Any super-bee fans?

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  1. Charles

    Charles New Member

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    I couldn't resist :D
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  3. Charles

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    :) I love the old muscle cars, we have a 69 cougar sitting in the garage that has gone from show quality to 1/4 mile club clasher to garage ornament...
     
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    the cougar is awesome,but the old mopar 440 wedge superbee was a real rockin road burner,came from the factory all hopped up.my cousin ran into a roadblock on old 52 close to the louisiana line,they say blue flames were visible just before impact at 160 mph.....this just happens to be vanishing point!
     
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    So that's what was happening when I hit 160 in my mustang! :mrgreen:
     
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    1969, on the autobahn in Germany, where there is no speed limit, I was riding in a 1961 Mercedes 4-door sedan with an 80 year old man driving. At 165, I cautiously asked if he was in a hurry. He said "no, are you", and kicked it. I finished half a beer, popped the top on another, and finished it as we approached 200. I quit looking after that.
     
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    all you need to vanish is hit a bulldozer at 160 and voila!you have vanished :twisted: