... Especially that Colour..... Well Done... :D


                Does this Help......
                Shit. Yes. Now your talking man!! Need to get a serious scoop to enclose that bad boy!!! Love it!
                Im gonna go the 520 cube stroker rout first. Don't see why it can't have a damn big blower down the track though!! .
                I think the members of this forum understand muscle cars haha!!

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                  #23
                  A 520 needs a 14/71 & Big N ugly.

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                    #24
                    Two thumbs up!
                    Japanese Nostalgic Car - Dedicated to classic japanese cars

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                      #25
                      Fucking beast and a half....love it!!!

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                        #26
                        Good to see you decided to start the build thread! Look forward to coming for a spin when she's done :D

                        Originally posted by ALLMTR
                        Awesome! Is it wrong that I prefered the black?
                        Yeah I was also a fan of the black just quietly
                        2003 GU PATROL
                        1996 GQ PATROL
                        1992 R32 GTST SKYLINE
                        1986 4WD HILUX

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                          #27
                          freaking awesome!
                          www.holditflat.com

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                            #28
                            The black had a real sinister look about it, thats for sure. I was tempted just to leave it in primer and go to town on the mechanical stuff, however the primer is porous and some of the filler and stuff underneath was starting to swell and crack, so the paint had splits all through it, looked kinda shit. Given it needed to be completely rubbed back, re-filled and then sprayed I decided to get it done in acrylic to stop any further rusting or cracking. I thought of going a satin black finish, but you need a REAL straight car to make that look good, and the roadrunner is not that unless I want to spend a whole lot of money on bodywork. So Hemi Orange was the choice
                            I like the idea of a blower. Bit of a waste of time on the 383 though. Could always get a 440 block and shove some boost into that I guess..

                            Also a fan of the rear-mounted turbo setups, that would be unique and cool!

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                              #29
                              Was thinking these for the wheels. Will help to break up all the orange...



                              Hopefully that link works...

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                                #30
                                Awesome job bud, keep up the good work! Will be tits with a massive blower on it too
                                Originally posted by JohnMcSandyAxe
                                Hahahahhaahaha, Tony Soprano approves of your purchasing methods!

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