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Goehner

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  1. I replaced the cam and pretty much everything on the top end.
  2. I hope you are right there is no damage, but my chain tensioner broke at a very light acceleration and it busted the dowel pin off and bent every fucking valve in the car.
  3. Secrets are fun
  4. haha https://abc30.com/woman-sprays-would-be-car-thief-with-gasoline-police/5380315/ Saturday, July 6, 2019 7:05AM CONYERS, Georgia -- Authorities say a Georgia woman at a gas station doused a man in gasoline as he tried to steal her car. WSB-TV reports the woman was pumping gas in her car Thursday outside Atlanta when the man approached the passenger door undetected. The woman noticed the man once he was in the driver's seat of her Dodge Challenger. She pulled the gas nozzle and sprayed him with gasoline, which scared him off. Rockdale County Deputy Lee Thomas said a Chrysler 300 dropped the man off at the gas station and picked him up soaked in gasoline. Thomas believes the crew has done this before and he's sure they'll try it again. Authorities aren't identifying the woman. "It was like a movie. I didn't realize it was actually happening," an unidentified witness told WSB. "My son told me, 'Dad, I think he's trying to steal the car,' and I was looking, and I heard the car revving up. The next thing I know, he jumped out of the car and he started running."
  5. If you really are going to buy it, wait to mod it until the warranty expires.
  6. That would really suck. Of course my dumbass car is down for months at time because of the moron behind the wheel.
  7. Very nice
  8. Sweet.
  9. No picture that i can see
  10. Looks good Dale.
  11. LMAO, the racks, love you guys. Good luck Mike, that really sucks.
  12. https://www.wfaa.com/article/news/child-ejected-from-car-killed-in-street-racing-collision-police-say/287-1e3f8f87-4763-49ee-9f68-c7550f807796 Child ejected from car, killed in street-racing collision, police say Three racing cars led to deadly collision Author: Jack Beavers, Alex Rozier Published: 10:26 AM CDT May 25, 2019 Updated: 8:43 PM CDT May 26, 2019 DALLAS — Three cars racing Friday night led to a deadly collision that claimed a child's life in the Pleasant Grove neighborhood of Dallas. Police say drivers of a Ford Mustang, a Dodge Charger and a Dodge Challenger were racing at about 7:30 p.m. in the 10700 block of Lake June Road when they encountered a Chevy Impala making a left turn. WFAA The Challenger T-boned the Impala, causing it to spin several times. Olivia Mendez, 9, was ejected from the Impala and later died from her injuries at the hospital. Another child that was in a car seat suffered critical injuries. The driver was taken to a hospital in good condition. The driver of the Challenger was arrested after being taken to the hospital with minor injuries. The drivers of the Mustang and Charger fled the scene but were apprehended a short time later. Miguel Rocha said he was cut off by the Challenger and started recording video right after. The cellphone video captured the collision. “He almost hit me and that made me want to record because if he hits me I have everything recorded,” Rocha said. “I never thought this was going to happen. I never thought anything like this was going to happen.” “The first thing I saw was the little girl in the white dress fly out the back window,” he said. “Those are just some images that are real graphic.” Kim Watson was driving home to Mesquite when she witnessed the wreck. “Why were they racing like that? They took an innocent life,” she said. “I thought about this little baby all day, all night." She said she was so disturbed by what she saw that she drove by the site later. "That’s when I saw the balloons," Watson said. "I thought she didn’t make it.” Miguel Morales lives two homes down from the crash site and said he's frustrated because street racing is common in the area. The driver of the Challenger was arrested after being taken to the hospital with minor injuries. The drivers of the Mustang and Charger fled the scene but were apprehended a short time later. “I can’t stand it that nobody has done nothing about it,” he said. "It would be a good thing to put some speed bumps so they can’t be racing right around here."