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Sixty8panther

One last nasty burnout / drifting session!

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When Marcia's away the Tight Whips Car Club will play. 8)

Since this sunday at around noon the Camaro will be on

a car trailer headed to Upstate New York I thought that

it was only right to have one last earth shakin', tire fryin'

burnout spectacular!

Me & Speeding Penguin drove to an undisclosed location

in New England and took some photos of the Malibu

next to the Panther-Camaro. Then the fun began right

when the tape started rolling. Make sure to check out the

video, it's a quicktime. At one point I think I starved the

car of fuel with the constant Gs. Then I flooded it but as

you will see it started up fine. We have three videos all

togeather but I kept throwing my fan belt if I got close

to 7000rpm. This video only shows the car at much

lower revolutions, like 4000-5500RPM. It sounds even

louder & better at 7000RPM.

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The aftermath. :metal:

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Edited by Sixty8panther

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I think I jus shed a tear

sniffsniff

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Try this link MM. :) Edited by Sixty8panther

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Cool. Probably should have edited out the engine not firing up after the dohnut. :duh:

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1. I don't have the software to edit Quicktimes. :mellow:

2. I love hearing that metallic whirr of a SBC's starter. :spin:

3. It's more REAL that way, no B.S. just some legit Tight Whips action. :wink:

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Hey O.B. try this link:

http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v219/Six...nt=DSCN3707.flv

if it asks for a password: sixty8

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Sweet, those donuts remind me of what happens when you do them in the GTO. I stopped because I don't feel like replacing tires every month though.

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No*:

Junkyard tires at $5.00 a pop are a great excuse to pull $h!

like this every week, although broken trans. & rear ends

may result if you get over zealous. :D

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Sounds like the panther was ready for a tune up, I was rather unimpressed until the the last donut you did before it died. I liked how you could see your fog lights throught hte smoke.

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