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Old 01-21-2007, 06:59 AM
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Killed a Camaro

Ok kinda a kill, I rate it as a kill. On friday I was on my way home from the docs office. I had this camaro thinking he was mr. badboy. Yeah every time he stepped on the throttle he got a puff of blue smoke out his tail pipes. Well he kept riding my rear. So I stepped on it and left him in a cloud of blacksmoke. Then he past me, ain't no way I was gonna let this idiot be in front of me. So I had a window of oppurtunity when traffic let me. I flipped the switch to extreme, and mashed the throttle to the floor. I expanded my flight wings and took off like a jet leaving this p.o.s. camaro with a teenage kid driving it in a thick cloud of black smoke. It ain't over yet. The kid flew up behind me after I let off. He was so close I couldn't see his headlights. So I stepped on it again leaving him again in black smoke. Came to a stop sign and I pulled off to the right to make my right hand turn towards my house. So I thought. He pulled up next to me revving his engine. I couldn't resist, I turned off my blinker, Pushed down the brake as hard as I could. With my other foot I mashed the throttle down. The turbo spooled up and the next thing I know I am blowing burnt rubber and black smoke the wind was in my favor. Being it was blowing all this crap towards him then I released the brake and luanched straight down the road leaving him at the stop sign. I had to turn around to go home but hey it was worth it. I don't think that punk will play with me no more. The best part is he lives by me. So we will have run ins again in the future.
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Old 01-21-2007, 07:02 AM
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Old 01-21-2007, 07:05 AM
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You got to love those teen agers with worn out v-8's thinking they are badazz and gonna be able to beat a big ole diesel truck. I will admit it was an emarrassement to see this car on the road, hood and front clip in primer grey, primer grey spots all over the car, blue smoke coming out of the exhaust everytime he stepped on it. This car didn't belong on the road it belonged in a junkyard.
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Old 01-21-2007, 07:07 AM
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Old 01-21-2007, 07:14 AM
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Nice kill, only problem I have with it, is this.. several years ago.. I was that punk kid with the ragged out V-8!!! Sometimes you do the best you can with what ya got.. back in my day there weren't any diesel trucks gonna school me, but were lots of folks with much faster cars. Oh well, I survived, and now I'm on the other end.. schooling ricers!!!
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Old 01-21-2007, 07:18 AM
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Aaron, I was there too buddy, I had an 85 Mustang gt with t-tops I thought I was the man. Seats all tore up, had a blue front clip curtosey of me putting it in the ditch, the rest of the car was white. T-tops leaked when it rained. But my engine that was another story, it ran like it was brand new. Becuase it was brand new rebuild. It was a sleeper car in my eyes. Looked like crap sounded like it was stock but it ran 12's in the quarter mile.
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Old 01-21-2007, 07:26 AM
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Great Kill!!! I like the part where you did the burnout right on top of him!!!
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Old 01-21-2007, 07:33 AM
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Great Kill!!! I like the part where you did the burnout right on top of him!!!

I was thinking some burnt rubber may help his vehicles looks some.
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Old 01-21-2007, 07:50 AM
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Mine was a 77 olds Cutlass.. was a sleeper of sorts.. great big whale of a car. Definately not quick from a standing start.. and too heavy to powerbrake, but let me start from about 35 mph.. and it would haul. Body was decent..then got beat up.. then was decent again.. then I beat it up again. Engine wasn't anything special, but was fairly quiet and didn't smoke.

I guess I really can't complain, it got me from 16 to about 21 and kept me from dying...
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