a kid in auto collision with me at school, is transforming his neon, hood scoop on the roof, cofee can exhuast, shaved handles, wipers, center brake light, added a spoiler, flames from the bottom up, and a flamed dash... and the teahcer is making me help...... 18 inch crome rims....lord help me.. I wish I was still working on that 4 door k30, 6.2 diesel.
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The rear wing was a gift and excellent for keeping it from fish tailing on the high way when you get behind the transport trucks.So not only does it look great it's functional too!
(NO I'M NOT RETARTED)
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Yeah, a four door Chevette would be a real sleeper wouldn't it...LOL. I call those cars (with the wings) baby strollers...cause the wing looks like a handle...just my $.02
I knew a guy with a Chevette sporting a 454. He called it his deathbox. He said the hardest part was not going deaf and keeping it going straight. I remember people used to make fun of his Hoosiers and giant cowl hood.
I kid you not when I say the distributor was in the passenger compartment and could make timing changes "on the fly". In fact, most of the motor and transmission was. He made a giant shield around the bellhousing so it didn't tear out his legs if something let loose.
I was never crazy enough to be in it when he drove it but it was mighty cool. I think he eventually pulled the motor to put in a boat though.