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    "sometimes you have to troll on people with your car a little"

    Matt Farrah is the uber douche but this is kinda awesome:

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    DAmn that's cool!

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    I think this kid wants to be Dennis Hopper. He's no Dennis Hopper.

    Every time I start thinking the world is all bad, then I start seeing people out there having a good time on motorcycles. It makes me take another look. - S.M.

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    that's because he's Harry Hamlin. That same year he gets to play Perseus and ride a motherfucking flying horse (I know....a pegasus). He doesn't have to be Dennis Hopper, he's doing just fine. Both of those KOTM characters are based on real people and the real people are way more interesting than the movie. The guy Harry's character is based on built a chopped roof RSR 911, and the guy Dennis Hopper based his character on had a marina blue 1966 that he solicited Dick Gulstrand's advice into building a home made Grand Sport Corvette.

    But still, the Rx7 is better? know why? it's fun. Remember fun? it is the thing we used to have with vehicles before the internet.
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    "uses wood like a Morgan"

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    And to think that we have a 91 GMC Safari van with the exact same paint job. We even have the same rust patches and flaking clear coat and base coat

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    Dig that thing. I'm glad to see there is hope for the new generation of gear heads, but the kid needs to quit trying so hard to explain it.
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    Someone please change Geets' "Senior Member" to "Knowingest shit motherfucker"

    My college g/f had a '79 RX7. Every time it rained she'd grab me to go for a ride so she could slide every corner. Won't tell ya what happened at the traffic circles!
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    All I see is a piece of shit and a kid with an attitude, though I kinda like the kid for some reason. The "host" (tool), says this kid "doesn't care what people think. More importantly he wants to get a rise out of people in Malibu, with all this money, with his angry, fast, crazy RX-7" which, to me, is a complete contradiction.

    Geeto, that RSR is still owned by the same guy who used to race it on Mullhollan, (Banning or Bannner, I think). Excellence magazine did a write up on it a few years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mickey356 View Post
    All I see is a piece of shit and a kid with an attitude, though I kinda like the kid for some reason. The "host" (tool), says this kid "doesn't care what people think. More importantly he wants to get a rise out of people in Malibu, with all this money, with his angry, fast, crazy RX-7" which, to me, is a complete contradiction.

    Geeto, that RSR is still owned by the same guy who used to race it on Mullhollan, (Banning or Bannner, I think). Excellence magazine did a write up on it a few years ago.

    says the guy with the porsche 911.


    Actually the guy who owns the 911 RSR is Chris Banning and if you want your life to be sucked away for days begin reading what I think is one of the most awesome gearhead threads on the internet:
    What happened to the Mulholland "King of the Hill" RSR? - Pelican Parts Technical BBS

    Seriously it has everything including bikes, a history of mulholland canyon, foresnics, the restoration of the porsche, racing stories, drinking and racing...you name it.

    Actually Mickey I have been meaning to ask you something. Lately my intrest has been piqued about an older aircooled 911, say mid 1970s. The wife hates the idea but I just want to know if I would even fit in the car and be able to drive it. I know I am too tall for a first generation (pre 2005) boxster but your waterbaby fit like a glove (sorry for that block long burnout). Knowing the wife and how things are going right now I am probably just jacking off but if my situation changes I might not be.
    Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try Again. Fail again. Fail better.
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