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    http://www.ford-forums.com/ford-thun...-0-beater.html

    Car looks solid to me. Minus the rear window and the engine smoke.

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    That poor car.It's like running a horse to death.I need time alone.
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    they stared working on it i read about ti there was alot wrong with it, but still not right. Looks fun though, should be a chevy they are doing that to though!
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    They're not really doing anything bad to the car besides getting it dirty as hell. And you can't judge from a video what kinda shape the car's in.

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    I wish we video taped taking my old '86 v6 Tbird off some serious jumps. Lol we ended up ghosting it into a tree at ~25 mph. It didn't fare to badly either.

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    that kinda pisses me off.

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    They need a beating like that car took.
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    yeah but im kind of happy to see one of these beating videos where they played with a powerful v8 car! its always little tiny 4 bangers (no surprise theres plenty of them worn out and junked all the time) so they actually got some SPEED!

    but yes id rather it not be one of ours. oughta be a monte or grand prix from the same year.

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    Aside from the Mustang crinkle headers, still looks like it's only 150 HP...

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    These hicks need to be until their wanker asses can not breathe.

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    I still don't know how anyone knows what all was wrong with the car... maybe the strut towers were rusted? I've beat on cars that had irreparable damage before.

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