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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by 4xcrazy, Dec 18, 2005.
how could you do that to this car,,,
theres only been one "trar" that ive liked.. it was a 69 camaro.. prolly on a blazer frame. with 33" paddles on the rear, i cant remember if he had paddles on the front.. anyway,, He had a pretty hot motor.. and used to rail the piss outa it at sand lake.. saw him yank a extended cab f350 outa this tree well like it was a VW bug
I'd say cool , if it was a six cylinder rustbucket to begin with
THAT my friend is a TAYLOR,MICHIGAN staple i'm suprised PAULY didn't mention that. thats been happening around here since the 70,s.anything from muscle cars,escorts,vegas,to mini vans.
I was in Clayton, OK last weekend and there was a guy there with a Ford Cobra body on a CJ5 frame. I laughed till I pissed myself...
he prolly moved there from taylor back in the 70s. when everyone went to TEXAS or OKLAHOMA.no sheet,half my friends families moved back then. there was no work ,like now. the cycle of brokeness continues,every ten years here.auto industry.
hope that was a glass copy.
I like Taylor Michigan. It's pretty redneck and just feels right. Except last time I was there we ate at this burger joint called Robins (or something like that) and I asked the waitress if they had any Canadian Beer. She says "Ya, we've got Fosters.". She was only off by 12 000 miles or so! lol
but they try so hard. the next time your coming ,you better let me now,brother man.
I have a friend that has a '64(?) Ford Falcon on a Bronco frame.
ya'll ain't true rednecks if ya don't like trars.
i havent seen a trar in YEARS. we used to have a Mustang II Cobra running around on an EB frame (probably the same style as the "Ford Cobra" mentioned earlier) had 44" Hawgs under it, and painted on the rear spoiler... "High Horse"
HIGH HORSE someone around hear had a 86 4 door escort on 44in ground hawgs back in 87. it was parked in a lot ,ishould have got out and tried to figure out what kinda frame. it sorta looked cool.
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