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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 02-14-2010, 11:16 AM Thread Starter
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post #2 of 21 (permalink) Old 02-14-2010, 11:28 AM
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i like how he tries to open the hood afterward. lulz.

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This guy should have learned how to do burnouts with a neon before trying it with a beautiful Z06.


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I don't understand why he wouldn't just use the ebrake if he wanted to spin the front up..'tard

poor z06...

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i like how he tries to open the hood afterward. lulz.
I was hoping he'd open it right away and it would burst in flames. So stupid to open the hood when smoke is coming out and not have fire extinguisher handy.

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ive heard of blowing an engine but DAMN!! would that blown hood be a piston shooting into it?

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ive heard of blowing an engine but DAMN!! would that blown hood be a piston shooting into it?
More than likly the intake plenum blowing of the engine




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ive heard of blowing an engine but DAMN!! would that blown hood be a piston shooting into it?
Thats what happens when a clutch shrapnels. Good times.
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This guy should have learned how to do burnouts with a neon before trying it with a beautiful Z06.
If you can't do a burnout in a Z06, something is wrong with you.

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It almost looks like the car put a gun to its head and pulled the trigger...
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It almost looks like the car put a gun to its head and pulled the trigger...
The owner should do the same


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Why would you even tape yourself doing a burnout with a plastic sheet over your window. Even if your FWD burnout somehow looked cool, the window negates it.
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post #20 of 21 (permalink) Old 02-16-2010, 09:43 AM
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The replies explain it. He rolled the car. It was totaled. They pulled the SRT4 engine and put in a regular 1st gen Neon engine in it before the adjuster came to total the car. Thus a free SRT4 engine.

Well that was until the retards filmed the FRAUD and put it on YouTube. YouTube Rockstars!

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