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Old 05-11-2005, 02:39 PM   #21
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Once I was driving my husbands mustang that had a really loud muffler and he always told me that if I went past a cop to put it into neutral so I wouldn't get pulled over. I was attempting to try it and went straight into reverse at 70 mph. He was in the car with me. The wheels started chirping and I dropped it back into drive. He looked out the back end and reassured me that we didn't lose the *** end

We didn't have any problems with it after that and we got the muffler fixed shortly after that.
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