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Old 10-30-2006, 07:44 PM
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Default November 06 Feature: Jason Wyrick's 73 Z/28

Here's our latest feature car, Jason Wyrick's 73 Z/28. It's a beatiful ride with the details to match. I love split bumper 2nd Gens.

Thanks Jason, it's a bitchin ride and the story is great!


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Old 10-30-2006, 08:11 PM
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Very very cool. Awesome choice Scott. Jason, congrats.
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sweet build everything blends in well great job
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Head turner is right!

At first I thought is was a toy model.
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car looks deathly familiar...oh ya I think I cused it a time or two.....haha. Jason built a nice car....he should be very proud
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Kool ride
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Very nice. My wife wants another 73 and after seeing this one, I know where the bar will be set.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Roger Poirier
Head turner is right!

At first I thought is was a toy model.
Wow, I am glad that I am not the only one who thought it was a model at first.

Great Car!!
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Great Car and Great story Jason. I love the part about the High School guys with the cool cars, I remember doing the exact same thing.
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Thanks guys. It's an honor to be featured this month. Doin' my best to represent the second gen crowd!!
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