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  • About turbosix
    baller extraordinare
    money, cash, hoes
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    1984 buick regal t-type . 2003 gpw s2000


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  • Last Activity: 09-29-2018 05:43 PM
  • Join Date: 01-19-2009
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  1. the.aviator2
  2. turbosix
    04-20-2011 07:43 AM - permalink
    i dipped them in plastidip. held up pretty well actually.
  3. mireal
    04-19-2011 07:41 PM - permalink
    Did you ever solve you S2000 black lug nut problem? I want them as well.
  4. Tchil'sS2k
    02-25-2011 09:40 AM - permalink
    I read you have an s2000 owners manual? If that is so could you send it to me? Thanks a ton
  5. backusstudio
    11-16-2010 03:21 PM - permalink
    You haven't lived until you've blown away a Porsche 911 or a Vette

    I never lost a straight line contest. I also nearly killed myself about 50 times in corners. Vilest, most evil handling vehicle I ever owned.

    Thanks for your intelligent comments in the forums. Some of the kids in there are so ignorant and argumentative I don't think I could go it alone.
  6. turbosix
    11-15-2010 01:51 PM - permalink
    back, that is freakin AWESOME. the carb cars never got any attention but that is a cool as hell swap.
  7. backusstudio
    11-15-2010 12:51 PM - permalink
    Thought you might like to see my first ride. 1972 Chevy (Isuzu) LUV pickup with '79 Turbo Regal 3.8.

    Kenne Bell Heads and cam, 15 psi (adjustable) wastegate, balanced, 15 lb steel flywheel, Super T-10 4 speed, 12 bolt Olds Posi rear. 2,700 lbs with shell camper, 2,550 without. It was.... FAST!
  8. 03-08-2010 07:45 AM - permalink
    If you are trying to contact me please E-Mail me at [email protected]

    [email protected]
  9. s2000COP
    10-14-2009 02:04 PM - permalink
    got the windshield tape of the car but therre is some spots with glue on it. Do you know an easy way to get it up without ruining the paint?
  10. Jim21680
    08-30-2009 10:11 AM - permalink
    Just went through your pics on the "first car" thread...awesome job on the Regal! I'll admit that it was pretty sad to see all the trouble you've had with it, with dents & theieves, etc. It's such bullshit. Anyway, that thing looks great now, and I was really impressed to see that the car used to be a junker. It's always good to see something old like that get restored. Nice job.

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