Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by daign, Aug 15, 2009.
This shop is in oxnard, 30minutes from me.
In for widebody
i like cars
Heres a completed widebody first gen, but this is fiberglass. This car destroys autocross...
sweet GT40 paint scheme
You clearly have no idea what you are talking about.
they are somewhat similar
Its not a GT40 scheme, its a Gulf Oil scheme.
You think thats a GT40 paint scheme?
that's fuckin awesome
noob question: what is 'tubbing'?
yup when I get my car back, I'm gonna drive up there and take a look at the shop.
i want to run some huge tires on the back of my 71 pickup when i redo it, this pro touring stuff is growing on me.
do you run gauges or sensors on you continental?
315 inch tires?
When they enlarge the wheel tubs of the inner fenderweels so you can fit a larger wheel/tire. They often narrow the rear end as well.
The majority of pro-touring camaros are 'minitubbed' and the majority of drag pro street camaros are full tubbed.
LOL YOU FUCKING IDIOT, THAT'S A GULF PAINT SCHEME DUMB FAGGOT
dude wheres your car?
ah, thx for the info.
are minitubbed and tubbed cars streetable/ddable?
That gulf widebody looks SO FUCKING NICE.
Dakota Digital 4 in 1 digital gauge, FM remote control and controller. Raising the car while eating lunch and some dipshit is leaning over it is good fucking fun.
Did it to Vince Vaughn at home off hillhurst. He was baffled
love the wide look, gtx, r5t, 350z, Porsche etc, they all look awesome wider.
Am I a nerd for knowing that's a 67?
Fully daily drivable. But full tubbed cars handle like shit. The more rear tire you put in a car thats bigger than your front tires, the less it becomes balanced.
I'd like to eventually run 275 front/335 rear. Gives you this look