Lone Star Corvette Classic

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by metroshane, May 18, 2003.

  1. metroshane

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    I don't think I'd be too worried about missing the "arty" shots. These are pretty darn good already. :wink:

    Nice cars, thanks for sharing. Now I'm gonna go cry 'cuz I don't have one like them. :cry:

    Jim
     
  3. MDowdey

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    great car shot my man!
    shes a beaut.

    md
     
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    Nice! In particular the "fuel injection". Go Chevy! May I ask what years on your vet and Bel Air? My dad has a 63 vet and two 55 Bel Airs, a four door and a two door. Though none look quite that good!
     
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    60 vette and 56 bel air. The bel air has a 427 from an old corvette under the hood.
     
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    For some reason I was really hooked on those fins of the '50s. I loved the Bel Airs and the Plymouths of that day. Those are very nice shots of some classics.


    The car I posted (Radical Wheels) has an engine that came out a '68 Vette.
    400HP short block.
     

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