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lvph2
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Well, if the new Concept is put in production, the temporary End. :)

I really wish I had a better background :(

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Post #1, Jul 22, 2006 23:30:33


- 5d MkII - 28mm f/1.8 - 50mm f/1.8 II - 85mm f/1.8 - Tele-Lentar 135mm f/3.5
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bastien
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yay for ls1

Post #2, Jul 23, 2006 00:48:28


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RadAL
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they look like diecast cars or model cars in a model lol

Post #3, Jul 23, 2006 02:19:27


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bastien wrote:
yay for ls1

The Shifter had "LS7" On it. I'm not sure cuz the guy wasn't around, nor did he open the hood. But I heard it pull up. Sounded really mean. Also had a roll cage inside.

Post #4, Jul 23, 2006 06:25:51 as a reply to bastien's post 5 hours earlier.


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Jim ­ G
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That's nice... I much prefer the look of the old one, actually, most new American sportscars that aren't retro look kind of funny to me :p

Post #5, Jul 23, 2006 06:41:24


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asylumxl
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i dont like the new concept to be honest - chev has just jumped on nostalgia band wagon like ford and many other companies...

nice photo btw, not sure about the ps(?) blur...

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CrazyStang
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Ford Mustang > Chevy Camaro.

Post #7, Jul 23, 2006 20:13:19


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I like the classic.. those are some deep-dished rims in the back!

I'm not sure about the ps'd blur though.. as said, it throws off my sense of scale.

Post #8, Jul 24, 2006 00:25:43 as a reply to CrazyStang's post 4 hours earlier.


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