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Postby Shellysowner » 15 Apr 2007, 10:53

More widened steels like Mikunis! Love them. :)
Doive wrote:I remember last summer being in another Chevette with a quite mad driver, and we were drifting round A class roads at 65mph with the tail sliding progressively on the corners. It was fantastic.

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Postby Herbie_Flowers » 15 Apr 2007, 20:14

looks really good being that low on wide wheels, almost enough for me to consider owning one 8) :shock:
any chance of you knocking that free standing shack/roof down and sending it over for Doive.....his tarpaulin is giving him mould :lol:
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Postby 14yearoldchevetter » 15 Apr 2007, 21:04

Sex on wheels......
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Postby CancerWagon » 15 Apr 2007, 23:20

The green sexmachine :lol:

I do love the overall image you have on this car. Wonderfully low. :)
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Postby sexychevette » 16 Apr 2007, 08:33

Cheers for the comments guys :P

Herbie_Flowers wrote:any chance of you knocking that free standing shack/roof down and sending it over for Doive.....his tarpaulin is giving him mould :lol:


yeah bro hard. Ive upgraded from my tarpaulin. Found this massive canvas tent on the side of the road. Cut it up and now i have heaps of mean car covers :wink:
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Postby Herbie_Flowers » 17 Apr 2007, 02:40

sexychevette wrote:yeah bro hard.

unsure what that means my NZ is not what it was :?
sexychevette wrote:Ive upgraded from my tarpaulin. Found this massive canvas tent on the side of the road. Cut it up and now i have heaps of mean car covers :wink:

erm...was there a Ralph lurking about as you've now made him homeless
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Postby mikuni » 20 Apr 2007, 01:06

haha nice comment on the homeless styles.

"yeah bro hard" is kiwi for: "Yes, you're quite right. I concur" :wink:

Yay for wide steels tho. NZ is repping in this department. I'm looking at doing some more for my sedan :D Can't wait to line our three cars up next to each other! Will make for sexual photos no doubt.
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Postby chris(not) » 08 May 2007, 22:29

Or the whir of tiny Corgi / Matchbox / Vanguards etc etc..... wheels.
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Postby shoveitnz » 10 May 2007, 15:02

hello sexy chevette....
Your car is on ebay right now! look...

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Ispose if they needed a picture of a chevette they couldive done a lot worse eh.
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Postby Shellysowner » 10 May 2007, 15:09

shoveitnz wrote:hello sexy chevette....
Your car is on ebay right now! look...

linky

Ispose if they needed a picture of a chevette they couldive done a lot worse eh.


Beat you Alex :P http://www.chevettes.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=12639
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Postby shoveitnz » 10 May 2007, 15:12

whoops. Just drifting through ads and thought 'i know that low green car'...

Thought some one else might spot it but wasnt sure.
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Postby Doive » 22 Jun 2007, 11:45

Wow! A mk2 Avenger estate, I'd be surprised if any of them were still left on the UK's roads. Looks lovely...

That little Gemini looks great as well, I'm guessing it's a scrapper though if you're pulling the axle etc out of it. Seems a shame to kill such a nice looking little car. I do really like your Piazza though - 8)
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Postby sexychevette » 23 Jun 2007, 22:08

Doive wrote:Wow! A mk2 Avenger estate, I'd be surprised if any of them were still left on the UK's roads. Looks lovely...

That little Gemini looks great as well, I'm guessing it's a scrapper though if you're pulling the axle etc out of it. Seems a shame to kill such a nice looking little car. I do really like your Piazza though - 8)


Haha yeah the guy with the avenger just sold it to buy mikunis old Chevette sedan :P There are a few avengers around..probably less than chevettes but i do seem them around and up for sale sometimes.

Not so sure what to do with the gemini. Right now im just concentrating on my 6 day engine conversion so that i can drive the 400km to the Oldschool Nationals :lol: I will probably wack the chevette diff in the rear and roll it up my driveway.

The piazza is my friend car. He scored it for $500 and its only done 120kms...which i guess would roughly be about 70miles. The gemini was faster tho :P so hes guna get his bottom kicked by the chevette. Cant wait to finnaly be able to do a half decent burnout :lol:
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Postby Herbie_Flowers » 24 Jun 2007, 18:32

another bodging kiwi aka sexychevette wrote:Will be ultra bodged tho

what the heII is it with you blokes and bodging is it the air or something :?: :shock: :lol:
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Postby sexychevette » 25 Jun 2007, 03:53

Herbie_Flowers wrote:
another bodging kiwi aka sexychevette wrote:Will be ultra bodged tho

what the heII is it with you blokes and bodging is it the air or something :?: :shock: :lol:


Well i was gona say that my engine conversion would be "rangi as bro' but i didnt think u guys would understand. Seen people saying bodge on Top gear and Coronation st, so i chose that word.

The 'bodging' it self, comes from the fact that most NewZealanders who own chevettes also have no money :lol:
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Postby CancerWagon » 25 Jun 2007, 03:58

Sapristi! Another Isuzu powered Chevette! :D

Bodging is an excellent way to "prove things in theory" before spending endless time and effort to get it all fancy and perfect. :wink:
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Postby shoveitnz » 26 Jun 2007, 21:55

I agree- Theres good bodges and bad bodges! And a good bodge will get the job done in the meantime and from there when time allows you can then tidy it up.

In my experience some of the best bodges are on some of the most winning cars at the races as the fellas can spend more time trying different things out rather then spending time just making their cars look all pretty like its just been covered in glue and drivin through a Burton power shop.

A fella from hometown Blenheim has a mint dropped avenger stationwagon- its wicked! I think hes on oldschool.co.nz.

Keep us posted when you start the rotary conversion- I'm bloody loving mine! Its so fun!!! best of luck
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