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I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!! I MUST HAVE!!!!

oh, wait....

I MUST MAKE MY OWN!!!! :blink::wub:

(BTW: notice the GM pickup!)

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He didn't even use blueprints to build it, just photos! Truly, he is the only real man in existence. I bow before his greatness :bowdown:

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Here's the REAL Tumbler.... (youtube video)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AU3FpVKWVdM...feature=related

Here's why this video & a few of the other included links, kick a$$:

1. The real Tumbler is SBC powered... probably

a very close cousin to the ZZ350 crate motor from the

GM high-perf. catalog that powered my'68 Camaro.

(voted one of the 10 most significant motors in Hot Rodding)

2. A 1990s POS Toyota Tercel is semi-destroyed by

the GM powered Stealth-F1-Tank.

3. This awesome vehicle was not just some CGI

or 1/5th scale model baloney, this was a running &

driving vehicle driven by stuntmen, crashed, repaired,

jumped, scratched up, dented, repaired, driven at high

speed & driven to thrill... the chases were real, the car

was moving under it's own power & the special effects

involved real cop cars, background traffic etc.

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