If you look up the definition of overkill, it will just show a pic of that car. As good as the video is, it doesn't do the car justice. The craftsmanship is beautiful all the way through. He took home best of show at the 30th, and I absolutely agree that he deserved it.
Saturday night at the 30th, whiteandnerdy27 and I decided to cruise downtown Indy. When Tracy decided to join us, we suddenly found a line of Fieros following us into town.
This has been posted several times over the last few years. Every time I see it my first thought is "Bring extra shorts....."
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At the 30th he told me he has never posted on the forum and never once uploaded a picture or video to the Internet... everything you've seen or heard from or about him or his car is other people's interest. I had to laugh. The fact that you have a supercharger snout and belt right next to your head behind 1/2" lexan has to be an interesting feeling too.
I had a nice chat with him, he sat at our table at the awards breakfast at the 30th. I directed him to a place he could get a 60s Olds Toronado transmission/diff. That car won 1st place swap / modified at the show if I remember right.
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I too got to see the car at the 30th....really nice BUT I lost interest once I noticed the stock brakes....all show if you are running that weight with solid 84 skidders. Rather be all go and less on the show IMO
I saw this car in Land O Lakes. Fl a few months back. I was in my 86 se and was putting groceries in it and want to chase him down but couldn't because the misses want to go home. Really disappointing that i missed my chance. Is he from the Tampa area?