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 Post subject: Mopars at the strip
PostPosted: Mon Mar 23, 2009 10:04 pm 
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the stratus ran a 7.20 at 200 with issues on the starting line.

those Superstock A/H cars do wheelies exactly how i want my MGB to :smile:

absolutely amazing event, except for the fact that there was only 3 cars in the Sport compact class. the fastest of which ran 14.2's :negative:

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 Post subject: Re: Mopars at the strip
PostPosted: Mon Mar 23, 2009 10:32 pm 
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Burst mode on the Rebel?

That Challenger convertible's rims are rather lame. Way to much lip on the rears.

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Burst mode on the Rebel?

That Challenger convertible's rims are rather lame. Way to much lip on the rears.



canon Eos 40D.

6 frames a second.

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 Post subject: Re: Mopars at the strip
PostPosted: Tue Mar 24, 2009 7:00 am 
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second pic is sick

would love to have that car

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 Post subject: Re: Mopars at the strip
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Indeed! The one in the second picture ftw.


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 Post subject: Re: Mopars at the strip
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http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b317/ ... rip017.jpg

Oh man, I LOVE this

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 Post subject: Re: Mopars at the strip
PostPosted: Wed Mar 25, 2009 9:23 am 
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wonder if there will be a production model?

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 Post subject: Re: Mopars at the strip
PostPosted: Wed Mar 25, 2009 10:17 pm 
Hmm what was the 3 cars in sport compact???
By chance did you see a Black Omni GLHT with a blue stripe??


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 Post subject: Re: Mopars at the strip
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ShelbyDodge801 wrote:
Hmm what was the 3 cars in sport compact???
By chance did you see a Black Omni GLHT with a blue stripe??


1 SRT, 1 PT and one Stratus.



those were the only three that came to the staging lanes when sport compact was called. i did not see anymore FWD cars during the day.

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 Post subject: Re: Mopars at the strip
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Wow that neon is pure sex.

Sadly, I'm still dying to see a RWD V8 neon thats street legal /w the stock chassis. Either way, those pics made my day!

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TwOtOnE'98sPoRt wrote:
second pic is sick

would love to have that car

-kyle


fusion210 wrote:
Indeed! The one in the second picture ftw.


Do either of you two even know what that car is by any chance?

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lil_man_maas wrote:
TwOtOnE'98sPoRt wrote:
second pic is sick

would love to have that car

-kyle


fusion210 wrote:
Indeed! The one in the second picture ftw.


Do either of you two even know what that car is by any chance?


if they had skillz they could tell you make, model, year and what trim/engine that hood is from.

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 Post subject: Re: Mopars at the strip
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superD wrote:
lil_man_maas wrote:
TwOtOnE'98sPoRt wrote:
second pic is sick

would love to have that car

-kyle


fusion210 wrote:
Indeed! The one in the second picture ftw.


Do either of you two even know what that car is by any chance?


if they had skillz they could tell you make, model, year and what trim/engine that hood is from.


I just wanna see if either of them even know what the car is first. Haha

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 Post subject: Re: Mopars at the strip
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i believe its a plymouth roadrunner, 440 hood and i dont know a year mabye a '71

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 Post subject: Re: Mopars at the strip
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excuse me it was a '69 roadrunner with the 440 hood and it even has the roadrunner symbols stitched in the headrests

the '71 roadrunner looked like a a$$ end of a donkey compared to the '69

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 Post subject: Re: Mopars at the strip
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TwOtOnE'98sPoRt wrote:
excuse me it was a '69 roadrunner with the 440 hood and it even has the roadrunner symbols stitched in the headrests

the '71 roadrunner looked like a a$$ end of a donkey compared to the '69

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Matter of preference. But the reason they look different is becauses they are a completely new car just like the Charger was in 71. I'd much rather have a 71 Runner over a 71 Charger

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 Post subject: Re: Mopars at the strip
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true that, the 1971 charger looked like a fish to me, terrible choice in body style

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 Post subject: Re: Mopars at the strip
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that car could be a GTX or a road runner, that isn't a runner in the seats so there is no way to tell from that pic and that isn't jus a 440 hood. that could also be a 383... and for that matter just because it has that hood doesn't mean it's original big block car... or even a V8 car for that matter. those cars are only getting more and more rare so people jump all over 6 cylinder cars and make clones out of them. but good job on getting the year correct! guess second time is a charm huh lol


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 Post subject: Re: Mopars at the strip
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wannagofast wrote:
that car could be a GTX or a road runner, that isn't a runner in the seats so there is no way to tell from that pic and that isn't jus a 440 hood. that could also be a 383... and for that matter just because it has that hood doesn't mean it's original big block car... or even a V8 car for that matter. those cars are only getting more and more rare so people jump all over 6 cylinder cars and make clones out of them. but good job on getting the year correct! guess second time is a charm huh lol



it could also be a satellite since it if fact shares a grill with the roadrunner


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ahh good ol jeremy always there to back me up hahaha


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Hey SuperD do you recognize any of these cars from the show? My dad knows a guy that went but I'm not sure if he took any of his cars with him

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That is just a small collection of his cars those are the only ones I have pictures of. And yes that is a real 69.5 Super Bee :wink:

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the first pic is amn close to my car

72 duster twister..
i have black stripes, instead of a blower i have the daul scoops lol


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 Post subject: Re: Mopars at the strip
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wannagofast wrote:
the first pic is amn close to my car

72 duster twister..
i have black stripes, instead of a blower i have the daul scoops lol


Its not a blower just an air cleaner. And its not actually his car its his brothers as well as the rat rod but they usually go to shows together

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 Post subject: Re: Mopars at the strip
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lil_man_maas wrote:
wannagofast wrote:
the first pic is amn close to my car

72 duster twister..
i have black stripes, instead of a blower i have the daul scoops lol


Its not a blower just an air cleaner. And its not actually his car its his brothers as well as the rat rod but they usually go to shows together

guess so but regardless, our cars would look sweet together lol


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