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Old 07-24-2010, 02:57 AM
 
Location: A Winding Road
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google map, mt. pleasant tx hwy going into daingerfield tx. too long ago that i do not know the hwy number.
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Old 07-25-2010, 02:56 PM
 
Location: Columbus, OH
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I'll trade you cars for a week. You keep the oil full, you can spray them pretty good once you get going. It's my tailgater deterrent. I let my car consume oil at a rate of a quart every 50 miles. I'm not rebuilding the engine just yet. It's too funny to be driving down the road at night, 52mph, and have someone come flying up on my tail to honk and flash their lights. I'll think, "Gee sir, you want me to speed up, OK, sure", I stomp on it and run up to 62 and back to 52. Then the fun starts. They hit their wipers. The oil mist smears. They hit their washers. Oil and water don't mix. Washer soap isn't strong enough for 40-weight oil. They have to pull over. It's hilarious.

I know this is dangerous. But so is tailgating someone that close at highway speed with a grain truck coming the other way. Believe me son, when the way is clear I'll get over on the shoulder and let you by. You wanna get testy with me? This flavor's called Motorcraft Synthetic Blend. Tell me how you like it...
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Old 07-25-2010, 03:55 PM
 
Location: Richardson, TX
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I'll trade you cars for a week. You keep the oil full, you can spray them pretty good once you get going. It's my tailgater deterrent. I let my car consume oil at a rate of a quart every 50 miles. I'm not rebuilding the engine just yet. It's too funny to be driving down the road at night, 52mph, and have someone come flying up on my tail to honk and flash their lights. I'll think, "Gee sir, you want me to speed up, OK, sure", I stomp on it and run up to 62 and back to 52. Then the fun starts. They hit their wipers. The oil mist smears. They hit their washers. Oil and water don't mix. Washer soap isn't strong enough for 40-weight oil. They have to pull over. It's hilarious.

I know this is dangerous. But so is tailgating someone that close at highway speed with a grain truck coming the other way. Believe me son, when the way is clear I'll get over on the shoulder and let you by. You wanna get testy with me? This flavor's called Motorcraft Synthetic Blend. Tell me how you like it...
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The Texas Wave and Pull Over
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Old 07-26-2010, 02:58 AM
 
Location: A Winding Road
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I'll trade you cars for a week. You keep the oil full, you can spray them pretty good once you get going. It's my tailgater deterrent. I let my car consume oil at a rate of a quart every 50 miles. I'm not rebuilding the engine just yet. It's too funny to be driving down the road at night, 52mph, and have someone come flying up on my tail to honk and flash their lights. I'll think, "Gee sir, you want me to speed up, OK, sure", I stomp on it and run up to 62 and back to 52. Then the fun starts. They hit their wipers. The oil mist smears. They hit their washers. Oil and water don't mix. Washer soap isn't strong enough for 40-weight oil. They have to pull over. It's hilarious.

I know this is dangerous. But so is tailgating someone that close at highway speed with a grain truck coming the other way. Believe me son, when the way is clear I'll get over on the shoulder and let you by. You wanna get testy with me? This flavor's called Motorcraft Synthetic Blend. Tell me how you like it...
You sound like fun. I use to have a 72 Ford Custom that smoked. I remember doing some thing similar to what your talking about. The car didn't spew oil though. Shoot I didn't know it had a smoking problem until a car rode up on my bumper; I hit the gas and left the person in a cloud. I was like oh wow, but that works.
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