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@Thrasher ChadI'd like to see that.
7 months, 3 weeks ago on Biggest, Baddest, Lowest: </br> Mad Mike’s BRODZR
I love it!! I've always loved slammed trucks.
7 months, 3 weeks ago on When The Working Man Gets Slammed
8 months, 3 weeks ago on Trailers Are For Losers:<br />2000 Miles In An 8 Second GTR
The pictures in the snow are epic. However, just because you haven't heard of something, doesn't mean it hasn't been done. Hot Rod Drag week has shown there are lots of fast and streetable cars out there, although I'm not sure many of them could do snow!
@KietaPhillips @BottlefedGT500 @RBurroughs430
Yes, Shelby would've sued. Look up his history.
1 year ago on Shelby Would Have Approved: The V12 Cobra
Shelby would've sued.
I got goosebumps from reading the story.
This is hotrodding defined. This is the kind of vehicle that I've dreamed about building - damn the haters because they are all wrong. You pulled it off Mike, absolutely knocked it out of the park, and for that, you have my respect.
1 year, 2 months ago on The Art of Hot Rodding – Mike Burroughs’ BMW-Powered 1928 Ford Model A
@tenpennyjimmy It specifically says that we are to vote for the best of the list, you've left off some parts of the sentence - "We’ve gathered up some of the most important, popular, and exciting front-driven vehicles in automotive history and now it’s time for you guys to pick the best."
You not only have to know how to read, but you must be able to comprehend.
1 year, 5 months ago on Poll: Front Drive Legends
Wow, I can't believe the DC2 is winning but such as large margin. I own Hondas and I still can guarantee that if you drove an RS500 and an ITR back to back on the street and on the track, all but the hardcore fanbois would choose the RS500. But, given that we don't get that car in the U.S., I guess I understand.
I would say you are correct. 17" wheels have more selection for wider tires.
1 year, 6 months ago on Spotlight-o-rama At The Battle Evome
Sean, I have to say, good on you for broadening your horizons and attending this event. Sometimes I think I'm the only guy who subscribes to Honda Tuning, Hot Rod magazine and a few in between.
I like cars, all of them. I dislike the divisionist nature within car culture that seems to have come alive with the advent of the internet. We are all part of the same club and we need to stick together, with the help of groups like SEMA, to ensure we are still allowed to turn our own wrenches and modify our rides in the future. Thanks for sharing these pictures and the beautiful cars that attended. I think I speak for all of us when I say we appreciate it.
1 year, 9 months ago on #joyofmachine, A Quarter Mile At A Time
@Dusty Monkey I seriously doubt there are two Nova2's from Missouri with identical intercooler pipe setups running high 6's. Oh, and Larry Larson was at the event.