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gscherer78ta's 1978 Trans Am

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Well this is an interesting creation, a Judge-amino?



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no, thats El Judge.


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I think i may have just lost all faith in humanity!

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I wonder how many parts vehicles were needed to build this? Two at least for sure.



I like it since I've seen the Pontiac Engineering Grand Am El Camino experimental car.I have also seen the Flint MI Explorer scouts put together a turbo Regal El Camino with Buick's help. I've even seen a Buick GSX and Trans Am versions as well.

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I have always liked the el caminos. I have always dreamed of doing just what that picture depicts. I would like to see the interior of that car, did the conversion include the interior as well? Is it Pontiac powered? Better be! Yep, that's just what I had in mind when I was contemplating such a conversion. I love it!


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Count me in! I would, however, change the Honeycombs to more "Judge correct" Rally II's with no trim ring.

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Work involved to make that happen is outragious. Hat's off to the man behind this project. Like Frosty said...I've seen many conversions but like this one the best.


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Count me in! I would, however, change the Honeycombs to more "Judge correct" Rally II's with no trim ring.

Agree'd Stratman... But the trim rings MAKE the rally's. Justa my .02

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Agree'd Stratman... But the trim rings MAKE the rally's. Justa my .02

We'll have to agree to disagree on this one, JUSTA! :)

btw... I think it should be called "Haulin' Judge" as a kind of play on words of "hanging judge" from the old westerns.

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We'll have to agree to disagree on this one, JUSTA! :)

btw... I think it should be called "Haulin' Judge" as a kind of play on words of "hanging judge" from the old westerns.

When I built my rims for the Sunbird, I used 2 of my 13in. 4 lug rally's for the front and then used 14in Pontiac rally's for the rears. Cut out the centers and built my own, (keeping the rim's so I could use the trim rings) Had them balanced and welded in getting me up to a 14 in rim in the back. Nobody would special drill a rim for me in a 4 lug pattern. As directionals were the rage back then, I built each rim to a corner instead of having backwards directionals on one side of the car. Problem solved...do it yourself.

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