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View Poll Results: How old is Hector
0-18 1 2.78%
19-25 8 22.22%
26-35 9 25.00%
36-45 9 25.00%
46-55 (like Turtle) 1 2.78%
56-65 2 5.56%
66-100 6 16.67%
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Old 03-03-2003, 02:17 AM   #21
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I will send you a ADTR Shirt Silverbullet, send me your address through PM so I can be sure it'* you, caues e-mail could be anyone. There ya go.
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Old 03-03-2003, 09:18 AM   #23
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I had a feeling he was a younger lad...All right Hector!!..I got the poll right, woo hoo!!

That means many many more years of tinking with our Bonnevilles...

faster...faster....FASTER...
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So...did I miss it...How old is he??
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Back a few posts in this thread. 20.
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AAHHHH...A puppy???? lol

well great...that means we'll have great BONNEVILLE mod parts well after I'm GONE....

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..I think hes 20, no one over 20-25 would drift on California on ramps

God I wish I could do that....
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No BS Tamara.
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..I think hes 20, no one over 20-25 would drift on California on ramps

God I wish I could do that....
Driftin IS a hard game to do.. it no longers comes down to how much you can spend into your car to make it go fast.. but how well you're driving skill is and knowing your car to execute the longest skid ( Drift ) possible. ( Al Cheapo tires comes in handy ). So it becomes talent and skill over the size of your pocket book ( Which is way better in my opinion ). The next hardest thing beyond driftin that requires major driving skill is Rally driving ( Which co incidence do require good driftin skill too ). If you're really tempted to try it... try it in winter ( with lots of snow and ice on the ground ) and use your parking / emergency brake to initiate it ( since there'* less traction makin it easier to put the car sideways ).. then work your way up to rainny wet surface.. and so on.. but be forwarned that it'* LEARN AT OWN RISK and don't be trying it in public roads ( or at least get caught ) practice in big empty mall parking lots.. just watch out for light posts and abandon Rice cars.. I mean abandon shoppin carts.. ha ha ha.
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