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Old 06-30-2006, 09:30 PM   #1
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Look at this As$ Mighty fine, pic inside


very nice, as$ dont you think, its also for sale in case the guy who said he wanted a firebird is interested
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Old 06-30-2006, 09:54 PM   #2
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Damn thing looks like it is on stilts in this shot.
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Old 06-30-2006, 10:11 PM   #3
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Re: Look at this As$ Mighty fine, pic inside

I just noticed gm designers screwed the wing on your model luos, if you look at the wing mine is wider, I sure like the shoes your girl has, wide meaty shoes, woooah
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Old 06-30-2006, 11:44 PM   #4
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I just noticed gm designers screwed the wing on your model luos, if you look at the wing mine is wider
I believe that might be due to the different angles of the pictures.
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both of them looks great.
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Re: Look at this As$ Mighty fine, pic inside

want a t/a hatch so bad..my ass is ugly compared to the t/a's

btw should i get the rear firebird decal from brent franker or should i leave it solid black..the pontiac inserts are great but im not sure if i should get the firebird decal..also blindeyed did u ever get my pm?
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Old 07-01-2006, 08:47 PM   #7
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I only wish the trans am had its own category i mean why do they gotta be listed as a pontiac and not a gm and why is it gotta be a sub-firebird?
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I only wish the trans am had its own category i mean why do they gotta be listed as a pontiac and not a gm and why is it gotta be a sub-firebird?
Firebirds are made by pontiac...? And a trans am is just a V8 firebird..
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why is the trans am stamped by gm then? sure the make pontiac but honda makes acuras but people dont say honda integra even if it has a bigger engine or more horsepower
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My car is listed as a....

Firebird Trans Am WS.6
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All a Trans Am is...is a Firebird with a Corvette motor, and a different front bumper, and spoiler. We're all brothers here. Whether it be a Firebird, Formula, Trans Am, or Firehawk...

If you had a Camaro SS...would you tell all the other Camaro Z28 and Base Camaro owners to go get their own message board?
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no because it still holds the same name, but why dont people call the ford escape and the mercury escape look alike a mercury escape? i dont get it, im mean they are probably more equall than a t/a and a firebird, but they are not listed as a mercury escape or are they?
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Because those are two different manufacturers. Kinda.

Park a Formula next to a Firebird. Hard to tell the difference other than badges.
Park a Trans Am next to a Firebird. Same...very subtle differences.

They are the same car. Trans Am is just a trim level of a Firebird.
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Because those are two different manufacturers. Kinda.

Park a Formula next to a Firebird. Hard to tell the difference other than badges.
Park a Trans Am next to a Firebird. Same...very subtle differences.

They are the same car. Trans Am is just a trim level of a Firebird.
EXACTLY..

Aside from the spolier, badges and possibly the hood the T/A and firebird look EXACTLY the same
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