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  • Crazy Fail Video: Aussie Guy Almost Runs Over The Starter While Doing a Burnout

    http://www.bangshift.com/blog/Crazy-...a-Burnout.html

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    Re: Crazy Fail Video: Aussie Guy Almost Runs Over The Starter While Doing a Burnout

    No burnout clip....1980 Street Machine Nationals.....OOOPS
    Whiskey for my men ... and beer for their horses!

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    • #3
      Re: Crazy Fail Video: Aussie Guy Almost Runs Over The Starter While Doing a Burnout

      Pretty sure that is not the right video, but I really liked the video of the '80 Nationals. Kinda gives a nice feel for the period. Makes me wanna tunnel ram and radius my Ranchero.
      Bakersfield, CA.

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      • #4
        Re: Crazy Fail Video: Aussie Guy Almost Runs Over The Starter While Doing a Burnout

        Sorry gang. It's fixed now, and well worth watching. The starter decides that moving quick is a good idea. Check it out.
        "A cross thread is better than a lock washer." Earl Lanning...My Grandpa

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        • #5
          Re: Crazy Fail Video: Aussie Guy Almost Runs Over The Starter While Doing a Burnout

          i'd guess the roadster had water on the front tires when he went to do a burnout, you can see the front wheels not rotating
          Charles W - BS Photographer at large

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          • #6
            Re: Crazy Fail Video: Aussie Guy Almost Runs Over The Starter While Doing a Burnout

            Thanks for posting, thats (1985 or so) about the first time I went to that track (heathcote park), brought back great memories!

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            • #7
              Re: Crazy Fail Video: Aussie Guy Almost Runs Over The Starter While Doing a Burnout

              Glad you liked the vids. Yes we did used to wear our shorts that short.

              The '80 Nationals is a personal favourite. Hot Rod magazine summed it up best when they said all you needed then was a used muscle car, slotted mags and a blower.

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