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Old 03-25-2009, 05:51 PM
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I bet you've never had this type of car trouble.

So a guy in St. Louis was driving to work on Hwy 144 when he heard a 'pop'! He thought it sounded like a flat tire, though his ride wasn't affected. After pulling over, checking the tires and finding them intact, he opened the hood to look at the motor. Before the hood was even opened all the way he jumped back in shock and knocked his head on the partially opened hood, unable to believe what his eyes were seeing! Fortunately, a co-worker with a camera recognized him along side the road and stopped to see if he could help. Crazy!!!! check out the pics below....

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lol this is from TST. I'd freak the **** out.
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HAHAHA WTF. I guess the belt snapping made the popping noise. I bet that smelled really bad
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time to make some boots.
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