Big 12 Teams as Cars

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Oct 30, 2007
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460 hp 454, solid lifters? Wasn’t that actually a 1970-1/2 Chevelle?
I'm not sure if it has the 396, the base 454, or the LS6 454 engine. It's a beautiful car though. You've got to love a classic Chevrolet muscle car in hugger orange. :thumbup:
But, are you aware that it is a Chevy?
Absolutely. I've always been a faithful GM guy. My first car was a 60's muscle car. I barely ran when I bought it, but it was a lot of fun to rebuild with my dad. Those are great memories.
 

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I'm not sure if it has the 396, the normal 454, or the LS6 454 engine. It's a beautiful car though. You've got to love a classic Chevrolet muscle car in hugger orange. :thumbup:

Absolutely. I've always been a faithful GM guy. My first car was a 60's muscle car. I barely ran when I bought it, but it was a lot of fun to rebuild with my dad. Those are great memories.
The front license plate says LS6
 

Jostate

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Is anyone else slightly offended that both the Oklahoma programs got Trucks? :derp:
Can't speak for OU, but we're previously an A&M, in a small Oklahoma town, with a head coach who sports a mullet. A pickup was unavoidable.
 

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That's really the strangest post I've seen in here in a long time.
Yet, sadly, nowhere near as strange as a religious institution facilitating rape in order to win amateur athletic contests. Then having many fans feeling sorry for the instigator of this system because he lost his job and walked away with millions of dollars.

I spoilered it for you.