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Old 10-14-2005, 12:57 PM   #1
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I dont rtecomend it, unless you want this to come out of your transmission on the street.....




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I have thought about tray sliding, but I dont have a beater car.

would be really fun though, then again I would drift more than do something like that.

should this be in the "in motion section"??
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should this be in the "in motion section"??
good point lots of motion
i never would think to do that good way to mess up your parents car
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should this be in the "in motion section"??
good point lots of motion
i never would think to do that good way to mess up your parents car
that is rental car stuff right there.
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make sure you get the insurance
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make sure you get the insurance
You should get that no matter what. Especially if you drive like a teen.
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You should get that no matter what. Especially if you drive like a teen.
everyone likes to drive like a teen in a rental car
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HAHA that was pretty cool, but the cars gotta be pretty messed up, rental car next time lol
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