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  1. me™ is offline *turbo whistle*
     
    Location: NE Scotland
    Posts: 1,026

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    Default 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air





    Seriously, why wouldn't you want that?

    Could replace one of the muscle cars.




  2. mitch.mofo is offline Rusted Banger
    Location: Australia
    Posts: 32

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    Default :)

    i couldnt agree more myself. i will try one day after im done with some other cars.

  3. Shy Guy is offline Car Aficianado
    Location: England
    Posts: 3,188

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    A good replacement for the 71 Convertible Vette, or the standard one =)

  4. SLRRR is offline Ace
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    Posts: 2,257

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    A classic



  5. Cipo is offline Epic Loser -_-
    Location: Germany
    Posts: 228

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    Cool, would be great for replacing the Jaguar E-Type.

  6. BaNZaI is offline Just a Skidmark
    Location: Russia, Orel
    Posts: 2

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    Nice one mod could be) I like american classic =)

  7. Brazzucca is offline The Red Button of Doom!
    Location: Brazil
    Posts: 463

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    Cool, i was thinking on this car yesterday, i know that have it for GTA games... conversion?


 

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