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Check out this taillight setup for the GTO!


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Check out this taillight setup for the GTO! I have never seen this setup before. :lol: I just love it!!!! ;)

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I saw it on LS1GTO.com and Crimson had replied to the thread so he has seen it already. If i remember he likes it alot too.

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Something about the pic looks a little off but yes I like this! I think with another colored car it would look even better because the red kinda blends it a tad on this

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The thing that looks off is the rear rims have been widened for bigger drag radials. He had the rims cut in 1/2 and widened and the rear suspension is up much higher to accommodate them. Or something like that...

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Why does it seem so PS'd looking... :/ the rear left tire, the ground seem too fuzzy and the right,inner, tail light is oddly crooked looking... idk, maybe my eyes are all crazy.

The concept is cool though.

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Why does it seem so PS'd looking... :/ the rear left tire, the ground seem too fuzzy and the right,inner, tail light is oddly crooked looking... idk, maybe my eyes are all crazy.

The concept is cool though.

I was thinking that same thing. Why does this car look photoshopped into that background?

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