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Old 06-30-2003, 04:10 AM   #1
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well...i will put it in the books as a W for team bonnevilleclub....well heres the story....i was drivin around a little cuz i was bored goin down the road w/ the most stop lights...and i pulled up to this one where there was a f150...i looked over and the guy looked at me and i could see this younger (like my age) blonde in the passenger seat lookin at me...i had linkin parks new cd goin...and she kept lookin at me...so the light tunred green and we both started out slow...then i looked at him and he looked over and we both punched it at like the same time....maybe me a littel after him...well then i caught up and got ahead of him by bout 1/8 car length...and i was pullin ahead but very slowly...well then we were goin cross a bridge comin up to a stop light and we both backed if off...then we both turned around and i was ahead of him and lost him for about 10 min...then comin back into town from the other way...guess who i saw...the guy that i beat in the F150...so i wipped it around real quick and came up to a light w/ him...on his passenger side this time...and the chick was yellin somethin but i had in da club goin so...i didnt really hear what she said...but we didnt race at that light...he pussed out...well...theres my story...just put a W in the books...thas sad a 3.8SC beat a 351 or wahtever fords run...
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Nice kill. I'm suprised that truck hung with you though. He must have done some work to that truck, cause stock, those things are slugs.
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them new ones...them have some accell...my bro has the exact same one...he saids he can take me...he'll get what he wants...but ill be smokin him!
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I'don't know man but that must mean my old 90 SE (RIP) was pretty fst because I smoked two F150'* right before my car got totaled. All I had in it was a chip.
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