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Old 01-24-2011, 12:16 AM
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Default Old School 67 Camaro BDS Blown Pro Street

New to the site. Just Finished a Old School 67 Camaro BDS Blown 427, May need to Change to 20's For the Modern Pro Street Look. Just starting a Pro Touring 63 Chevy II,
Here are a few pictures of the Camaro.
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Old 01-24-2011, 12:22 AM
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Welcome to the nut house.
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Nice car. How do you like the back tires. I had the 33 x22 x15 SR radials and hated them. They are a great cruisin tire but when I hit it hard the car would wooble bad. I went to the hoosier quick time pros and the wobble went away.
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Great looking Camaro
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sweet ride- I like it just like that. I can't get into that 20 inch pro street stuff.
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Old 08-18-2011, 07:54 AM
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Old School is COOL too I'd think twice about the 20's though.
Car looks good as it sits. Welcome aboard
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another vote to keep it OLD pro street. Great car, enjoy it. We would enjoy a burnout vid!
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Thank's for the great feedback. I have tried to get away from the Fat Tire look but seam to go back. Guess I will have to leave the Pro Touring to my Chevy II Project. It has 18 x 20's powered by an LS Motor.
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Thank's for the great feedback. I have tried to get away from the Fat Tire look but seam to go back. Guess I will have to leave the Pro Touring to my Chevy II Project. It has 18 x 20's powered by an LS Motor.
Post more pics and information on the nova.Looks really good.
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