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  • Octane
  • No Speed Limit (France)

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antp BE

2009-07-31 23:52

Cheap UK "Fast & Furious" :D

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Toy cars:
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Crash between a RC Subaru and the BMW E36:
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2009-08-01 00:22

antp wrote Cheap UK "Fast & Furious"

It does look pretty rubbish, why did you watch it? :p

antp BE

2009-08-01 10:23

It was not on imcdb and seemed to have lots of cars in it :p


2009-08-01 15:31

And you're probably unaware of how dire Britain's boy-racing subculture is.


2009-10-11 18:03

I do agree. We basiclly have the same culture in America, and I think it's ridiculous. But it gets even worse when these idiots decide to buy one of the classic big American cars, and do the ususal crap to it that they'd normally do to their Hondas and Toyotas. All of a sudden Cadillac Broughams and Lincoln Town Cars are made into low riders cruising around with retarded looking paint jobs and ugly wheels. I can't figure out what would make a person want to adapt to this culture.


2009-10-11 18:39

^ The "lowriders" came before the "ricers" I have owned some "riced out" cars myself when I was younger and the way I see it even if it isn't my taste I recpect the amount of work put into most any custom vehicle

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2009-10-11 21:32

Yeah, I know what you mean. I find "Rap" and the culture that goes along with it, to be a cancer on todays society.

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