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Michael Dalke's 1967 Firebird

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notallthere's Vibe gets some new shoes

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Check out the new shoes on notallthere's Vibe!! He showed up at the Widetracker meeting last night sporting these wheels mounted onto BF Goodrich G-Force rubber.



Now if we can get him to invest in some paint for those damn rusty drum brakes, eh ?



Oh, and he is proud to report that the new driveway is done and it already has its first oil stain, courtesy of Mrs. notallthere's Cavalier.




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Need to do something about those brakes :D



:lol: at the oil stain


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I love how the bird craps on my window at the gas station just before this. Damn that car is dirty.


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Somehow birds know when a car's picture is about to be taken.



I thought you bought the car gray as camo for the dirt in the first place.


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Why not disc swap?

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I have thought about it. I just need to find a 2003-06 Vibe GT, or Matrix XRS or Corolla XRS that has not already been picked clean. The swap would only take me about 2 hours to do.


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How rare is it to find them?


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Its fairly rare as less then 15% were those cars. Also the rear axles get picked up by guys like me doing disc swaps or body shops since in a simple side collision the axles bend.


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