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EA82 turning radius. <3

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#26 daeron


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Posted 24 November 2006 - 11:19 PM

I had the pleasure of meeting an acquaintance/friend from high school about six months ago, on our way to a mutual friends birthday party.. He is making much much more money than me, and although I wasnt INCREDIBLY embarassed about that, he is also driving a brand new 350Z. My soob is a mega-shabby rustbucket that warrants a tetanus shot for all those who step within 25 feet...

Anyhow, I arrived at the shopping center where we were meeting (he didnt know where the house was) and there had been some american muscle car guys meeting at a burger king there.. he got there first, and parked in something of a corner, all diagonally, kinda showing off his car.

I pulled up an IMMEDIATELY saw a TINY space that would JUUUST allow me to pull the soob in, at about 15 MPH, and look utterly insanely impossible to anyone who wasnt Me... (or any of us behind our soobie steering wheels)

The look on his face was priceless. :headbang:

#27 zyewdall


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Posted 25 November 2006 - 12:01 PM

that mini owns!!!

Wow, my families old john deere tractor could do that (lock just one of the power wheels, to do really tight circles), but I've never seen an automobile with independent brakes.


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