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Offline Sapper

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2 stroke plate on Xtreme
« on: May 13, 2012, 09:08:01 PM »
Got my son a very nice 1999 S-10 Xtreme last Friday. We were thinking up some plates for it since all my cars have personalized plates of some sort.

I got him "2-STRKR". I thought up some other ones but that's the one he wanted since Ky only allows 6 digits (minus the dash). So when the plate comes in (3 weeks or so), we'll get some pics with the bike in the back. 125 is still in pieces otherwise we'd jam both in there.

Other cars are HOT LT1 on the 94 Impala SS, SLEPRZ on my dually which was passed from my 02 Z28...which was a serious sleeper. The the wifes new Chevy Cruze which sports the Combat Veteran plate.
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Offline MetalMike1982

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« Reply #1 on: May 14, 2012, 04:21:17 PM »
 I've had "UL-LOOZ" on my plate since about 96 or so . its on my 04 Ram now but was made for my 91 Camaro RS That was the definition of sleeper . it's funny how many people talk shit about the 80's-early90's Camaro's . I used to enjoy letting mustang 5.0 owners run there mouth about my gutless chevy 5.0 and then blow there doors off  leaving them full of questions that I wouldnt answer . :D
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Offline MXLord327

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« Reply #2 on: May 14, 2012, 06:20:26 PM »
I had a '79 Z-28 that looked very stock except for the wider rear tires and fiberglass cowl induction hood that was a super sleeper.  I built a really hot 327 for it, then added a 200 hp NOS nitrous kit to it.  I embarrassed quite a few people with that one!!!
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