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  1. bad440

    bad440 everything,all the time..

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    spoken like atrue squidbillie...
     
  2. 68er

    68er 68Dart GT

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    After reading this and all the post after it while drinking my hot :coffee2: I decided this is a great thread and it needs more stories to support this one...

    Your username explains it all when I read this... You would not of got the reaction you did without all the intense action it portrayed..

    You hit it all... Story intro ; Action intro ; Course of action ; Tad of confliction ; then resolved actions and a satisfying ending...

    If you had just said " I was out and about this morning. I saw a few Jap Craps and I showed them the what and now , this is why I drive a Mopar..... well that just not going to do it lol

    Thanks for the entertainment...

    You should write short stories ;) more often
     
  3. adriver

    adriver Blazing Apostle

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    LA?
    HA. You West Coast wosses don't know danger.
    Come to Atlanta.
    We drive 85 MPH, bumper to bumper, side to side with no where to go.
    It's NASCAR here, son.
    Without the good drivers.
    Smack down time.

    And every few days some idiot shuts down the expressway.
    Last month one night the Ninja Bikers flew by me. I thought one was going to sideswipe me.
    Up the road at bit, the traffic completely stopped just in front of me.
    Oh shit. I want to get home. And the emergency lane to exit was blocked by a semi.
    And to top it off there is some fellow from a third world country behind me acting like a fool and yelling.
    When the interstate started moving, sure enough there was a biker on the side of the road.
    Sadly, I don't think he was dead.
     
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    ramenth Gratis persona

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    Give the Masspike a try. At times 85mph will get you ran over for going too slow.
     
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    • rumblefish360

      rumblefish360 I have escaped the evil Empire State! FABO Gold Member

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      What I have or have not seen is not what this is all about. I'm not going to babble on on your subdifudge. (Purposeful misspelling)
      The bottom line here is you just don't like what you think occurred in which I believe you think it was a F&F movie scene.

      Even if it was, your constant posting against the event doesn't change the past nor does it prevent future like happenings. You whine like a bitch just pissing people off creating a fucked up thread without care or concern.

      So hence, I guess it is only fair that we return the favor regardless of how we actually feel a out the topic. Just as long as your in it were going to haunt you were ever you go unless it is when you go home to hell.


      To late, your late, he starts we finish. And that is the way it is. He continues to be a pest. Why should we back down from and enjoy get together thread because of him, he who ruins god times and stories.

      Perhaps you should invite him over so he can bother your dinner guests at the next gathering and when everyone is gone, you can rub his feet for him. After all, it's just his opinion that your family is all screwed up based on what ever opinion they have.

      Enjoy dinner!
       
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      • rnaz

        rnaz nitrous fed 390

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        You beat me to it.
         
      • adriver

        adriver Blazing Apostle

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        Yep, 85 is the normal flow of traffic.
        In the fast lane you will get run over here too sometimes.
        Normally because they are on cell phones.
        Although for the life of me I can't understand how they can see considering how dark is must be up there where their heads are.
        And the fast lane is where all the accidents seem to be when they hit the wall.
        Except for the occasional car up side down in the middle lane.
        Go figure.
         
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        • greymouser7

          greymouser7 Vagrant Vagabond “Veni Vidi Vici”

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          The one time I drove in LA it was bumper to bumper stopped traffic. The only thing moving was the motorcycles with 'their right to drive in between cars.'

          I can imagine it gets awfully fast when people can finally get moving-like a cocaine fueled zombie mob!

          I have driven in those FAST, bumper-to-bumper conditions on an interstate at both 70' and 90 - very nervous for my family because I usually drive small cars. {the ole civic gets 26mpg @ 90, the flatbed, I can only pass 4 to 7 gas stations before refueling; ain't scared in the flatbed-they are!}

          That said, I can see myself doing the same thing-no pass-judgement here.
          This :burnout: is a heritage we loosing.

          :thumblef: Justin
           
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          • Mopar to ya

            Mopar to ya Well-Known Member

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            Good job. I was roasted and given the same 'beat some man into you comment' by 1968FormulaS340 for street racing. I offered at the time, and my offer is still open. Come see me, 1968FormulaS340 and I will happily beat some man into you. If you don't like street racing, fine. The majority of us build our cars for the street. That's where we drive, and that's where we race. We are (most of us) old enough to be sensible for the most part. I race all comers as long as I feel it is safe to do so. Take out some more ricers. I love embarrassing them.
             
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            • 805moparkid

              805moparkid Slant and AFX Guy

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              haha 405 in LA, nough said right wild... what you east coast guys don't take into account the dirt rutted freeways, atleast might as well be they are so bad!
               
            • Captain Canuck

              Captain Canuck Well-Known Member

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              Dang.... I'm going to subscribe to this thread!

              Great stories, fast paced action, and a little drama to boot.... Lol

              Pure entertainment!
               
            • krazykuda

              krazykuda Well-Known Member FABO Gold Member How-To Section Editor

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              [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0wu1aj3X4M"]This is Great - YouTube[/ame]
               
            • 1wild&crazyguy

              1wild&crazyguy Banned

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              lol.
               
            • 69383valiant

              69383valiant It is what it is...

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              1wild&crazyguy Banned

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              Ditto.
              I can't believe the reaction from a few here either, cheers!

              Why are some people so guttless and bitchafied?

              It is not like we are out there everyday doing this, and its not like we are looking for death and destruction. Those who hate on us are also hating on there muscle car heritage, and even how this country came to be. My father street raced back in 60's as did many of our fathers 'for the 30-45 yr old crowd'.

              The ones hating on us and telling us to take it to the track are the same ones who back the politcians who systematically tear down our drag strips.

              All you haters are all talk, sell your mopar and go ride a bike already.
               
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              inkjunkie Well-Known Member

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              Justin, if/when you come up with an answer to your questions please inform us.
               
            • coffeedart67

              coffeedart67 Well-Known Member

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              I am not a tuner fan, but when stop and think, a lot of us did the same things (just with different cars) when we were young, if it had a v8, throw a 4 barrel and dual exhaust on it(headers if you could afford them), couldn't afford the right size carb, put what could be afforded even if it was too big, put a cam in that was too big to get the lope. Jack em up to fit wide tires on the back....
               
            • rumblefish360

              rumblefish360 I have escaped the evil Empire State! FABO Gold Member

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              We did what we could do because that's all that could be done.
               
            • macho781988

              macho781988 your resident horses a$$

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              ive driven 150 mph on a highway at 3 am. mostly pushed most of my bros mustangs to 100 on the interstate at 3 am.

              took same car thru st louis at 3 am. the arch looks beautiful all lit up as do the bridges, 3 am, dual exhaust with the exits under the car 5 spd 4.6 and windows down :)
              . not a mopar but it was still a very fun car
               
            • macho781988

              macho781988 your resident horses a$$

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              that being said. i have been called at 5 am cause my buddy had a fight with his wife and i had to come make sure his car was alright and take him to the er, and again just this last winter when my brother rolled his f250 on to its side but it deffintly rolled completely over first. he went to the er and he came out completly fine( lucky) i know the risks when i hit that accelerator which is why i mostly run on the inerstate late at night cause the things empty and im most likely to be killed by a deer at that point. i would love to be able to run on the indy infield track, or play in an empty parking lot, or compete in one of those autocross things but those take money that i dont have. and i really dont even have a car anymore, but that was still a great story and very fun to read non the less.
               
            • moparlover

              moparlover Well-Known Member

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              all I can say about the threadstarter and his cheerleader rumblemeds360 is
              "you cant fix stupid"
               
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              • inkjunkie

                inkjunkie Well-Known Member

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                But you can put it on your "Ignore List".....just saying....
                 
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                ramenth Gratis persona

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                Tell me everyone on here as driven absolutely by the law and I'll show you a liar.

                Driving the '69 as a kid, blowing by slower traffic on the right, just inches off the guard rail because someone was doing 30 in a 55 and oncoming traffic was miles long. Burying the needle with a car full of passengers, making my friend nervous as all get out as he tried to stay calm and cool while his hand was shaking so bad he could barely get his soda to his mouth. Blowing Corvettes off going up a steep hill, stalking Porches in Elmira.

                Holy shit, I drove my brother's 360 powered '81 D150 to work once upon a time. Had a guy pass me and four other cars with traffic coming at him. Ran us all off the road. When traffic cleared out and I could go, I was just inches off his bumper at about 80-90 mph in a 45mph zone.

                Was talking to Sarah back when she was driving the Diplomat, when it was legal to talk on the phone and drive. I hear the 4bbls open and the tires squawk. Asked her, "what the hell?" She told me some idiot in a Camaro tried to make it around her when the light changed green, but "she showed him!"

                Everyone one of us has these stories. For some to act all so innocent is absolute bulls***.
                 
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                I heartily agree. If we were young now, we would likely be building tuner cars as well. I don't hate them, and I go to a car show on occasion that is a mix of ricers, classics, new muscle and mods. It's quite an eclectic mix of cars. I am just happy to see kids getting into cars. I do end up running against them a lot, because they either try or they brag about their 9 second car and I race them only to find that it isn't a 9 second car. Either way, if you look at some of the engineering these kids come up with, it's either impressive or scary, but it's just a modern way of doing what we did as kids. More power to them, I just love my old muscle better.
                 
              • 1wild&crazyguy

                1wild&crazyguy Banned

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                It's nice to know how hated I am on this site, I guess I have nothing to offer to anyone on this site.

                If you ever see my black '67 valiant while out driving, stay the hell away if you know what's good for you.

                I come on here to tell a story and i get a bunch whinny sissy pc over reactor types passing judgement .

                Nice to be appreciated.

                I meet more dip shit Mopar guys than dip shit Chevy guys, why is that?
                At least them Chevy douche bags have to be smart enough to come up with ways to make their piles of chit fast.
                 
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