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OK, MJhanna wins, not even close.

My car scored a 2572 and it's completely stock
Hey I don't get any points for the roof delete option

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Old 07-15-2005, 11:30 AM
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BastardFactor 3803 Vs BastardFactor 0 O what a double life we live.
Old 07-15-2005, 11:38 AM
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Greg,
Its a 1970's VW color called Bahamagrau by Speis Heckler paints. Kinda wierd and almost ready for the road/track.
Old 07-15-2005, 12:10 PM
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That color is so cool. Very different.
My car will be ready in about, um... 1.5 years or so... I hope mine turns out as nice as yours.
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more pics or at least an update please mr reed!!!!!
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2933 what sort of bastard rating is that - respectable I hope, I respect her cos she gives.......My mate say's she's a dirty bastard!



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Don: 914-6's - i think by now even the factory thought they were bastards from the beginning!
thanks for the compliments- look for an article on the shoebox (aka evil cockaroach) in an upcoming issue of excellence
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Don: 914-6's - i think by now even the factory thought they were bastards from the beginning!
thanks for the compliments- look for an article on the shoebox (aka evil cockaroach) in an upcoming issue of excellence
Yes Sir I second that!
So that makes mine a real bastard, cuz mine started out a 4 cyl.
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Ok guys, there are WAAAY too many nice looking cars here, definately not bastards.

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And it won't give me points for my 'Now you're messin' with a son-of-a-b!tch' aluminum aero kit.

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Ok guys, there are WAAAY too many nice looking cars here, definately not bastards.

Nik
Hey Man!
AND Whats wrong having a nice bastard.
Sounds like discrimination to me.
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Jack,

Are those Lindsey Racing wheels - if so, how long have you had em? Would you buy again?

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Yes, they're Lindseys. I've had four sets on two different 911's over the past three or four years -- no issues at all. I'm very happy with them.
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With a BF of 2765 does my shoebox qualify? [img]
Yes, but it's a bastard stepchild.


Just kidding. I'd love to have one of those, too.
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I like to think of Ted's car as BATmobile, as opposed to Bastard.

Here's my bastard:

That silver 911 is one helluva good looking 911!!! I like it!
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My 72 RSR almost done.
Once again I must say what a fantastic looking car!!! Truly a beautiful 911
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Thanks for your comments! They are really gratifying!

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Whoa im rocking a 3861 bastard score... beat that!
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Great shot Jack. Lifting both inside tires.
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