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Old 09-28-2009, 11:45 AM   #1
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Default My car got it's picture in an online catalog.

I was on a job interview with a car place which I can not mention but they wanted to put a new wheel on my 2001 Camaro and take some pictures. I said yes of course. Here is one of the pictures:



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sorry but I'm not feeling it...
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Looks like a flower.
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Looks like the Year One Trans Am repop wheels. . . .
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Looks like the Year One Trans Am repop wheels. . . .
My thoughts exactly.
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Looks like the Year One Trans Am repop wheels. . . .
+1 I was thinking the same thing.
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Looks like the old T/A wheels from the late 70s.....I had a few of them.
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Yep, I see your car on their site! Why in the world did they wanna put them on your car and not a Firebird? LOL...and no full shot of the car...epic advertising fail.
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yea def, those are firebird wheels.
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Those look like Pontiac Snowflake wheels. I thought the offset was wrong for those to fit on 4th gen cars.
I'd love to see pics of the gold snowflakes on a NBM car.

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I hope you got the job BEFORE you let them take pics of your car.

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