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Cars & Concepts GTC body kit
#11
I will TOTALLY buy a GTC kit for my lincoln, I miss my old erebuni kit, but this one is gonna look really nice on my car with the white ragtop and it all painted black.

If i had the money id buy 6 or 7 of them and sellem down the road as people become interested in them. u all know its hard to guagethe number of people that will buy one immediatly, but if a few were purchased, then people may be interested at a later date. (and u can make a tad bit of profit on them as well)
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#12
Actually C&C's "Design in Motion" team was responsible for MANY,MANY more vehicles:

1. Mustang & Capri Skylight T-Roof
2. Caddy Coupe & Sedan,Pontiac 6000,Buick Century Landau Roofs
3. GMC "Woody" (S15 with wood sides)
4. Mustang Convertibles
5. Chryser Daytona & Laser T-Roofs
6. Sport Hatch for the Firebird & Camaro
7. T-Roofs for Firebird & Camaro
8. Accessory kits for Chevy "S" series trucks
9. Kit for Dodge Caravan & Plymouth Voyager
10. Olds Cutlass convertible
11. Chevrolet "Snow-Chaser" Truck (Slick looking 4x4)
12. GMC Indy Hauler Truck (S15 Blazer)
13. Buick sporty "A" body kit
14. Odyssey African/Arctic Truck (Modified 4x4 Suburban)
15. IMSA Capri Race Car.

Just to mention a few...

Scott
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#13
Quote:I will TOTALLY buy a GTC kit for my lincoln, I miss my old erebuni kit, but this one is gonna look really nice on my car with the white ragtop and it all painted black.

If i had the money id buy 6 or 7 of them and sellem down the road as people become interested in them. u all know its hard to guagethe number of people that will buy one immediatly, but if a few were purchased, then people may be interested at a later date. (and u can make a tad bit of profit on them as well)

That makes 2 of us...
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#14
How many people do you need?

As long as nothing highly costly happens in the next 3 months, hell yea, i'm in.

I cant wait to file my taxes. :crossed:
97 LSC - blk/blk, Sniper Tuned, 13"cobra brakes, 05+ staggered saleen wheels, hubswapped, kybs, ss shock mounts, ss brake lines, JMOD, 4.10s, eaton truetrac, 8000k hid's, spider valve v3, x pipe, 3rd cat deleted, lms muffs, air silencer delete, k&n, 160* Tstat & MUCH More.
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#15
Quote:most companies are intrested in money,best way to do that would be start a paypal fund and have intrested parties deposit a down payment of $100 refundable if it does not go thru..that will usually light a fire under the company to get it done.it would help if they offer the first buyers a special price.

Nicely said, Frank.

I'll slap down a deposit.

Murderously Yours,

MACHVII
MACH VII 1992 LSC-R #004

351w, T5Z 5-speed, Cobra intake, 65mm throttle body, Custom built Gromm Racing AFR 185’s, E303 cam, Crane 1.6 roller rockers, BBK Headers, Converted to Mass Air, cold air kit, 75mm Mass Air Sensor, 42lb injectors, under drive pulley set, electric fan, 9mm plug wires, 190 LPH Fuel Pump, 1 5/16" front sway bar, 7/8" rear sway bar, MM sub frame connectors, caster camber plates, Panhard Bar, Bassani stainless steel X-pipe, Dynomax ultraflow mufflers, 2.5" exhaust, SN95 conversion with 13" slotted and cross drilled rotors, Braided steel brake lines, 3.73 gears, black powder coated 17x9 Cobra R rims, BF Goodrich G-Force KDWS T/A Radials (245/45ZR17 - front / 275-40ZR17 - rear)



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#16
I would put up $100 as well, if I knew the cost up front....

Hey Mach, you could imitate your poster if this came to be Big Grin
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'89 Lincoln Mark VII LSC (show queen)

49000 miles, no mods!

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'88 Ford Thunderbird Turbocoupe (winter beater)

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#17
Quote:I would put up $100 as well, if I knew the cost up front....

Hey Mach, you could imitate your poster if this came to be Big Grin

4 of us
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#18
Quote:I would put up $100 as well, if I knew the cost up front....

Exactly. :yesyes:
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1987 Lincoln Mark VII LSC | 1985 Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.3 | 1995 Ford Mustang GT | 1994 Dodge Ram 2500 4x4 Diesel | 2003 Ford Focus SVT
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#19
Quote:I would put up $100 as well, if I knew the cost up front....

Hey Mach, you could imitate your poster if this came to be Big Grin

You know it!

Hell, I still have to get that damn thing reproduced so that I can spread the GTC love!

Now that I've got a 5 speed and a 351w the MACHVII is getting closer and closer to being a proper GTC replica everyday (only with a LOT of extra goodies that the GTC was lacking)! Then there are the other modifications on the way Confusedhifty: ...

Tee-hee!

Murderously Yours,

MACHVII
MACH VII 1992 LSC-R #004

351w, T5Z 5-speed, Cobra intake, 65mm throttle body, Custom built Gromm Racing AFR 185’s, E303 cam, Crane 1.6 roller rockers, BBK Headers, Converted to Mass Air, cold air kit, 75mm Mass Air Sensor, 42lb injectors, under drive pulley set, electric fan, 9mm plug wires, 190 LPH Fuel Pump, 1 5/16" front sway bar, 7/8" rear sway bar, MM sub frame connectors, caster camber plates, Panhard Bar, Bassani stainless steel X-pipe, Dynomax ultraflow mufflers, 2.5" exhaust, SN95 conversion with 13" slotted and cross drilled rotors, Braided steel brake lines, 3.73 gears, black powder coated 17x9 Cobra R rims, BF Goodrich G-Force KDWS T/A Radials (245/45ZR17 - front / 275-40ZR17 - rear)



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#20
Quote:Exactly. :yesyes:


Ditto here
Dereck

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