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1976 caprice demo car
Topic Started: May 3 2013, 01:50 AM (595 Views)
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:))) fbr fbr fbr
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Looks like it's going to get a little air under the front of it??? :lol:

Also can they run brakes like the one you got on this one? Pretty cool idea.
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Thanks guys. yep they run brakes like this now days. with the axle savers they use you have no room to run the factory brakes anymore.
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This one's really been using that front and rear. A tank! Nice dent and grime work! - David
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