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Old 03-19-2010, 01:43 AM
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There aint nothing worse than a kid who thinks he can smoke anybody because of a movie. I remember when the first one came out 10 years ago. Shortly after it came out you started seeing these little matchbox cars trying to pretend to be racers (funny but sad too). I'm sitting over across from a traffic light eating at Mcdonald's and all of a sudden I see a 327 corvette from the late 60's roll up. It sounded damn good. I reconized the driver and waived. This little honda civic rolled up and started showing off. It sound like a kitten trying to portray a cat fight that had a bad case of gas. The corvette stomped it and it got the whole parking lot to watch. That civic got it's ass handed to him on a silver platter. He blew up the engine. The corvette didn't even break a sweat. I roll up to the kid and said don't you know that a muscle car will beat import everytime? I could see it in his face. It was like pouring salt into a fresh wound. When I seen number 4 and heard a similar version of the line I used 10 years earlier I laugh so hard that it aint funny. My mom laughed too because she seen all of that and then heard that line used in number 4 as well. That kid had put in a mere $5,000 dollars into that civic and he lost the engine, and trans in one wack. The car had a hole in the hood from where the rods came through it. You can use that hole as a manhole for sewage work. The guy that had the corvette was a kool kat that owned the machine shop where I had alot of work done. And he spent around $50,000 plus just under the hood alone. He had around $150,000 dollars invested into his 68 vette.
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There aint nothing worse than a kid who thinks he can smoke anybody because of a movie. I remember when the first one came out 10 years ago. Shortly after it came out you started seeing these little matchbox cars trying to pretend to be racers (funny but sad too). I'm sitting over across from a traffic light eating at Mcdonald's and all of a sudden I see a 327 corvette from the late 60's roll up. It sounded damn good. I reconized the driver and waived. This little honda civic rolled up and started showing off. It sound like a kitten trying to portray a cat fight that had a bad case of gas. The corvette stomped it and it got the whole parking lot to watch. That civic got it's ass handed to him on a silver platter. He blew up the engine. The corvette didn't even break a sweat. I roll up to the kid and said don't you know that a muscle car will beat import everytime? I could see it in his face. It was like pouring salt into a fresh wound. When I seen number 4 and heard a similar version of the line I used 10 years earlier I laugh so hard that it aint funny. My mom laughed too because she seen all of that and then heard that line used in number 4 as well.

Uncle's got a Hemi Cuda, same thing. I was driving it one day. Pulled up to a stop light. Honda hatch with a turbo something or other pulls up, starts farting away. Light turns green a BBBBRAAAAAAAAAPPPPPPPPP away he goes, I put the car in gear and stood on the skinny pedal, the whole car squats and launches, I passed him and by the next light easy two car lengths lol He looked over and asked what I had in it. Lol 426 hemi!! He limped away quietly lol
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Old 03-19-2010, 02:26 AM
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Could be a cool movie, if not made by the retards of F&F.

I knew two guys who owned s10s, one had a 5.7l, the other one had a supercharged big block v8 (can't recall the size), and they were total sleepers till they started the engine, or you'd look and see the tires thru the cut metal inside the bed. It was awesome seeing them drag race and eat muscle cars.
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Could be a cool movie, if not made by the retards of F&F.

I knew two guys who owned s10s, one had a 5.7l, the other one had a supercharged big block v8 (can't recall the size), and they were total sleepers till they started the engine, or you'd look and see the tires thru the cut metal inside the bed. It was awesome seeing them drag race and eat muscle cars.
That's one of my next projects I'm doing a Ranger and an S10/Sonoma
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Could be a cool movie, if not made by the retards of F&F.

I knew two guys who owned s10s, one had a 5.7l, the other one had a supercharged big block v8 (can't recall the size), and they were total sleepers till they started the engine, or you'd look and see the tires thru the cut metal inside the bed. It was awesome seeing them drag race and eat muscle cars.
should get a tonneau cover to cover up the work haha
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Old 03-20-2010, 06:08 PM
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It would be kool if the damn kids actually got on a site like this and listened to many different folks like myself (some do know more than me sure) but alot of them just usually attack others and refuse to keep an opened mind. That's what's wrong with alot of websites similar to this one. basicly I take what I know to the best of my knowledge post up an idea and LISTEN to what others have to say and form my own opinion based on the facts as much as possible.
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Old 03-20-2010, 06:19 PM
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It would be kool if the damn kids actually got on a site like this and listened to many different folks like myself (some do know more than me sure) but alot of them just usually attack others and refuse to keep an opened mind. That's what's wrong with alot of websites similar to this one. basicly I take what I know to the best of my knowledge post up an idea and LISTEN to what others have to say and form my own opinion based on the facts as much as possible.
Lol I think it boils down to this, we all know a little, some more then others, together, we know a lot. I like to listen to guys I know have more experience. I'm only 22, when I was 16 I thought I knew everything, I know now I was dead wrong. I'm just getting started. I will be getting a bachelor's degree in diesel in May, that by no means labels me a pro. That just means I have a lot of schooling lol with some training to get me started. I'll learn so much more on the job then college ever taught me, except about drinking beer lol

Then you have the kids that see those movies, they think they know everything about the cars, and thats it. They might hear how some of us build this or that on the cheap, but that's because we know what we are doing, or are experienced enought to figure it out. Buy our own parts and we don't have to pay labor. On top of that most kids now adays, and I hate to say it because this is my generation, they are lazy as hell, they want everything for nothing. I came from a fairly well off family, but everything I own is mine, free and clear and paid for by me and my hard work. 2 trucks, a car, computer, etc. I don't have to pay for school or my bills upfront, my Dad is doing that in case I need to quit working so that I can concentrate on studies, but he and I do have a tab, and I do have to pay him back under contract with interest. So I've somewhat (just so many toys lol) been saving for paying him back. I don't think some kids ever knew what it was to be ankle deep in mud putting up fence to make that extra cash for a truck payment. Or working full time (which I used to do, I can't the way the current job is) and go to school. Time to man up and make it boys!

Then the tuner thing. These kids didn't grow up with real cars half the time. There has never been a Honda in my families garage. We have always driven domestics or VW.
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should get a tonneau cover to cover up the work haha
Oh don't worry, other than the rear tires, when the pickups were parked, you would never know they were THAT modified, the beds were well covered.

Cops are pretty anal when it comes to modified cars here because of the whole f&f triple turbo 2 stage nitrous lawnmower engine generation.
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Oh don't worry, other than the rear tires, when the pickups were parked, you would never know they were THAT modified, the beds were well covered.

Cops are pretty anal when it comes to modified cars here because of the whole f&f triple turbo 2 stage nitrous lawnmower engine generation.
HAHA they do sound like lawnmowers! I had 3 Suby's, that I made damn sure never sounded like that. They were also built for rally...but that's a different story lol I miss those cars
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Lol I think it boils down to this, we all know a little, some more then others, together, we know a lot. I like to listen to guys I know have more experience. I'm only 22, when I was 16 I thought I knew everything, I know now I was dead wrong. I'm just getting started. I will be getting a bachelor's degree in diesel in May, that by no means labels me a pro. That just means I have a lot of schooling lol with some training to get me started. I'll learn so much more on the job then college ever taught me, except about drinking beer lol

Then you have the kids that see those movies, they think they know everything about the cars, and thats it. They might hear how some of us build this or that on the cheap, but that's because we know what we are doing, or are experienced enought to figure it out. Buy our own parts and we don't have to pay labor. On top of that most kids now adays, and I hate to say it because this is my generation, they are lazy as hell, they want everything for nothing. I came from a fairly well off family, but everything I own is mine, free and clear and paid for by me and my hard work. 2 trucks, a car, computer, etc. I don't have to pay for school or my bills upfront, my Dad is doing that in case I need to quit working so that I can concentrate on studies, but he and I do have a tab, and I do have to pay him back under contract with interest. So I've somewhat (just so many toys lol) been saving for paying him back. I don't think some kids ever knew what it was to be ankle deep in mud putting up fence to make that extra cash for a truck payment. Or working full time (which I used to do, I can't the way the current job is) and go to school. Time to man up and make it boys!

Then the tuner thing. These kids didn't grow up with real cars half the time. There has never been a Honda in my families garage. We have always driven domestics or VW.
Yep. That's true to a T. kids are lazy today. I have worked since I was 13 years old. I have worked so hard for everything that I have and I'm damn proud of it. I'm now 34 fixing to turn 35. I can barely walk on a good day. My 86 year old grandma can get around better than I can. Yet I'll out work any 20 year old kid 10 fold. Those movies were entertaining yes, but they've hurt the used car market and our industry more than they helped it. It's kool to see someone go to a movie and get inspired and get trained in the auto industry and become a legitimate expert. But all I see are a bunch of kids just going to see a damn movie to "attempt" to become an expert.
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Yep. That's true to a T. kids are lazy today. I have worked since I was 13 years old. I have worked so hard for everything that I have and I'm damn proud of it. I'm now 34 fixing to turn 35. I can barely walk on a good day. My 86 year old grandma can get around better than I can. Yet I'll out work any 20 year old kid 10 fold. Those movies were entertaining yes, but they've hurt the used car market and our industry more than they helped it. It's kool to see someone go to a movie and get inspired and get trained in the auto industry and become a legitimate expert. But all I see are a bunch of kids just going to see a damn movie to "attempt" to become an expert.
What'd you do to hurt yourself that bad lol I'm the guy that while on crutches replaced a Camaro engine though lol I was inspired by those movies to go build cars, the thing was everyone wanted to build cars. So I went diesel, to be just a little different. And I make better money than most of the guys that go into automotive. I'm not talking about the custom car builders, I'm talking service and repair. But I do custom work on the side. It keeps it more fun.

And like I said I hate to say it but my generation is lazy. Maybe it comes from having parents that were 20 years older than most kids my age, but they taught me to work for what I wanted, and damned if I don't listen to that philosophy every day. Neither of my adoptive parents grew up with much. Now we are upper middle class. I want to stay that way. My real mom gave me up for adoption because she knew she couldn't give me the life she wanted and thought I deserved. She and my parents are my heros for that. I don't know that I would be here getting my degree if it weren't for them. I can't live paycheck to paycheck like most of my friends. I want to look at most things, say "I want that" and be able to afford that. So to work I go. I don't take days off, I don't usually call in sick and regardless of the job I have, or how well I like it I try and do my best.
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What'd you do to hurt yourself that bad lol I'm the guy that while on crutches replaced a Camaro engine though lol I was inspired by those movies to go build cars, the thing was everyone wanted to build cars. So I went diesel, to be just a little different. And I make better money than most of the guys that go into automotive. I'm not talking about the custom car builders, I'm talking service and repair. But I do custom work on the side. It keeps it more fun.

And like I said I hate to say it but my generation is lazy. Maybe it comes from having parents that were 20 years older than most kids my age, but they taught me to work for what I wanted, and damned if I don't listen to that philosophy every day. Neither of my adoptive parents grew up with much. Now we are upper middle class. I want to stay that way. My real mom gave me up for adoption because she knew she couldn't give me the life she wanted and thought I deserved. She and my parents are my heros for that. I don't know that I would be here getting my degree if it weren't for them. I can't live paycheck to paycheck like most of my friends. I want to look at most things, say "I want that" and be able to afford that. So to work I go. I don't take days off, I don't usually call in sick and regardless of the job I have, or how well I like it I try and do my best.
You were inspired by those movies. Not convinced like most teenagers are today. To answer your question, I have nothing but wires/cables holding my ankles together mainly due to my stubborness and willingness to continue. I have 4 slipped discs in my back, 2 steel rods in right leg from a motorcyle accident (pure stupidity on my part). I broke my neck in 1998 while working on a loading dock. I still got up and worked 15 hours strait. I've pretty much broken every bone in my body with exception to my skull. They want me to pay $35,000 dollars to "attempt" to fix my left knee as we speak. My willingness to work and not seek the proper medical attention is now costing me my health. The differences are clear dude. You sought out proper training and education while most didn't.
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You were inspired by those movies. Not convinced like most teenagers are today. To answer your question, I have nothing but wires/cables holding my ankles together mainly due to my stubborness and willingness to continue. I have 4 slipped discs in my back, 2 steel rods in right leg from a motorcyle accident (pure stupidity on my part). I broke my neck in 1998 while working on a loading dock. I still got up and worked 15 hours strait. I've pretty much broken every bone in my body with exception to my skull. They want me to pay $35,000 dollars to "attempt" to fix my left knee as we speak. My willingness to work and not seek the proper medical attention is now costing me my health. The differences are clear dude. You sought out proper training and education while most didn't.
That sounds all very painful, good luck with that man.

I was inspired, I wanted a car that was stupid quick and fun to drive. I realized in the movie they built them, not were handed them lol I sought out the proper training so someday I'm that old bastard with the cool cars that all the kids in the town come to listen to racing stories, see the cool cars, (that buy that time will be ancient lol) and learn things from. I wanted to teach for awhile, and maybe later in life I will. But until then I'm living my dream. I enjoy getting up and fixing things. The day I stop learning is the day you put me in an incinerator and spread me to the winds.
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That sounds all very painful, good luck with that man.

I was inspired, I wanted a car that was stupid quick and fun to drive. I realized in the movie they built them, not were handed them lol I sought out the proper training so someday I'm that old bastard with the cool cars that all the kids in the town come to listen to racing stories, see the cool cars, (that buy that time will be ancient lol) and learn things from. I wanted to teach for awhile, and maybe later in life I will. But until then I'm living my dream. I enjoy getting up and fixing things. The day I stop learning is the day you put me in an incinerator and spread me to the winds.

Thanks man. I too had that dream and still do somewhat to this day. I enjoy working on cars and trucks. My ultimate goal was to be a shop owner which I acheived even though it was for a short time and sought out by alot of Nascar teams. What do you think about the diesel training? pretty fasinating isn't it? I got a small taste od diesels in Ford fact program at nascar tech. It was intense but fun.
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Thanks man. I too had that dream and still do somewhat to this day. I enjoy working on cars and trucks. My ultimate goal was to be a shop owner which I acheived even though it was for a short time and sought out by alot of Nascar teams. What do you think about the diesel training? pretty fasinating isn't it? I got a small taste od diesels in Ford fact program at nascar tech. It was intense but fun.
I love diesel. When I was a kid it was trucks, trains, and tractors. You had one I wanted to see it. Now I work on all of the above lol I went to diesel because it was the only thing I hadn't tackled yet as far as engines. I've done superchargers, turbos, NA engines. Powered by petroleum and ethanol, but the shit for me was diesel. And I've always been the truck guy. I bought a truck because it's functional, that's how I roll. I can take all my crap with me and look good doing it. I hate guys that just buy a 3/4 ton to look pretty. We bitch about gas mileage, we need to make smaller trucks more enticing if these people are going to buy a truck. Put a 4 cyl diesel in a Ranger/ugly ass Colorado/ Taco/ Frontier/ Dakota I tell you I will probably buy it. Not a Mahindri they are ugly and I know jack squat about them. I have nothing against guys that own lowered trucks as I own one, but once you cut the bed up to make it lay frame, same thing, they look bad ass and eventually I'll buy one or build one, but useless. I was the guy people call to haul and tow things.

I actually just put my app in at Ford to hopefully work with them on their diesel program. I'm a GM guy so my next truck will probably be a one ton dually Duramax, but I am definatily excited to see the new Scorpion 6.7l diesel they have coming out. Plus I really do like the new look on the Super Duty.
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