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8 years ago
pro-vair
gmorphan Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > It's interesting how often the Vair folks also > have Fiero's. I've noticed this as well. Something about marching to the beat of our own drum or something.
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8 years ago
pro-vair
Spectre Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I like the Fiero GT on the far left too. There's a nicer complete driver (Maroon in color) inside his shed that's supposedly in fantasic condition. But he's selling both parts cars for whatever he can get.
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8 years ago
pro-vair
Timothy Shortle Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > That is not a myth. A myth is they are "unsafe at > any speed". What you are doing is a fact. A fact > is they are "probably the most innovative car to > ever come out of Detroit". Have fun. They Myth was that there was a man that lived up in the mountains with several abando
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8 years ago
pro-vair
here's more images
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8 years ago
pro-vair
Looks like I'm getting a few more cars. They've been sitting for years like this.
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9 years ago
pro-vair
gwydionjhr Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > How can anyone upload a video of stuff like this > at 240p? I'm surprised they actually held the > camera horizontal. I know, right? In this day and age? My CHILD has a better camera than that! And her business is selling cars and posting these types of videos, where resolution matters most!
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9 years ago
pro-vair
Thanks for the edit sir. here's a link to the relevent spot in the vid. What a find. How could this have sat for this long and no one knew about it?
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9 years ago
pro-vair
The only time i've ever had one of those, was when the engine and trans were on the stand!
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9 years ago
pro-vair
skip to 6:03 to see what I'm talking about. Could you imagine what they've found there? looks like theres 3 "new" early corvairs there. One with only seventeen miles on it. That's gotta be one of the lowest mileage Corvairs in existance. Is it not?
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9 years ago
pro-vair
www.imgur.com or imageshack.us are what you are looking for
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9 years ago
pro-vair
Congrats Kevin! prepare for a thousand emails. edit. Link to article link to Fark thread on Corvairs.
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11 years ago
pro-vair
You sir, should be proud. It takes a special kind of parenting to produce actual heroes. Very very happy for you.
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11 years ago
pro-vair
Thanks Kevin! /My Son plays for the A's. So I dig your facebook avatar! lol
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11 years ago
pro-vair
Hey guys, If you have a facebook account, I could really use your help. My nephew has a chance to get into a baseball camp with the marysville gold sox over the summer. All you need to do is head over to the gold sox's page and like a post there. look for the post by Danny n Lesley Langlois, and "like" their post. I really want him to get to go, he's an awesome ki
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11 years ago
pro-vair
Nope. the 93 camaro ones used custom adapters that my brother made from scratch. The reason for the use of those parts was the availability of them. We had them laying around.
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11 years ago
pro-vair
Looking good! Time for a new rear 3/4 shot!
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11 years ago
pro-vair
Indeed. I've done it too. It won't peel, is incredibly durable and looks neato too. My valve covers, oil pan and shrouding all is wrinkle painted.
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11 years ago
pro-vair
Head over to geocaching.com (groundspeak.org) and plug in your address in the "find a cache" thingie. You'll see all the caches near you. Click them, and you'll be lead to a page with a description of the hide, a clue, and other details you'll need to find it. Some can be found without a GPS device, just a knowledge of the area and likely hiding spots do the tric
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11 years ago
pro-vair
The wife and I have a about 100 finds. And a few good hides around the Sacramento area. It's fun, cheap and you will get to see things you'd never have thought to look at.
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11 years ago
pro-vair
This should sum it up nicely. You just weld a flat piece of metal in the cutout when you are done with the hiem joint mod. And how do you deal with shocks that get in your way? Move them. of course this is just test fitting, there's a solid spacer in there now for strength.
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11 years ago
pro-vair
Sadly as someone who's looked into this at length, the answer is "it depends" It depends on weather the car is lowered, and the tire section width also. the lower the car gets the more factors come into play as to what will hit and where. The most obvious problem most guys see when looking at wider wheels is interference with the shock. Most guys also worry that the spring wi
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11 years ago
pro-vair
More pictures you say? I have lots of them. Click to make them bigger:
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11 years ago
pro-vair
Gouch Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Your killing us! Russ & I aren't the only ones > that gotta hear her rumble. Do you know what sport > bike they came off off? > Gouch They were off of a honda cbr. They are after market ones, I forget the brand. There is a brand plate on them. It wasn't difficult to adapt them. The manifolds ar
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11 years ago
pro-vair
Danthesignman Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What`s the scoop on the rims ?? They are Coy's C-5s 17x8 with 4.75 inches of backspacing. 250 dollars a wheel.
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11 years ago
pro-vair
I really hope you love it. I'm really looking forward to your reaction. We already miss the car.
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11 years ago
pro-vair
afvair Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What an incredible looking vair...now I have to > clean off my keyboard. (grin). How big are those > wheels? They're 17x8s front and rear. They have 205s on them, but 225s will fit easy on the rear. They're my old rims and tires off of the car in my signature. Only about 200 miles on them total
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11 years ago
pro-vair
Oh, that gas cap is from a motorcycle as well. A GSXR I think.
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11 years ago
pro-vair
I think its 73 corvette sunburst yellow. It's impossible to photograph, believe me I tried. He tweaked a few things since those photos were taken, got rid of the rust on the front disks, fiddled with some of the minor details to make it as perfect as he could, and then sold it. But those are the "pretty" photos. He tells me it was hard to watch the guy load it up. It should be
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11 years ago
pro-vair
Yep, the correct answer is "what looks best to you." I've seen Torque thrusts, Boss wheels, Wheel Vintiques, etc on vairs, Bmw wheels, Hart Racing wheels, Minilites, and more. Rally wheels, Vette wheels, Iroc wheels, You name it. It all boils down to what your eye likes. For me I wanted something that screamed "racey" and went with that. Some want "nostalgia
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11 years ago
pro-vair
your not seeing it. The secondary system is progressive. It's the newest system from Clarks on there. The rest of the details, hoses and stuff are done or just about done.
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