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    Oh, it hurts....

    Oh, the humanity, glass 911 on a Datsun, have people no shame?

    ----Adam
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    an abortion
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    That is just hideous!
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    Save the headlight buckets, crush the rest.
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    You just had to show the Texas plate didn't you
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    Serial old car rescuer Arne's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by edmayo View Post
    You just had to show the Texas plate didn't you
    Not all cars from Texas are that bad, Ed. Here's mine the day it arrived in Oregon.

    Similar color, oddly...

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    FANTASTIC.

    So you could in theory graft a '911' shell on to any car. That sets the imagination going.

    Love the front 'face', what character does that suggest for the car............
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    Quote Originally Posted by edmayo View Post
    You just had to show the Texas plate didn't you
    TX can be a lot of fun, I bet you know this guy.

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