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T100 vs. Exterra..

Old 12-23-2005, 03:27 PM
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It was a night much like tonite, only warmer, a rather more pleasant atmosphere. I find myself at a redlight, with a 99' exterra se, automatic, 4 x4, brush guard, and all the options. Not like i know the guy though... I'm runnin in a 93' Toyota T100, regular cab truck. I hear the roar of his mighty nissan v6, so i let him hear the rawr of my toyota SOHC v6 mated to a 5spd tranny. I then roll down the window " why don't ya shove that v6 up yur *** to get the most out of it." His reply was rather to horrendous to repeat. So we both wait for the green, sweats running down my face and my eyes start to turn red and dry as i cannot blink. I look over to see him sweating and he gives me the finger, i look back, the light had just turned green.! I dump it at 2000rpm and with the screach of a tire, i'm off. He gets a late start so i've already got about a half car length on him. I pull it up to redline and shift into second, and proceed to third gear. By this time i have about 1 1/2 car lengths on him. So i pull the flashers to signify the win.

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LOL! You shoulda yelled "MERRY CHRISTMAS LOSERRRRRR!!" lol!
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