OK Farm Truck

Discussion in 'Member Videos' started by HotRodPC, Feb 14, 2011.

  1. HotRodPC

    HotRodPC Administrator Staff Member

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    I happened to be in Amarillo when it happened. Just didn't know it. I was on my way back from Cali. Got home about 4 hours laters, turned on the computer first thing to let the family know I made it and was going to bed since I hadn't slept on the long drive, and seen all the shit and videos of Goliath barrel rolling down the track in Amarillo and and the NOS bottle flying off like a rocket. Then it hit me, that happened about the same time I was cruising through Amarillo on I 40.
     
  2. bucket

    bucket Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Yep. How are you supposed to make fastest street car claims when your "street" car has plastic windows and stickers for lights? I'd like to see that thing run around the streets of Ohio, cause Johnny Law would have a field day with that. Maybe things are different out that way?
     
  3. wndomn

    wndomn Junior Member

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    They're street racers, not street cars. Never see them drive to the track, always trailered
     
  4. 89Suburban

    89Suburban Full Access Member

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