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Old 01-20-2004, 05:03 AM   #51
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As for the fastest I've been in a car it was in my 1988 Lebaron Convertable. I was racing a 2000 Corvette and although I lost I was only 200rpm short of the red-line and could have gotten there, but I started thinking about not having a roll bar and I had the convertable top down. Speedo only reads up to 125 so I had to calculate the gear size, tire size, and rpms (actually Ed Peters, and old Chrysler engineer, did it for me) we figured out that I had been in the immediate vicinity of 157-159mph.
what was done to it? thats to fast with the top down....
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