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#26 HooptyGL

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Posted 24 August 2005 - 08:29 PM

well i pulled all four rims of the sedan and let me tell you that car was L O A D E D when i saw it in the yard. pretty much EVERYTHING you would want from a 85 gl minus the radio. apparently the trans went wrong so if you need it i'd get it from this car. i left the axles in the dirt........SORRY.........but i really nailed my head not looking out for popped hatches while i was walking around :banghead: and was beeding bad. anyways those rims are HOT and the GL no longer the hoopty it once was the rims feel like im on some rails at 80-85 mph not quite like the maytag washing machine on wagon rims it once was.
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