I had a F-150 electric truck lots of years ago. It got pretty lonely driving alone, so I know how you feel. Sometimes I wish I still had it though. It was in pretty rough shape from jumping the curbs and running into mailboxs.
1969 ForDor Thunderbird
2006 Dodge Charger (wifes car)
2000 Ranger Regular cab
2.5L with A/C backed up by the 5 speed manual, 2WD.
170,000+ on the clock.
Heya Anthony, if you make it to one of our Okie FTE meets, bring yer truck. I'll bring my son's little Tyco 9.6v off road truck. It's nothing special. It'll run for about 10-15min per charge. I might be able to bring a GPS to strap to yer truck if ya wanna find out the top speed of yer gasser too.
Thanks, Silver Streak, but man, that is one hard slow site to navigate through. All I wanted to do was get the info on where the track is and when I can bring my son out as spectators and I just could not find it. Ugh. Where is this track? And is it open to the public?
TORC isn't the one at 11th and 129th. Their track is on the west side of 177th E. Ave (Lynn Lane for the BA folk like me) at about 23rd or 24th. They usually race every weekend, but alternate between Saturday and Sunday. They also have a monthly meeting.
1990 F-150XLT Lariat Stillon the original engine with no squeaks or rattles at over 300k miles
145 rwhp, 272 rwtq
2001 Lightning #127
13.18@104, no chip, no pulley, no nitrous
Confuscious say "Man who have no use for jackstand have promising career as jackstand".
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