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  1. #41
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    heres a crappy one
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    My camaro when I bought it. O.K., so now you know why I started over from scratch.

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    come on Dabar39 give us some more
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    O.K., Here's one that is just plain ole ignorance more than anything else. Here is a race car that I had come across being offered for sale. This one really doesn't have to do with bad welds, just lack of common sense, but then again you can't really see the welds.

    Besides the main cage being poorly engineered, take a good look at the door bars on the right side of the car. If you notice the yellow paint is not damaged in any way therefore leading me to believe it was repainted after taking a good shot in the door.

    I guess the owner figured if it took this good of a hit and it didn't completely collapse it won't if it takes another hit. I can't believe that this car was being raced in this condition and that it had passed tech at whatever track it was being raced at.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dabar39 View Post
    O.K., Here's one that is just plain ole ignorance more than anything else. Here is a race car that I had come across being offered for sale. This one really doesn't have to do with bad welds, just lack of common sense, but then again you can't really see the welds.

    Besides the main cage being poorly engineered, take a good look at the door bars on the right side of the car. If you notice the yellow paint is not damaged in any way therefore leading me to believe it was repainted after taking a good shot in the door.

    I guess the owner figured if it took this good of a hit and it didn't completely collapse it won't if it takes another hit. I can't believe that this car was being raced in this condition and that it had passed tech at whatever track it was being raced at.

    As they say, common sense isn't so common anymore. That car needs to be cut apart and scrapped before some poor driver gets impaled by a piece of pipe. I wouldn't even drive it to the junk yard.
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    Well Dave,

    I think you already know what my opinion is.
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    I think this guy is trying for a job at Ford Motor Company

    Also, here is a link, it doesn't show the weld on the car but you can imagine what it looks like after you see what happens

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S1A-HQmnZeU
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    The upside down shock absorber is also a nice touch.
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    As the shock starts to leak......this will catch the fluid and keep it off the track. Very safety minded.
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    Lmao!!!!!!!! Safety Is My Motto!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:d:d:d:d
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