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Old 07-26-2005, 12:57 PM   #21
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Old 07-26-2005, 01:00 PM   #22
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put another car engine in the trunk. I saw a black SSE or SSEi, with a complete engine in the trunk with the trunk lid open. That car was riding so low, it was crazy. What was that person thinking?????
Sounds like Zais to me....LOL
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Meh...it'* only SE....and hopefully he popped the gas and they fell out.....Nice repost though.
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put another car engine in the trunk. I saw a black SSE or SSEi, with a complete engine in the trunk with the trunk lid open. That car was riding so low, it was crazy. What was that person thinking?????
Yes! That remind me...when I picked up the 455 for my 79, all I had was the Bonnie. The truck was getting a new tranny. I used a cherry picker and set that sucker right in the trunk! Talk about a low rider for that 75 mile trip home!! LOL.
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drink and drive
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Looks like someone took away your picture privleges Steve-o!! lol
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Donuts. Except in R.
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Looks like someone took away your picture privleges Steve-o!! lol
i couldnt get the link to show correctly...oh well
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I'll admit to hauling the 92'* replacement tranny in the 97
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I"ll admit to two 16 gal kegs of beer.......BUT I WAS 21 AT THE TIME!!!!!! LOL
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