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Jim's 1962 Bonneville

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stratman

Followed these guys to work this morning...

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They were doing about 80mph and I could barely keep up, lol!  :driving:


 


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Very cool! Did they have to take a pit?

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Very cool! Did they have to take a pit?

 

Not while I was running with them... they were haulin' a$$ to NC! The poor hamsters in my Neon about died trying to keep up.  :stars:

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:lol: better treat those hamsters then :P


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I hope you didn't get pelted with any water bottles  :P


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Hendrick Motorsports is a cool place to visit if you're ever that way. You can see where the team cars are built/maintained and see a good size collection of their race cars, including the real race car that was reskinned to use in Days of Thunder. They have a cutaway chassis that you can tryout a driver's compartment. I got into it and couldn't believe how cramped everything is for the drivers.


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Okay here is the plan.  Follow them to a rest stop.  Steal an engine.  Ship it to Michigan. I can pick it up from there.


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Okay here is the plan.  Follow them to a rest stop.  Steal an engine.  Ship it to Michigan. I can pick it up from there.

 

Or Florida, whatever works ;) 

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