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    Top 10?

    Man, I had a great time too! One of my regrets was not being able to see Orwig pass a Rousch(?) in front of the grandstands! But GAboy got my back with a tag-a-long ride late in the day! Mike and Harry shore can drive! My stitches even held up on the curves! Thanks again Mikey, best investment I ever made with a strawberry soda! Anywho, here are the top 10 reasons you shouldn't have missed, and only NavySVO had a good excuse.........well, maybe others can submit excuses for approval from the board........

    #10. Gator getting "punked" by the elevator ad!

    #9. Rick Traces' REDNECK AFTER a day at the track! I didn't know they made that hue of red...

    #8. Pat in LA's pool shorts! Chicks dig the POOL SHORTS!

    #7. Fleming CORRECTING Eric on Toyota quality.....actually, Fleming correcting anybody! The Flem Flam man shore can eat some fried green tomatoes too!

    #6. Dave and Jim loading up their SVO. Question, how many people does it take to load an SVO?

    #5. Flemings' "driver" Dave "MAC'ing" on the ladies at the rib shack! Keep an eye on him Fleming...

    #4. USC 50 Arkansas 14. Also, the BEST hat at the reunion!

    #3. Free Pizza!

    #2. You would actually see that BUD is a real person! With feelings!

    And the #1 reason you shouldn't have missed........Actually, I don't know what it was, can someone help out?
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    #1 - Cause racing at Barber is the most fun you can have with your clothes on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Californiadreamr View Post
    #7. Fleming CORRECTING Eric on Toyota quality.....actually, Fleming correcting anybody! The Flem Flam man shore can eat some fried green tomatoes too!
    no matter how much you polish a turd, it's still a turd, to quote Bud...
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    Ouch Eric! After a nice vacation, you shouldn't be so hostile! Oh what a feeling.......TOYOTA!
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    that's the problem -- there was no hostility in it at all...
    Too many people read things, and take them personal.
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    Yeah that was a great Reunion and a vacation I was long overdue for. Here's my favorite one
    I had tickets to the Ark. game on the 50yd line!
    . I got my wheels on! Good & bad. They weigh 2 lb more than the stock wheel/tire. The 235/55/17 is 2 3/4 in. taller than stock tire. The tire contact patch for the 235/55/17 is 1 in. less, and the overall tire withe is 1/2 in wider. The wheels fit well. I'm going to modify the center cap and it should fit well. It turns easier and hasn't stopped it from performing well on the street. Those Pirelli tires sell for $192.00 each. At the rate I drive my car these tires should last 3-4 years then I have the new set I just put on the SVO wheels, with 2000 miles on them. One more from the road,
    All the leaves are brown and the sky is grey.
    I'll have pictures later. Rick

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    Eric, I can't read, so I didn't read anything into it. I knew you were smiling when you posted the quote. Rick, that was a great quote, however, as usual, you put it in the WRONG thread! Gator had that thread! I know, I know, your memory, but I still haven't seen documented proof Rich, you HAD to go there didn't you! At least I know who you are now! Glad to see you got home safely. Under pressure, good to hear you put the wheels on, you sure don't let any moss grow under your feet! Now, in about 5 months I'll put the stuff on I got from Pat!
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    MAC'ing?

    Whaas MAC'ing?!

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    I believe it was a late 80's or early 90's term for "hitting on the ladies". MacDaddy, my rap, player, pimp, or anything else will do. BTW, the term is NOT endorsed by McDonalds...........
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeFleming View Post
    Eric thinks a Prius needs to be plugged in and charged. DOH!
    Actually, I went on a road call this year for a Prius that had a dead battery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gearhead View Post
    (I really do own an SVO)
    Yup, He does!
    Mike Malone (AT6SVO) sold it back to him!
    Original owner, aren't you?
    It was great to meet you, Dave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeFleming View Post
    - but the part was not there at the track.
    Yeah that sucks. Some trackside parts were there for others who didn't choose to thrash. Too bad.

    So much asphalt to chew up, so little time.

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    things said....

    ATM.COM

    i went into milatary mode.

    i still gotta drive to Disney.

    where did ya get that cheesecake?

    how did ya like comedy hour last night?

    Barber was made for a SVO!
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    I believe one of the quotes I heard that can't be completly used -- (family site) --

    "There is no G - D way that thing has a 4-cyl in it"
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