I agree But it is the best pic I have at the moment the only other pic's I
have are with the old wagon wheels that they put on the 98's. This is a pic
with stock 2001 vette rims with Pirelli P-Zero Nero M&S Tires 285/40/18
rear 245/45/17 front and I really love these tires not much road noise and
they grip very very good.... I will post better pics when I get them, I just
wanted to show a pic of the vette I was talking about in the past post I
have made here and would also like to see other people's vette's as well....
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You do know you can adopt a 46 year old kid right???
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Just a great stable!
I sure would, what's her name (measurements)???
Going to add some pictures of my 50 Coupe some time this week.
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Started acting as a private file but offered to show it if I logged into
Yahoo. After going through Yahoo's revolving door with my password,
Yahoo lost the link back to the foto. Real pain in tha a**. Just had a
friend post a bunch of fotos on < flickr.com > and that was easy to
access. No guarantee that it won't be a real PITA within a couple of
weeks. .... PJ
Hot Rod magazine had an issue with auto photograph tips.
I should of had a big panel with aluminum foil on it to get light
on the lower rear of the car, not to mention a nice location.. :-)
I really wanted to be able to see the big ass 315's on the rear.
And the rear glass looks like plastic with those reflections.
I thought that was pretty obvious BD - tells you which way to look for
the Mustangs, soup-can-mufflered Civics, and PT Cruisers.
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