Awesome Car! I think it looks like a Vega wagon & a Nova.
Thanks..... will try to get photos soon....Awesome Car! I think it looks like a Vega wagon & a Nova.
Cops are soooooo much better around here than they used to be "back in the day". For those of us old enough to remember we tend to reminisce about how GREAT those early days of hod rodding used to be.[B said:1946Austin: [/B]Open headers are pretty common at cruises, but I generally don't uncap them until I'm pretty close to the cruise areas. Cops a few miles away don't usually understand there's a cruise that's going on and will ticket open exhaust if it's not near a cruise........ Texas Rat Trap: Exhaust system? We don't need no stinkin' exhaust system! J/K... They are pretty lenient on that down here on cruise nights in San Antonio...
From a distance the overall "look" of the Opel is that it came this way from the Factory.Are the rear fenders flared? Looks kinda like it from the picture. Really nice looking!
LOL.... Funny! No offense to anyone but the guys in the new Mustangs were always the worst ones. Biggest sore losers and they always looked at you like, "Look at that POS!" light turns green and your gone and they're still sittin there lookin at your tail lights tryin to play catch up.Especially when a young guy in a new Mustang - Camaro or Challenger pulls up next to you at a stop light and "gives the look".... I hit the "button"...... L O L !!!!
Thanks for the tip ..... can't say I have ever noticed a belly pan as you called it..... I assume you mean it's a "spoiler-like" contraption that helps direct air towards the bottom of the radiator.John try building a small belly pan, seal it to the bottom of the radiator and run it forward at least 12 inches, more if you can, the width of the radiator. It's not unusual for the hot air to come out of the radiator at the back, travel forward, and back up into the radiator. GM had to make a small spoiler that sat under the Firebird and Camaro (possibly others) radiators forming a small wall to stop that from happening. See if that helps. Mark L