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Galpin Auto Sports are responsible for this one. We think it actually looks pretty good in white. It's actually not that different from the car they had last year. That one was just doing a little bit too much. You can get details in the link above, or just jump to the gallery here.
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I like it it looks bad to the bone. I could do without the scoop on the top of the rear quarter panel. Wide body race cars were what was racing in IMSA back in the early 80s so you youngens can't appreciate those crazy modified production cars that raced back then. They did not have the kind of rules they have today to slow everything down racers were inventors experimentors. There was a Corvette with the trans in the back in the late 70s 40 years before GM did it. Many of those cars had aluminum big block motors 400 plus cubes some making 800 hp they needed the biggest tires they could fit. Some of us remember those cars bit of a Walter Mitty moment to think you could drive one now.
Gross, I hate the wide body look and the wheels are even uglier
2007 5spd Vista Blue 4.0L
93R tune/ Steeda CAI/ true dual conversion w/ Flowmasters/ Pypes shorties/
Tokico HP series dampers/ Eibach pro springs/ 18x9 and 18x10 AM GT500 wheels/
255/40/18 and 275/40/18 Nitto NT555s
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