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Old 08-07-2011, 11:40 PM
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The Ultimate Sleeper.

What is the best stock sleeper ever in your opinion? My vote GMC Typhoon.

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Re: The Ultimate Sleeper.

the older MS3's looked pretty stock and slow especially cause it was a hatch. they also didn't have the hoodscoop which the new ones have.

but 265 hp turbo is definitely a worthy opponent.
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Re: The Ultimate Sleeper.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27vINoRa2g0

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Re: The Ultimate Sleeper.

my buddy's cressida. looks totally stock. has dents and rust spots and all around just looks like a turd, but its 1j powered with a supra rear end.

oh wait you said stock sleeper......
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Re: The Ultimate Sleeper.

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Re: The Ultimate Sleeper.

Stock sleeper hmmmmm i say the old school str challenger!!
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Re: The Ultimate Sleeper.

ok...if you want to say SRT4 i can say STI or EVO...but what do they all have in common? they don't look like sleepers when they have wings and a hoodscoop and 17-18inch wheels.

i still think this is a good candidate.may not be the ultimate sleeper but a sleeper nonetheless.


and this as i also stated.
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