yupSwAMi75 said:Damn! Is that a Powerstroke?
Sweet! I've seen that pic elsewhere. My roomate is a NAXJA guy....he probably showed it to me.brentg said:
this used to be an XJ......
built it, wheeled the hell out of it, sold it to a friend......
Thanks, man! Actually I'm thinking of painting it a deep, dark blue. I will admit that the black "suede" look is pretty bitchin' though!alemonkey said:oooh, that's a cool car. Going to leave it in black primer? Black primer is the best hot rod color ever.
Baron von BeeGee said:Flat black would be pretty cool. I don't remember where I saw it, but someone makes a flatting agent that you add to paint which will get you the "black primer" look without actually using black primer which isn't a terribly durable coating!
I have an even better question...why did they cut the fender walls to fit it in there? It was really hacked up by the previous owner. I think he wanted a cheap drag car and failed miserably.Ize said:Yeah but touch ups are easy with a can of krylon.
Cool ride Yuri, but my ? is, who would put a 305 Olds in that?
Where in Korea were you?Yuri_Rage said:flubdubman's pic reminded me of what I did to my car when I was in Korea. It was an unassuming maroon color when I bought it... When I left it, it looked like this and was rigged to shoot flames from the exhaust with push-button activation from the driver's seat.
Osan - squadron colors were green/gold.Dude said:Where in Korea were you?
That looks like it should be a taxi cab in Death Race 2000.
Haha....I was stationed there in 97-98.Yuri_Rage said:Osan - squadron colors were green/gold.
That ROCKS, Yuri!!! :rockin:That looks like it should be a taxi cab in Death Race 2000
LEGAL NOTE: This is for academic purposes only and should not be attempted on road-going vehicles...flubdubman said:How did you do the flame trick? I would LOVE to rig something like that up... I bet I could get a bunch more $ for it when I put it up for sale very shortly.