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Old 03-17-2017, 08:31 PM   #1
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Default Burnout in an LS6-powered '68

This post on the HP is pretty straightforward, but sometimes you just need to do a burnout. I actually love pro-touring/resto mods, so I think this car is pretty rad — though I could have seen him smoke the tires for a bit longer!

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Love it! My '67 was my first love in life. Thanks for sharing!

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Love it! My '67 was my first love in life. Thanks for sharing!

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You got it! I actually rode home from the hospital — in my Mom's arms — in a 1972. Broke my Dad's heart when he got rid of that car.
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