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Old 10-05-2003, 10:18 PM   #11
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Good thing your car didn't get hit, do you know why the guy locked up his brakes in the first place?

Haha @ the guy with the Kia who thought he could take a Nova.
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Good thing your car didn't get hit, do you know why the guy locked up his brakes in the first place?

Haha @ the guy with the Kia who thought he could take a Nova.
I'm assuming he did it just to mess with the Kia.

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Talk about a close one!

Idiots that race in residential areas need to be given a firm beating!
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Cars on the side of the streets, rails, christ., road doesn't even look very grippy. Idiots. pure idiots.
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Good thing nobody got hurt
...or did they? I don't see any details on the aftermath of that mess.
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I'm sure they were sore the next morning. They didn't stick around for the cops.
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Good thing your car didn't get hit, do you know why the guy locked up his brakes in the first place?

Haha @ the guy with the Kia who thought he could take a Nova.
Didn't the '66 Nova II just have a straight or slant 6?
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Didn't the '66 Nova II just have a straight or slant 6?
IIRC, you could get it with a straight six or some larger V8 sizes. Slant 6 was a MoPar engine.

'course, there'* no telling what the street racing Nova could have had in it, except that I doubt it would have been the straight 6...
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Poor Nova (Chevy II). Idiot driver!
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Didn't the '66 Nova II just have a straight or slant 6?
IIRC, you could get it with a straight six or some larger V8 sizes. Slant 6 was a MoPar engine.

'course, there'* no telling what the street racing Nova could have had in it, except that I doubt it would have been the straight 6...
Yeah, that'* right. May have been a 6 to race a Kia. Then again, he didn't prove that he was the sharpest tool in the shed...
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