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Old 09-29-2014, 02:01 PM
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OT, Hot Rod Rumble Filipstad 2014

I visited this event last weekend, here you have a small something from the event.

The old 2 stroke SAAB sounds nasty. look at the videos down at the bottom.

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Looks like a fun event!!


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I love the #777 Volvo. They are so cool.
I bet there is still plenty of them there.
They are getting hard to find over here.
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I love the #777 Volvo. They are so cool.
I bet there is still plenty of them there.
They are getting hard to find over here.
They are getting more expensive, there was another one with a turbo conversion that was mad.... Really mad
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What fun! That truck had some serious HP - little trouble with maintaining direction, but lots of power.

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