J-2000

 

With the success my Nova had brought my speed shop in the early eighties, I decided to build another Pro-Street car.  First, I looked at the areas that defined a Pro-Streeter – areas like the engine, the transmission, the huge rear tires, the narrowed rear axles, the stance, the interior and the paint.  Next, I determined that I would take all of these areas to an extreme.  Finally, I decided to stuff all this technology into the smallest narrowest car I could find to get the greatest effect.  I've always felt that if a little's good, and a lot's better, then too much is just right.  This philosophy was also carried over to the 14 color graphics applied by Chip Whittington.

      

– J-2000 Brochure Contents –
(38+ Megabytes = Slow Loading)
 
 Hot Rod Magazine’s 50th Anniversary  ................................... 1
The Ten Best Street Machines of All Time  ............................. 2
 What Makes a Pro-Streeter? ................................................... 3
The J-2000’s Unique Features and Innovations  ..................... 4
The Revell Model ...................................................................... 5
Hot Rod Magazine’s Hot Rod of the Year ................................. 6
Hot Rod Magazine’s First 50 Years ......................................... 7
Facts and History ..................................................................... 8
Specifications ........................................................................... 9
Quotes from the Magazines .............................................. 10-12
80 Thumbnails from Magazine Covers and Articles ........ 13-17

 

 

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