Actually, now that I think about it the front plate on Todfather may have been a previous year’s plate. If you had a vanity plate back then you got a new one every year. I had SAAB, OPEL, ZEROES (I was a TSD rallyist) and WHOOSH for my turbo.
How about NO hood prop or springs? Saab 99
This is exactly what you get when you ask a user group what should be on the screen
It really happened to me!
MSSql Server. Column was set to “not nullable”
Once had a trouble report that a certain customer’s file kept crashing the software. Nothing was wrong but then I noticed the customer’s name was Bob. Bob Null. Someone didn’t do a null check in the code and the database wasn’t having a null shoved in it.
Thank you, it turned out to be quite the beast for roundabouts.
No, s long as I didn’t leave the roundabout and didn’t stop for more than 60 secs. Had a close call when a cameraman took forever to get out of the back seat. Left with 1 sec left on the clock!!
He doesn’t have to because he invoked in your head. That’s the power of a good movie moment.
At the end of the video it tilts straight up and you can see the parking lots street lamp. Wonder if he parked his car there and it the finish is ok.
That T-bird probably has a 429 ThunderJet in it if anyone needs horsepower.
Were just one dark matter explosion way from a STFY movie of the week!
a period of glorious chaos
Once watched a rally car fly off the inside of a turn and slide down a the embankment about 20+ feet. No way in hell to drive out. We waited for the sweep vehicle/tow truck but all the spectators got antsy. Someone dragged out a rope and someone else had a strap and I yelled for everyone to pull the car out. Most…
Nothing wrong with roundabouts that a few practice laps won’t fix...
Let’s not forget his work with Ford stock blocks at Indy. They were as fast as anything there. And Gurney Westlake heads are worth their weight in gold if you can find them.
I‘m assuming she doesn’t shave her armpits. Raise the arms and whammie!
I really miss the bench front seat from my ‘64 Malibu. Trust me, they’re great for shagging.
It was Dan Gurney who said “If you use your engine for braking, it will”. Now he was talking about fragile racing engines but everyone took it to heart.