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Old 08-25-2001, 05:40   #1 (permalink)
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Lets Pray for Skaife

for a mishap that is!!
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Man that voodoo car worked!

Had a cheap plastic model of HRT 1 and hit it with a hammer...LMAO
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good work albert, can you do it again?
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Man that voodoo car worked!

Had a cheap plastic model of HRT 1 and hit it with a hammer...LMAO
Haha - Top work Albert :D

However at this time I have just placed pastic models of 5 Ford frontrunners in the oven. I have set then oven at a lowish heat so that over the course of the afternoon the Fords can move out into the lead (lulling you all into a false sense of security) and then shortly before the finish they should finally melt - with corresponding results on the track.

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Haha - Top work Albert :D

However at this time I have just placed pastic models of 5 Ford frontrunners in the oven. I have set then oven at a lowish heat so that over the course of the afternoon the Fords can move out into the lead (lulling you all into a false sense of security) and then shortly before the finish they should finally melt - with corresponding results on the track.

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Haha - Top work Albert :D

However at this time I have just placed pastic models of 5 Ford frontrunners in the oven. I have set then oven at a lowish heat so that over the course of the afternoon the Fords can move out into the lead (lulling you all into a false sense of security) and then shortly before the finish they should finally melt - with corresponding results on the track.

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Good work Albert.....bad bad bad work Brendan LOL:D :D
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Good work Albert.....bad bad bad work Brendan LOL:D :D
I've just turned the oven down a bit - the Gibson models melted too quickly, I'll let the DJR cars last a couple hours longer
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I've just turned the oven down a bit - the Gibson models melted too quickly, I'll let the DJR cars last a couple hours longer
You should've defrosted car No. 17!!!!:p :p :p :p :p :p :p
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