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  1. Peter_D

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    My vote is for the first one - it's clearly a street car, sounds tough as, and you've gotta give respect that he's done the burnout with his expensive 18" or 19" Billet rims on!!
     
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    I can't see the second one but the Dodge is pretty tough.

    Check out the green HQ in this clip (it's the 3rd car)



    Now thats a burnout !!

    No brakes either :)
     
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    that green hq was good. oh the good old days of owning a kingswood. brings back some memorys. although my burnouts were no where near that good. lol
     
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    It's got over 2000hp thats why ;)
     
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    I think I'll pop down to the shops and get a $2 bag of chips (gee I remember when $2 would be enough to feed a couple of starving teenagers) but before I do that I better fill 'er up or I might not have enough to get back with.
    Not really a daily driver anymore is it.
     
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    i'd hate to think what a 2000hp kingswood/monaro would cost to run. i cringe at the thought of how much my old one would cost to run now. back when fuel was between 90 - 95 cents a litre it cost me about $70 to fill up. and it only got about 330kms to a tank.
     
  8. VR42NV

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    Hands down the Falcon Ute, I dont care its not a street car, he went hard and thats what made it soooo good.
     
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    ya gotta love the VH SLE smacking into the wall.
     
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    I could swear that's a VC that lunches it in the 2nd video?
     
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    That Ute is Brett Stevens, it has a 540ci supercharged Merlin running at 2500BHP.
     
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    Haha go Perth boys ;) He gave that HELL to light the back end up like that...

    Sorry Ryan, I don't rate it - that mustang sat on its front brakes to do that. No points there, that's no real burnout.

    The purple VH gave me a chuckle ;) But I AM an evil bastard :p
     
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