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post #76 of 85 (permalink) Old 04-18-2016, 07:39 PM
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I found it as well...that's one unique ride!
It is. One of our local HotRod shops did the build. It is going to be a fast pony in the 1/4 when he gets it to hookup.

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Man what an awesome show! I didn't get to see all of the cars but it was still awesome. Got to meet a couple VMFers though I think we need to start doing little placards on the dash or something to alert each other - just too many Mustangs and too hard to remember who all has what!

Didn't see the car that overheated - what happened with that??


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Didn't see the car that overheated - what happened with that??
About the time you got your donut we walked past a mustang that completely boiled over. Steam and coolant everywhere. Would have been a great picture. He had a nice setup, not sure why it overheated maybe the elec fans did not come on?

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Here are my pics! Enjoy.

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Nice!
Eh...... you missed the trucks over in the corner going into the park.

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Eh...... you missed the trucks over in the corner going into the park.
I walked through them but did not see anything that struck my fancy...

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Good pics other then they make me realize that I need to do a better job of walking around as i missed so much!

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Good pics other then they make me realize that I need to do a better job of walking around as i missed so much!
I didn't get close to covering it all this year. Kelly did a much better job. Not sure if her pics are anywhere for all to see or are only on FB...

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I walked through them but did not see anything that struck my fancy...
Ouch! That hurts.....
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Ouch! That hurts.....
Heat stroke I guess... I missed your truck

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