After the success of the first round of pictures, here is part 2. Now with 20% more $kaybait! But first, some announcements. First, I would like to thank DasWauto for putting part 1 in today's Best of Oppositelock. Second, I would like to apologize to mattp123. I promised that I'd have more pictures of the 1968 Hurst Olds, but the one I posted in part 1 is the only one I have. Sorry about that. Last but not least, a big congratulations to Indyracer, who correctly guessed the car with the engine pictured below within three minutes of me posting it, and then narrowed down the year a few minutes later. And that car was a 1965 Corvette, which is pictured below the engine. Now, enjoy part 2!

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No, it's not a 250 GTO. It's a 330 chassis with the 250 GTO body work, so a replica. At least it's not based on a Fiero...

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