Nameless 1972 Vega Kammaback V8 4 Speed

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Re: Nameless 1972 Vega Kammaback V8 4 Speed

Postby burnouts&rotorblades » Tue Jan 14, 2020 11:16 am

So, after the Christmas burnouts, the Vega would no longer move under its own power. Here is the Carnage!!

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I'm not messing with repairing it. It's new axle time. If anyone wants the old axle, let me know. I'll sell it cheap with widened wheels wrapped in brand new rubber. Only half a burnout on them.
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Re: Nameless 1972 Vega Kammaback V8 4 Speed

Postby classic_cruiser » Tue Jan 14, 2020 3:08 pm

burnouts&rotorblades wrote:I guess I'm going to need that axle sooner than I thought. Check out the Video to see why!!

That was awesome! Don't think I could ever get any of the ladies in my family to try that :)
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