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    little tires,big block and ever bigger fun

    betcha a dollar he's from the south

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_EkO...eature=related

    you dont to run beside this guy

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jbmG9...feature=relmfu
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    man that guy in the first vid sure can cut them donuts tight.he swung that rear end around in about the tighest circle ive ever seen

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    Did you notice the butterflies? You never see them open, he's just barely cracking them open.
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    That looks like fun but can become really expensive in a heartbeat! :shock:
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    betcha a dollar he's from the south
    Hey, I resemble that remark!

    Most fun I ever had cutting doughnuts in a car was in a 76 lincoln. And I was sitting in the back seat. Dam cars are so long the front tire never moved. Seemed like we went around and around for 20 minutes! BTW, yes, it was in a muddy parking lot.
    And front wheel drive cars in reverse are pretty fun too!
    Anybody ever pull the emergency brake on your buddies car while going 60.....ON A BRIDGE!. Well maybe I was the bad one afterall :wink:

    Man, why did I have to grow up so soon!! lol

    And no I do not recommend any of the above! lol

    I do think it's pretty cool they have places where you can freestyle and let it rip. I really think that's why I got so much into off road stuff. We were a long ways away from the police and public (paved) roads just having fun!

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    This is REALLY popular in OZ. They build purpose built burnout cars or use up their end of season drag cars.
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    I used to cut donuts in the church parking with the Olds Lots of fun til the excessive body roll let the headers drag :shock: but sparks just add to the fun! Oh,the "from the south" thing...only someone from the south could be that COOL! 8) ...thats what i meant
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    Quote Originally Posted by olds48
    Oh,the "from the south" thing...only someone from the south could be that COOL! 8) ...thats what i meant
    LOL.
    Never quit heard it used that way!

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    so effortless....
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