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    What did you do??? Get caught stealin your mommas ride?

    We got caught when my best friend and I took his mommas 88 Olds with the Quad 4. We went to Saturday school with it and were flying thru the parkinglot at our high school in reverse (redlinin it) and then craming it in drive. It would smoke the heck out of the tires...till his momma got a phone call from the princepal. Needless to say, we served a few more Saturday schools after that.
    Common sense is not that common.

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    Re: What did you do??? Get caught stealin your mommas ride?

    Quote Originally Posted by bluegrassjh
    We got caught when my best friend and I took his mommas 88 Olds with the Quad 4. We went to Saturday school with it and were flying thru the parkinglot at our high school in reverse (redlinin it) and then craming it in drive. It would smoke the heck out of the tires...till his momma got a phone call from the princepal. Needless to say, we served a few more Saturday schools after that.

    Interesting phrase you have in your signature.

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    ITS WHAT HIS MOMMA WAS YELLING AT HIM WHILE BEATING THE CRAP OUT OF HIM. :wink:

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    fun fun fun til your daddy takes your t-bird away :wink:

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    when I was 16 ,,my MOM had a big old Ford LTD with a 390 engine , it would burn the right rear tire through all 3 gears simply by stomping it to the floor , you didn't have to power brake it or nothing , just stomp it,,funny thing is she kept taking it to the ford place and griping about the front end out of align because we would swap the tire to the front every weekend , she gave them HELL :lol:
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    maniac thats a good one :lol: it reminded me when i was 12 and
    my dad would buy cars, fix em and sell them, he brought home
    a 62' falcon with jack lifts, 351 windsor,primer gray, it looked
    horrible but sounded great, it was a three speed, i would take that
    thing out around the block and I DID NOT KNOW HOW TO DRIVE
    STANDARD, but i did it and this went on for a month, until my
    dad notice reverse was burnt out, and he thought the guy sold
    it to him like that, can you imagine a kid driving without plates
    and burning rubber, kinda like your mom pissed her tire was
    bald, he ha ha heeee :lol: :wink: yea and my dad thought the
    car had been sitting in the back all this time :wink: :roll:

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    Re: What did you do??? Get caught stealin your mommas ride?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tod74
    Quote Originally Posted by bluegrassjh
    We got caught when my best friend and I took his mommas 88 Olds with the Quad 4. We went to Saturday school with it and were flying thru the parkinglot at our high school in reverse (redlinin it) and then craming it in drive. It would smoke the heck out of the tires...till his momma got a phone call from the princepal. Needless to say, we served a few more Saturday schools after that.

    Interesting phrase you have in your signature.
    Yeah, I didn't learn my lesson untill I had burned up a few sets of tires on my truck and tore thru his mommas tranny. Looking back, I'm surprised she didn't notice the blown head gasket and overheating issues due to a certain couple of kids abusing her Olds. But, live and learn.
    Common sense is not that common.

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    My mom had a cadilac that moved pretty damn good got my self into a lot of trouble with it but really got it when i burned up a pistion. She never really new i drove it as much as i did until they had it fixed and yea they had no dought i had everyhitng to do with it. Also drove the hell out of my dads chevy and it held up just fine so i bought it and the week after i bought it, it complety fell apart i have more into fixin it then i did buying it. I guess i deserved it tho. haha
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    Well I got a story to tell.....

    It was in 1996 and my stepmother just bought a brand new Dodge 1500 2x4. She let me take it out one night on the weekend and so I was having fun in it. Well I decided to jump a lil concrete ramp. I jumped it both ways. When I jumped it from the top going down the front bumper hit the pavement and scratched up her new license plate frame. A lil bit longer and the oxygen sensor goes haywire. I think that was due to me. To this day she still doesnt know what happened.
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