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Guitarsextreme

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Guitarsextreme last won the day on August 27

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About Guitarsextreme

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Forever Pontiac

  • Name
    Randy
  • Gender
    Male
  • Year
    1964
  • Car
    Tempest
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    GTO

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  1. Well, been going over the car and replacing sensors that were starting to go bad, bushings, installing those rear control arms, and getting ready to blow the car apart and hopefully get everything installed and painted. Yeah, the car is getting lighter and the body panels I made and modified along with the new nose I made. Should look killer and mean. But, still retain the Superbird looks. Oh, and it'll be sporting a killer pic on the wing of one of Acme Corporations own beta tester.
  2. Alrighty, those pics were great!! Those cartoon characters covering the heads cracked me up. It was great spending time with frosty and Joe. Yes, and Joe's car is a beast !! And riding in frosty's car for the first time was fun and scary at the same time. Although, we did have a great meal and good fun bugging each other. Yes, I broke a lower control arm bushings and it took me 2 hours to replace with help from some of the guys between runs. Now the local Button Dodge dealership did a video shoot the next day. I'll post a link soon. If not you can see my inpromto, non scripted, they didn't tell me what they wanted so I just sort of stumbled my way thru it. You can check their website and see the video. I made a very smokey dealership and lots of noise. The salesmen we're in panic. All the mechanics stopped working on cars and we're in the parking lot watching lol !! And at Indy lost a Vband off the exhaust while going down the highway back to the hotel. But, the cool part was the speed shop that we were visiting that evening luckily had one and installed it for me. Which was really killer. Now, the map thingie. I do have a map that is the scratch off type that I use for the Road Trip autocross events. I also, have decals for all the road courses I've raced with a map. And one for land speed racing. And one for all the states the lil woman and I traveled. Now, on the critter kills. We'll, I guess I could put a state which each were killed. Alot would be in SC, and NC. Now, the Michigan raccoon !! He just stayed there no movement to get outta the way. I think that it was from the inbreeding there !! Lol !! Ringo, yes I probably need to get one for the kills. Lmao!! Over all, it totally wears you out each day and makes for a long week. Especially driving home. But, the best part is. Great fun, great friends, great blast, and just plan fun !!
  3. Well, I have taken time away from the house and concentrating on the beast. I ordered new tires just hope that they get here in time.😰 Been going over the car tweaking thangs. Just gotta do some shake down runs and may even do an autocross this weekend to shake thangs down more.
  4. Yeah, I likey. Everything works great and the seat is comfy.
  5. Looky what I picked up for $100 bucks tonight.😬😬
  6. Heck I don't even have emergency brakes in the car
  7. Okay, well the not so recent news. Yes, I killed yet another deer with the car. Very little damage thank god. But, on an interesting note. I did run over a coyote Also, with no damage except for loosening up the exhaust creating a leak. Other than that not too much happening except for renovating a house which is killing my car show time and working on my car time. But, it's a wonderful day in the neighborhood
  8. Why do I visualize a Wile E. Coyote moment when he finally launches
  9. Well, up in the great white norf of the mason dixon line. It is still called rust. In the beautiful south well, we just say "it'll buff right out" lmao
  10. Okay, with the new heads and water pump cool. Now, I gotta ask. Did you replace the thermostat and the radiator cap with new ones?? 9 times outta 10 it's normally the radiator cap causing the overheating issue. Other times it will be the thermostat. Rare occasions engine timing can cause the issue. And on the outset part would be head gaskets leaking even with new ones. I know the guys have talked about the heater core leak. So, no need to rehash that.
  11. Yup too much big brother insurance agencies just trying to charge ya out the ying yang more than they do already. Now, I do have a twist for this monitor thingie. Now, it would be fun to actually find out just what they would do or say to someone like me who would plug it in only when racing at a road course track or land speed racing. I think that it would be hilarious to find out the outcome of their reaction would be on the data.
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