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Racer X 69

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Racer X 69 last won the day on April 19 2017

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About Racer X 69

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    The Great Pacific Northwet
  • Cars
    Datsun 240 Z (a couple '71's, and a '72), a few '75 - '78 280 Z's, '72 Camaro, '48 Ford 8N
  • Interests
    Cars, what else?
  • Occupation
    Wing Nut, or, Work Sucks, I'm Goin' Racin'!

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  1. RIP Vic, you enhanced the automotive community. At SIR (nor Pacific Raceways) and the SOVREN meet many years ago. Vintage At PR Vic Edelbrock by Racer, on Flickr
  2. I was 10 or 11 when my dad gave me my first gun. A 16 gauge single shot breech load shotgun. The first time I shot it dad was standing behind me and caught the gun as it knocked me off my feet (I was a scrawny little kid still). I still have that gun.
  3. Looks like you'd need a big trench coat to carry that concealed.
  4. Here is a hint. It was not George Washington. It was this guy: John Hanson, first US president. More info: First 8 US presidents.
  5. Just how the fuck do they plan on enforcing this? Bands of roving gun cops randomly stopping people and searching them? Adding a weapons check at the border bug check stations? It doesn't make any sense.
  6. That isn't right. Automatically naming someone a terrorist simply because they enjoy firearms and shooting is wrong.
  7. What happens if you do nothing? Do they know you own this weapon? If they don't, why tell them by compliance with a law that restricts your constitutional rights?
  8. There is only one good place for a Deere. A Deere Where It Belongs by Racer, on Flickr
  9. I dunno. Doesn't look like it can have a MTO of 1.3 million pounds. Seems like the wings would just fold up.
  10. That Ginger Biscuit looks pretty good with Blue Hair.
  11. I have carried a boradform insurance policy for over 30 years. Called a Broad Form, Named Driver policy, it insures me, not the vehicle, for minimum limits of liability and very limited medical. I can drive any passenger vehicle, but no motorcycles or commercial vehicles. These days it runs about $300 a year to keep the policy in place. I think it was around $175 a year way back when I first got it. For me it made sense. Regular policies insure each vehicle individually. Since I was in my early 20's I have owned and driven more than one vehicle simultaneously, and keeping 2, 3 or 5 separate policies was eating up my beer money. The only time I ever had a full coverage policy was when I bought the Ram new in 2001 and the Legacy new in 2005. I carried the required collision and comp to satify the finance company, and the day I made the last payment on each I cancelled the policies.
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