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Old 12-02-2006, 01:54 PM
Shorebird Shorebird is offline
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The car looks GREAT. Nevermind the negativity. I'll tell you the same thing I tell my students..."If you/I spend our time caring about what other people think we will be just as low as them."

LOOKS AWESOME!!!

Most people are probably being negative towards the wheels beacause the the wheels do not make there 1 of 1,000,000,000,000,000 Camaros look as good!! OUCH!

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Old 12-02-2006, 04:26 PM
Rockin Kev Rockin Kev is offline
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Default RE: Autoblog's Reader Ride of the Day

Guys,
I have seen stock Squarebirds and custom Squarebirds and with the lines our cars have it looks fantastic as a custom or stock.

When you look what else was on offer in 58 the Squarebird was unique
The low seating position still gives it a sporty feel and as for that aircraft style interior and seating everyone else tried to copy it but in my opinion failed, and the length is fine as is the width, i would say its a car that fits in most modern day spaces and living in England, space is a premium!
I sure cant take our Friends 58 CADDY to the local supermarket carpark without getting problems.

Life without a SQUAREBIRD ahh...NEVER!
Kev.


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