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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-11-2004, 02:43 PM Thread Starter
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Man thats awesome, i have drempt of doin that before but i dont have an available beater and no land to do it on (legally).

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When I was a kid my Uncles had a beater and would run it in a field for fun at my Dad's Grandparent's house. I think it was an old Crown Vic or something. I even got to drive it a few times when I was 10 or 12 or so. The top was chopped off for open air fun, but my uncle flipped it and got hurt so that was the end of that.

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i guess the problem with beaters is that putting a roll cage into it costs more than the car itself

Lucky the guy who did this to his 240SX didn't get hurt...


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Well he did have first class safety equipment


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My first car ever was a 89 Ford Tempo. I used to take that down a gravel road near my town and go hill hoppping. I would get going 65 or 70 mph and just launch that thing. The only damage I noticed at first was a missing hub cap. Then one day I got under there to change the oil. I noticed a bunch of sheared off bolts and severly damaged pieces. I had so much fun doin that.

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