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    2.8 Liter Turbocharged V6 montess2k's Avatar
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    If we're keepin' tabs this is my Fifth chop....

    Enjoy,
    Joe






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    Wow...that's ugly. Looks like something U'd find on E-bay 4 sale.
    Current line up:
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    And further down the road: 2k4 Cadillac CTS V.

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    I like your enthusiasm.

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    Well I figure it like this 5 chops and not one liked by any person...this has ta be a record :lol: Oh well I will keep on trying one day I may make one that 1 person will like I can dream can't I? :lol:

    Joe

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    I really like it but it's a bit too much 300.

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    <_< , u know u could just not say anything instead of being an ***.

    i like it, yes its a little to much 300 but its not bad

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    why would you use a 300 as a base for a gm car??

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    Originally posted by gearhed502@Aug 2 2004, 01:48 PM
    why would you use a 300 as a base for a gm car??
    Well Lets see so far I have seen A Ford thunderbird chop here....

    Ford thunderbird chop

    ....I have seen a Maxima used for the next Impala....
    Impala Concept


    ...and BMW chops...
    BMW Chops

    ...so I tought that a 300C redone woud make a nice looking Bel Air. My apologies to anyone I offended for using a Non GM car for a photochop.

    Seeeesh if I knew my chops would create such controversy I would never started postin&#39; ta begin with.

    Joe

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    montess2k, don&#39;t give up.
    As admin and head of the concepts section and contests, you can chop anything you want.

    My winning Banshee started as a Jaguar.

    Keep chopping, and don&#39;t let the few bad critics get you down.


    My only concern when chopping a different brand into a GM product (or really on any chop) is making sure that the donor car is virtually unrecognizable.

    Sometimes this works better than other times.

    Your Belair chop has just a little too much 300 in it.

    By BelAir chop also started as the 300. It&#39;s just harder to tell.

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    I didnt mean to offend you, i was just asking why you had decided to use a 300 for a base. I admit, you did better than I could do with a chop( thats why I dont chop) My only suggestion about your chop would be that if your going to use a non gm vehicle as a base, try to find a picture of that vehicle that isnt in its manufactuer&#39;s booth (the minivans and the minivan banner in the lower pick is a dead giveaway)

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