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Old 03-30-2006, 07:46 PM
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Talking Lambo to prom BABY

OH yeah, my gf's step=mom is lining up a labborghini for us to go to prom in!!! I'm so excited. I wanted to take the nice truck to one and then use grampa's Caddy, but a Lambo, sorry trucky, you gon' haveta stay home tonight (until there isn't any room in the lambo... :/ guess there is a downside... but hey, that's what the caddy's for!

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Old 03-30-2006, 08:55 PM
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thats cool. we had to take a schoolbus to prom....oh yea, 1 hr drive on a crappy yellow bus....
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Old 03-30-2006, 09:29 PM
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.... whos driving it, and do you get insurance included ...

Taking a lambo to prom, leaving it in the parking lot for 4 hours, and then expecting it the same as you left itsnt wise...

Who are you trying to impress, and do you think they care?


I'll be taking my truck to prom, or my other car... Bench seats, long bed...

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Old 03-30-2006, 09:40 PM
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It wasn't my idea, I just thought it was sweet that her stepmom was like hey-are you interested. last year I had to take the minivan to two proms. I felt special...*shaking head*
I don't know any specs yet. You think I'm going to be at the dance for 4 hours??!? lol ya gotta go to dinner first. My gf seemed quite excited anyway...

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Old 03-31-2006, 12:42 AM
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I drove a Kenworth to my senior prom, then again my friends and I are kinda weird. I also pulled two farmall H tractors (54 and a 56) to within about a mile so two of my friends and their dates could take a tractor to prom.

Scary thing is the six of us were not the only weird ones. One kid drove a dump truck (late 60's chevy with a 5 yard box) and there was one other big rig but he was bobtailing.

Then again lifted trucks were also much more common then cars in the parking lot that night.
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Old 03-31-2006, 05:29 PM
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i was thinkin of takin the 4020 jd and a hay rack with a bunch of friends, but who knows how that one will go over with the local coppers.
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i was thinkin of takin the 4020 jd and a hay rack with a bunch of friends, but who knows how that one will go over with the local coppers.
DUHH, have a fake wall of hay SECURLY mounted to the rack... climb over the top, and have fun

Make sure to use good rope, and alot of it... Hay's heavy, drive slow also

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Old 04-01-2006, 02:16 AM
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I took a '95 Volvo 850 to my sr prom.
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Old 04-01-2006, 05:57 AM
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y'all are screwy, kenworths, farmalls dump trucks, I'd just take the ridin mower, or dozer.
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Old 04-03-2006, 12:16 AM
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Yeah, i should borrow the city's Loader or the Jet Truck to drive to prom. The jet truck might be fun, 1500 Gallons of water and 1000psi capabilites through a 3/4 inch hose. That would get you wet and knock you on your tush.
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Took an alcohol burning pro mud truck, 65 Ford body, 79 F350 4x4 chassis, 514" Ford Racing block, 44" MT/Rs.... you get the idea...

Friends took their alcohol/methanol burning open wheel modifieds to prom one year also... we all did donuts in the parking lot, tore up the asphalt (literally).
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I went in my bestfriend's girlfriend's uncle's yellow stretch hummer limo.
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Old 04-03-2006, 10:02 PM
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aw heck, I was gonna go in my neighbors D9, until I found out I could "borrow" a dragline from the mine nearby.

just kiddin y'all but I'd do it if I had the opportunity.
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I would drive the JD 4440, 2840, or my dad's little 1971 JD 110.. kidding on the 110, but IO would drive the others.. or my friends 2003 Viper...
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Don't get all hyped up over prom.. However, I suppose I'm biased, I got dumped on my prom lol... That wasn't fun..
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