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Old 11-04-2006, 11:52 AM   #1
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Here is an unusual LS conversion (photographed at the SEMA show):





Quality of the conversion was a 10. Interior was well done also.

Car had hydraulics to raise and lower it.
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All those cars come with hydrolics. They were ahead of the times.
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We need to learn to communicate better amongst ourselves. Would have been great to meet other LS1Tech folks that attended SEMA!
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That's pretty slick!
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The first french car in thw world with a decent engine !!!!!!!!!!!!!

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They took an underpowered front wheel drive car and put in the LS1 and a rear-drive setup. Can you imagine the top speed with that slick shape??

I believe that body was made public around 1960.
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Very original and cool!
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Anyone know anything about the fuel rail covers? Love to have a set of paintable or polished ones....
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This company periodically has these on the "Bay".

http://aatcars.com/aat_covers/covers.htm
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Thanks philntx!
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