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Blaaa

not good if it can't go zero-60 in under 5
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I wouldn't fancy changing the tires on the first car

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IIRC, there were lots of dullies in there.

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That is ridiculous

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I wouldn't fancy changing the tires on the first car
You'll get very tired!

You'll be lying flat on the ground from exhaustion!

Changing that many is wheelie difficult!

You'd have to get all jacked up on energy drink beforehand!

Changing all thos lugs will drive you nuts!


. . . okay, I'll stop now . . .

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whew, you really stretched that out

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Oh no, you took Greg's job What in heavens is going to do now?

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Good lord... it's dreadfull. Seems to have a flat though. Top picture, the third wheel from the front... there's something wrong with it. Besides it being hideous. Hpw does it steer? Is it actually real? It kinda looks fake, but everything is possible in the States.
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Oh no, you took Greg's job What in heavens is going to do now?

Bwaahhhaaaaahaa


thought actually Tony was bumping Greg

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Good lord... it's dreadfull. Seems to have a flat though. Top picture, the third wheel from the front... there's something wrong with it. Besides it being hideous. Hpw does it steer? Is it actually real? It kinda looks fake, but everything is possible in the States.

If I recall, the rear is a pool, the steering, I thougt was a combo of front, and back steering with the center being rotational...

it's probalby never meant to go anywhere, just a weekend attempt to get the record, hopefully never to be broken again.

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OK, I showed the picture of "The World's Longest Car" to my Singaporean girlfriend and she said, "Oh my God! That must be the job for the Redneck!"

She followed that up with, "My boyfriend is a Redneck and he will make the world's longest plow truck. Big assignment!"

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OK, I showed the picture of "The World's Longest Car" to my Singaporean girlfriend and she said, "Oh my God! That must be the job for the Redneck!"

She followed that up with, "My boyfriend is a Redneck and he will make the world's longest plow truck. Big assignment!"
Hahaha Get right on that Pete!

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Hahaha Get right on that Pete!
You really have to imagine that with a Chinese accent. Very funny and she was totally serious. She saw that picture and immediately knew it was a redneck that built it. Only in America. A Singaporean or a Chinese never would have built a rig like that. But you give an American redneck a case of beer and a box of welding rods and you've got yourself a 60 foot long Cadillac complete with a hot tub. Why? Because we can.

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You really have to imagine that with a Chinese accent. Very funny and she was totally serious. She saw that picture and immediately knew it was a redneck that built it. Only in America. A Singaporean or a Chinese never would have built a rig like that. But you give an American redneck a case of beer and a box of welding rods and you've got yourself a 60 foot long Cadillac complete with a hot tub. Why? Because we can.

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Haha, that is amazing Rik

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God, I would hate to be the driver of that thing!

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you should see a Chinese fire drill at the light

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you should see a Chinese fire drill at the light
You know, my girlfriend is Chinese and she doesn't know what a Chinese fire drill is. She's sleeping now, I think I should run in there and yell, "FIRE!!! FIRE!!!" and see what she does.

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great idea: go light her fire

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