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I was driving to school and was at a red were the right lane ended as you crossed the intersection. I was in the lane that continued and I see this punk come thumping up beside me in a white alero (identicle to one I used to have like i mean what a slap in the face haha) and he keeps edging up beside me. At this point I'm thinking no your not gona ruin my day at 8am. So I turn the traction off and get ready. He kept creeping forward until his rear bumper is halfway through the crosswalk and the light goes green. Thats when I tromped on it all I saw was this kids jaw drop as the "grandma" car roared and smoke began pooring off of the tires:vampv:(slightly damp road) as I flew by I just smiled and thought yup gona be a gooood day lol.
 

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I love our "Grandma" cars.
Waaay back in the dark ages, when I was in high school, my parents gave me their 1971 AMC Ambassador. Talk about a grandma car. Couple of cool things. Starting with the 401in V8 around 350 hp. Blew away all the fools in their Trans Ams with the big Firebird decal on the hood. LOL

Plus the front seat reclined all the way flush with the back seat. Huge playground.

How don't know how kids lose their virginity in a ricer :evil:
 

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LOL I know "grandma" cars are great lol
I used to have a 87 Cadilac deville I loved it(until after 400,000km the engine and trans died) . Even stock it killed most people around here and they just didn't believe it.......especially after I told them how much mine weighed lol.
 

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The ricer kids dont lose their virginity lol.
Oh thank God, we won't have to worry about them reproducing and that disease spreading :)

I will admit, 20 years ago, my Dynasty and Cougar mods leaned towards performance and sound, now as I'm planning they seem to be more comfort and show. I'm old :crying5:
 

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My encounter with an Alero was a bit different. I was pulling out of a parking spot in my old 91 dynasty and saw a car speeding down the row. So I stopped, the parking lot was full of slush and the old man that was driving about 60 on slush covered ice panicked when he saw the front end of my dynasty sticking out so he locked up his brakes. He slid right into my bumper and BOUNCED OFF.

His car needed a new fender, bumper and hood. Mine needed new front licence plate screws. :bigok:
 
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