TriShield Confirms - Challenger concept > Camaro concept

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  1. LOUDSYSTEM

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    So now it's official. :)
     
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    Challenger is better, although it looks too retro, esp the C pillar
     
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    They should scrap the redesign stuff and just go back to the old design.
     
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    its true
     
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    :werd: old design + modern features FTW
     
  7. SaintGRW

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    If by modern features you mean the ability to play CD's instead of just AM/FM then yes, Engine/Drivetrain/Brakes/Suspension sure. anything else. no.
     
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    Yes I am sure the old design would pass the safety requirements of today :ugh:
     
  9. SaintGRW

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    Screw the safety requirements.
     
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    01_Cruiser An American Classic OT Supporter

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    who gives a shit about modern safety crumple zones :greddy:

    have you seen an old muscle car after it's been wrecked? the things were giant hunks of steel, it took alot to fuck them up. And a little wiplash might be good for some people :o
     
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    thanks for the pics.
     
  12. SaintGRW

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    Avoid it next time yo!
     
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    Me and my dad had that very conversation back in like 1996 or 1997 how they should get all the old body molds, make classic cars with modern ammenities and economy.
     
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    You could take an old school body and make some tweaks under the skin to make it a uni-body car. :hsugh:
     
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    Bose > JL > * > ID
     
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    I like the new cars coming out but every time I take the 68 Charger out for a drive it's just so nice, it's smooth yet powerful, comfortable, it's just a pleasant ride.
     
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    New cars have no soul or heritage save a select few. :hs:
     
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    High/Low headlight switch on floor > *
     
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    My buddy had that on his '73 Ford F-350. That truck was fucking badass.
     
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    Need I mention that the engine bay isn't completely filled with crap?
     
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    :werd:

    My Mustang is about as barebones as you will see in pretty much any car and it's still filled with a bunch of junk.
     
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    probably the law :x:
     
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    :rofl:
     
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    They should just start making up 60's VIN #'s again so that the cars don't have to pass all the gay regulations :o
     

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