Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by hosmer, Jun 21, 2007.
racing in CA
abc7.com: Six Impounded Street Racing Cars Crushed
I like the MR5's in the stack
The agencies would make more money parting out the cars, but I guess that would just put the stuff back into the idiots hands.
Take it to the track FTW. Speaking of that, I wish we had a track that wasn't over an hour and a half away. I'd go constantly.
the article of the same topic on msnbc spelled it vtech
Street racing cordless phones is just as dangerous.
i have both drag and road coarse within 30 min from my house.. i need to go to open test and tune at the drag strip to see what my car runs.. i'd like to have it painted first.. it looks like complete ass at the moment.. hmm..
*starts checking for open test and tune days*
alright.. 29th of June.. Friday Test and Tune night.. gates open at 6pm..
might have some video up soon..
theres nobody to kill but themselves ..
maybe a sheep... or a cow.
But this is good, crush the fucker's car!!! if i lived near that place id be rummaging through the rubble right now lol
just hope the guard dog doesnt rip you a new asshole
Probably doesn't look as bad as mine does
they only got crushed because of illegal and stolen parts. if they had legal swaps and no stolen parts they probably wouldnt be crushed. just how it seems from reading the article.
I understand the stolen parts thing, but illegal in Cali is a super fine line as everything seems to be illegal from an officer simply 'inspecting the part' while looking under the hood.
I wonder if the owners got any chance to show the paperwork and possibly the fact that the car is BAR'd and legal.
Well know they're supposed to have a task force that's strictly to crack down on tuners and supposedly the officers know their shit on what they're looking for when they tell you to pop your hood
i don't agree with the street racing thing, but illegal engine or transmission? Too much governmnet is bad government. I really think that the lawmakers infringe upon our liberties too much with shit like this. I understand it's not a perfect world and that the best is trying to be done with a bad situation, but damn that sure is a f'd up way to go about it.
+1 for owning a minitruck
Its the ugly ones that you have to watch out for.
The street scene was born in southern california?
Thats a bold statement. I think it was born when the first pair of automobiles rolled out of the assembly plant.
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