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Old 11-23-2003, 15:47   #1 (permalink)
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biggrin What a tool!

I found this picture rather amusing. Check out the rear wing on the EA, and it hasn't been PS'd either. A guy I know posted it up on a different forum, it's his Subaru on the right.

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no piccy :(

put a link up to it.

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Worked for me... here tis'

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Would have to register, I dont feel like it, anyone want to get the pic and post it.

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I'll try again...



Here's the URL http://www.fordgallery.com/data/500/12626wank_ford.jpg
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Old 11-23-2003, 17:30   #6 (permalink)
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AAAAAHHAHAHAHHAAHHAAHAH

thats funny,

although i think my ea's gonna be copping one of them on track days. :(

but i dun wanna look ricey ricey, but i'll need the down force.... 300kmph and ea= take off. lol

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Oh dear, well someone had to do it, and bet they are proud of it as well .....

gm dstroya - we will forgive you, if you dont go driving the streets daily with it :0)

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LOL joe please dont drive her with a rear wing like that,i dont have rice in my street and i dont want the trend to take off..LOL


yeah that wing is a perfect example of someone who'd own a holden.*winks* i feel sorry for the car..

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Thats just bloody terrible. Im seeing those wings every where at the moment on every thing. Also the old Monster Tacho connected to Auto's is going around to. I wonder if they even are working.
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Looks photoshopped to me. Scary if it isn't though !
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