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  1. 96impalaSS

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  3. 96impalaSS

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    why must i be so behind on these things :(
     
  4. spidr

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    I don't think it looked THAT bad as far as kits go. If it was just streched a bit it would nice for a kit car. I've seen MUUUUUUUUUUUCH worse..That one looed like it had decent proportions and no wavy glass.
    Engine has some nice decals. That pontiac 2.8 must really scream
     
  5. Spasso

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    Unless balanced, blueprinted and turbo supercharged the 2.8 is one of the most gutless and poorly designed engines ever produced and built by GM. They tried three separate times in the ten years it was in production to balance this engine correctly and failed hence leaky rear mains and thrown rods. An absolute POS.

    Signed, Owner of a GMC 2.8
     
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    i'm sure this guy didn't have oodles and oodles of money to throw around, so he probably did what he could with what he had... It does seem a little stubby, but it doesn't look half-ass... He seems to have done the best possible job working with the car he worked with... i'm not jumping out of my seat to go buy this thing, but it's definitely a nice piece...
     
  7. spidr

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    Was making a joke about the 2.8. I know plenty who have trouble with that engine. A small Northstar would probably be good in that kit.
     

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