'18 LA CB/WR Eddie Smith

LaagerVol

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My first cousin has a 68 camaro chrome molley tubed chassis with a Fulton competition engine. My point is that it's easy to make cars go fast but the body of that mustang has curves that make you go boom. 😉
We all have different tastes. I like the 94-2004 mustangs but not the newer ones.

I do have a Ford rear end in my Camaro
 
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We all have different tastes. I like the 94-2004 mustangs but not the newer ones.

I do have a Ford rear end in my Camaro
I'm just messing with you lol. I don't even like drag racing lol. Camaro's are good cars. I do like the 67 best with a 327 double hump heads the best. You're right a 9 inch Ford rear end can handle anything.

Edit: 327 is my favorite Chevrolet engine. When we raced latemodel sportsman car at Anderson motor speedway when I was young that's the engine we used instead of the 350. Also when I was a child and my dad built his own dirt cars they also used 327's and would beat the pants off 350's.
 
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Pssh sissy car. You would probably wet your pants.

I do have a 2500HD crew cab 4wd to tow it with.

And used to drive a Geo Metro to Work. 😂 wish I still had that jewel.
v8 4 door tundra for me. The thing is a tank. love it. can't be low to the ground like this camaro and charger nonsense lol
 

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Sharp looking car. I also like the 71-73 Camaro with the round rear tail lights and the half front bumpers. I may actually like then better. Years ago my dad built dirt cars using the 73 body.
I like that model too.

I’ve always wanted to try dirt track racing but can’t bring myself to put that much money in something I know I will bang up every week lol. Sure looks like it would be fun though.
 
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I like that model too.

I’ve always wanted to try dirt track racing but can’t bring myself to put that much money in something I know I will bang up every week lol. Sure looks like it would be fun though.
I live near Barry Wright race cars. I can tell you that it is more expensive than asphalt. It's mind boggling how expensive it is actually. It's why my dad stopped before I was even able to get into it.

Edit: sorry guys didn't mean to derail the thread
 
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I had a red ford festiva once. Coworkers said I looked like mr incredible wedged in it lol.

I used to drive 200 miles a day so needed at least 40mpg
that's awesome. side note, when I'm on the highway I get cut off by a smart car or small compact more often than anything else. It's as if these people like risking their lives...
 
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Toyota Sienna here.

Tricked out with car seats and blaring Christian music all day. Various dents and scratches when things got real in a Hobby Lobby parking lot once.

You roll hard in a van or you don’t roll at all.

(Seriously, Toyota makes a fine minivan)
 
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