Discussion in 'Other Vehicle Discussions' started by hosmer, Feb 21, 2006.
...if you're into that sort of thing
Year One Camaro shell
lame, they're building one on Horsepower TV
made me think it was something new
I have 0 knowledge of Camaros, let alone much knowledge on anything GM...except that my 1st 2 cars were 86 & 85 (respectivly) Cutlass Supremes and that given the chance, I'd still buy an 86 442 even though I despise GM products
Hurst/Olds are only worth it for the lightning rods.
they should do that for 1g crx's
The Hurst was different than the 442...one of the few things I know about GM's
1983 Hurst Cutlass
1986 Cutlass 442
All automatics should be lightning rods.
I love the 88-89 Cutlasses, Bulletproof cars. If they had 4 speeds you can easily autocross one, drift one, drag one - Everything.
so thats a hurst cutlass, ok. i was meeting up with this kid to pick something up and hes like "yea just look for a monte carlo looking car". being a car guy i didnt know why he didnt just tell me till i say it. i honestly thought he fucked up the front end on a monte carlo and kind of rigged it with what he had. but it still was a really nice car with a great sound. oh yea, he turboed it too.
Sure it wasn't a Regal ?
no idea, all i know is that it was fast as shit.
Thats a turbo regal... or a GNX.... drooooooooool.
i meant fast as shit, as in, not stock though.
Go look into what a GNX is..... itll all make more sense.
Nothing personal, but no one below the age of 35 should sit in or own a GNX.
At the local drag, there is a guy that is 23 that runs a 9 second GNX. Its a pimp and so is the kid.
GNXs should be behind ropes with at least 5 feet of space quaraned off from each side.
really? I know a kid who's family owns 3.
Are you sure they are GNXs ? Not Grand Nationals ?
it was either that or a grand national. but he had alot into it.
yeah, theres only 547 GNX's
there were almost 30,000 Grand National's built between 82 and 87
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