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Total Votes 133
Average Score 3.06
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URL: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=30453
Submitted by: Adambomb
Comments: 35  (Read/Post)     Favorites: 1  (View)
Submitted on: 02-18-2004
View Stats Category: Photoshop/Art
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#1
2-18-2004 @ 11:26:42 PM
Posted By : Biohazard Reply | Edit | Del
It appears to be an A-body based car. Kinda looks like a Riviera. The nose looks like a Pontiac hood though. Also those look like Pontiac rallies. So Im going to say some early 70s Pontiac prototype.

#2
2-18-2004 @ 11:42:25 PM
Posted By : Adambomb Reply | Edit | Del
it is an A-body Pontiac from the mid 70s. any guesses for the name?

#3
2-18-2004 @ 11:46:26 PM
Posted By : Biohazard Reply | Edit | Del
#2, was it ever put into production? I don't remember ever seeing one of these.

[Edited by Biohazard on 2-18-2004 @ 11:46:53 PM]


#4
2-18-2004 @ 11:51:50 PM
Posted By : Adambomb Reply | Edit | Del
#3, it was. I haven't seen any either. they didn't make too many

#5
2-18-2004 @ 11:52:40 PM
Posted By : Biohazard Reply | Edit | Del
OH!! *smacks forehead* This is a Grand Am isn't it?

#6
2-18-2004 @ 11:56:34 PM
Posted By : Adambomb Reply | Edit | Del
#5, yep

#7
2-19-2004 @ 12:01:11 AM
Posted By : Biohazard Reply | Edit | Del
#6, yay :-) *eats cookie*

#8
4-21-2004 @ 01:52:00 PM
Posted By : TinIndian Reply | Edit | Del
very rare, but I have seen a couple... last one I saw was a really shitty canary yellow, I think. Now for the bonus cookie.. what musclecar-era legend was based on this platform in 1973??

#9
4-21-2004 @ 01:53:56 PM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
#8, The Chevelle.

#10
4-21-2004 @ 01:54:58 PM
Posted By : TinIndian Reply | Edit | Del
that wasnt a serious guess, was it?

#11
4-21-2004 @ 01:58:29 PM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
#10, Yes.

http://www.parkerstables.com/1973-SS-Chevelle.jpg


#12
4-21-2004 @ 02:00:17 PM
Posted By : TinIndian Reply | Edit | Del
oh yeah, I knew it was the Malibu by then but I forgot about her... very good... but not what I was lookin for, tho Im sure youll guess the other one if ya got that one. Thanx for the pic.. I dig them, but forgot all about em.

#13
4-21-2004 @ 02:01:33 PM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
#12, I reckon you're talking about the GTO, then.

#14
4-21-2004 @ 02:05:38 PM
Posted By : TinIndian Reply | Edit | Del
#13 you reckon correctly, brotha..... now, knowin Im dealin with a pro.. the bonus BONUS question... what race-inspired car was based on this platform in '77 and was briefly (if not seriously) looked at as the "rebirth of the GTO"

#15
4-21-2004 @ 02:14:20 PM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
#14, Sounds like the Canam, a car which I don't know a helluva lot about. Pretty obscure.

#16
4-21-2004 @ 02:14:39 PM
Posted By : ricerocketboy Reply | Edit | Del
whats up Tin?



#17
4-21-2004 @ 02:20:17 PM
Posted By : TinIndian Reply | Edit | Del
#15.. wow, Im impressed... yeah, the Can Am was pretty much a hopped up limited production version of the Grand Am in '77.. came with Rally gauges, Rallye rims, tri-color pinstripe, Can Am lettering and badges, and if I remember correctly a trick version of the Olds 403. They were going to market it as the All American in 76 with red/white/blue striping to commemorate the bicentennial, but ran out of time and I think had conflict with GMs other bicentennials (like the 76 Nova). So they went with red/orange/yellow instead. Very rare car.
#16 Hey Rocket.. zup, bro?


#18
4-21-2004 @ 02:22:19 PM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
#17, Cool. I had heard of them before, but didn't even know what they looked like. I'm searching for some stuff for them online, and have managed to find at least two sites dedicated to them.

#19
4-21-2004 @ 02:25:18 PM
Posted By : TinIndian Reply | Edit | Del
Yeah, for those that know about them they have a very strong following, I believe.

#20
4-21-2004 @ 02:25:22 PM
Posted By : ricerocketboy Reply | Edit | Del
#17, not much man,

I'm in the process orf hunting for my first car now. I turned 16 last weekend. So far, me and my dad have looked at a couple LeManses, a red '70 Sport, and a '72 LeMans (gold) with a white vinyl top. We looked at a balck '86 Trans Am for $2950. My mom moved to MN in may '03, and now Im living with my dad and step-bros and a step sis.

Other than that, not a whole lot has been up.


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