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    pinto

    This is from last time at the track all the way up north in edmonton,alberta,canada

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    SWEEEEEEEEEEEEEET :lol: :lol:

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    Very nice. Many years ago my dad's first chassis (homemade) car was a '71 Pinto with a 355 chevy.

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    THAT IS BAAAAAD!!!Nice car,dude!!!
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    Cool car....how big are the rear tires? A car that small really makes them look gigantourmous.

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    rear tires are 32x14x15's...i would go smaller but scared it will never hook..already only run 6.5 to 7 psi in them to hook

    i wieght the car at the track i was shocked it weight is 2665 with me in it..yikes needs a diet no wonder i can't get it in the nines

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishman1
    rear tires are 32x14x15's...i would go smaller but scared it will never hook..already only run 6.5 to 7 psi in them to hook

    i wieght the car at the track i was shocked it weight is 2665 with me in it..yikes needs a diet no wonder i can't get it in the nines
    MOST DEFINETLY NEEDS TO GO TO WEIGHT WATCHERS!!!!

    HOW I DID MY MUSTANGS WAS -I THREW A PART IN THE AIR THAT I WASN'T SURE I NEEDED/ IF IT HIT THE GROUND I THREW IT AWAY!!

    MY 65 WEIGHED 2450 WITH ME IN IT--ALL STEEL 8) 8)
    ALOT OF MY FREINDS THOUGHT I WAS CRAZY AND THEY WERE RIGHT BUT 100 LBS IS ABOUT 1 TENTH OF A SECOND[ WHEN YOU RUN A SBF ON A TINY BUDGET YOU HAVE TO LOOK FOR PERFORMCE GAINS EVERYWHERE]

    LIVELY

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    Nice wheelie, I love that nostalgic look too.
    Very cool.

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