The Report function of the forum works well. If you see someone acting up, acting out, or just being an okole, use the Report function. It works! I have it set up so it not only sends me an email, but that email is then marked with a flag, and get's put to the top of my email list. I will try to access/look at the report/topic as soon as possible, but remember, I'm on a six hour time delay, and other mods not only have a life, but a real job as well. k den
Welp, I'll have to bow out this year, just fried my brain looking at that... Thanks Mike Joking aside that's going to be a killer entry when completed.
Nothing solid on my entry choice, still rolling stuff around my head. The top three ideas right now are. #1 Ferrari F50 (fav exotic of all time) plus y'know "Red Ferrari" #2 Custom Gremlin, very custom. #3 '66 - '67 Tempest Wagon Still close to the table is a Hellcat Challenger but even though I love Mopar's the above mentioned are more intriguing to me.
Same here! It's not "Do I want to enter?" it's "What do I want to enter?" haha. Ferrari F50 Hellcat Challenger '68 Charger "69 Daytona '70 Superbird Or something way off the walls. Choices. . . So many choices.
This is your host Jonathan here with the results of this years race. Ladies and Gentlemen for a second year in a row the race has ended in a tie!
Bruce held a good lead up till somewhere between Alice Springs and Port Augusta. We don't know what happened (camera's aren't everywhere in Australia, yet). No mater the case or cause Misha found a opening and capitalized on it, taking the lead and held onto it through Coonamia, the prospect of victory looked good. But Bruce pushed his truck to the limits and was able to recover the ground making the last two miles neck and neck. As they come into view in the final stretch neither could seem to pull ahead. It was easy to tell, they wanted the prize, but you could also see the look in their eyes. They wanted it but didn't want to play dirty for it. Both of them had too much respect for each other and their rides. Instead of dog fighting it looked like they simply nodded at each other and crossed the line bumper to bumper. I'd like to say we then enjoyed a good time at the Casio afterwards but the cops weren't too far behind our racers so we all had to make very quick getaways. . . Like the US the popos here don't got no sense of humor. We'll party on the way back to the states.
Big congrats to both Bruce and Misha and their builds. A tie seems fitting for you two, both your builds are amazing. And to Dennis, Jay and Matthew, you may not have won in the popular vote but you three are still winners in my eyes. Congrats on building some very fine rides.