Username: Skid
Ricecop Account Number: 82
Joined On: Dec 06, 2001
Status: Regular User
Real Name: John Douglas DeWitt
Email: skidmark_84@yahoo.com
Location: Meridian, Mississippi
Car you drive: 2011 Hyundai Genesis Coupe, 1996 Mazda Miata
Favorite Link: http://murkydepth.blogspot.com
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Other info: Current Vehicles:
My Genesis: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=93367
My Miata project: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=89894

Personal Info:
My blog, as listed above, is murkydepth.blogspot.com . I may resume
updating it someday, when my creative writing muse returns and I have time
to sort out the goofy format.

YouTube: http://youtube.com/user/RadialSkid
DeviantArt: http://radialskid.deviantart.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/BackRoadBomber
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/john.dewitt.71

I'm not on Twitter or Facebook very often, but any regs here feel free to
follow/add me. My DeviantArt and especially YouTube accounts will be fairly
active.

Last 10 comments by Skid

Comment for image #81412 10-18-2017 @ 09:07:11 PM
Posted By: Skid  
It does bring to mind a two-door version of the later BMC Farinas, though I always associate 1960s two door cars with "three box" styling more with the Germans.

Comment for image #96489 10-15-2017 @ 07:22:40 PM
Posted By: Skid  
Probably a '73. That year combined the soft nose with the hard tail.

Comment for image #96485 10-15-2017 @ 04:26:04 AM
Posted By: Skid  
I just saw this on one of those concept car websites the other day.

Really, other than the wire wheels, I could believe it was a production vehicle.

Comment for image #54545 10-15-2017 @ 04:24:47 AM
Posted By: Skid  
Part of me thinks that sounds like a good idea. Another part of me thinks that if money was really no object, you could just get an actual 2000GT and Bentley S2.

Comment for image #54545 10-13-2017 @ 11:04:02 AM
Posted By: Skid  
From what I can get out of that, it's around $25,000 for a complete, turnkey version. Apparently they don't sell it in a "do it yourself" kit form.

Comment for image #44843 10-12-2017 @ 12:04:23 PM
Posted By: Skid  
It does. I never did like the front of the Modena, but the design works here.

Comment for image #96484 10-10-2017 @ 09:39:57 PM
Posted By: Skid  
Apparently an "unknown Chevrolet concept, mid-1970s" as pictured in the GM photo store. They claim it's C/K-based, but those leaf springs suggest that it's actually a pretty small vehicle.

I wonder if it's an original concept for what eventually became the S10 Blazer....

Comment for image #96480 10-07-2017 @ 12:21:08 AM
Posted By: Skid  
Low-profile tires on duallies look incredibly lame.

Comment for image #96477 10-04-2017 @ 08:39:47 PM
Posted By: Skid  
This is what most of 'em here look like now. Tons of top-side sunbake.

Comment for image #96478 10-04-2017 @ 08:36:58 PM
Posted By: Skid  
Oh god, it reminds me of that '70s street racing movie "Hi-Riders." There was a Javelin in it with this same paint scheme.





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