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Coco Puff
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I know with it being Earth Day and all I shouldn't be posting about fuel swilling soot spewing rubber burning vehicular dinosaurs. But these are really more museum pieces anyway. Even if they do look kinda fun on the track.

Something old (1913 Stutz Bearcat)

Something new (Ferrari and more)
 

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Coco Puff
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Just a few more. The sounds these things make is quite impressive. Ear muffs mandatory?
 

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twrecks said:
Where was this at?
30 miles east of Reno in a town called Fernley, Nevada.

Surprising a little town in Podunk could draw the big guns eh?
 

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The old--beauty beyond compare.

But the new has goodies to offer as well. From the NYC auto show courtesy of a friend who attended:
 

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sn69 said:
But the new has goodies to offer as well. From the NYC auto show courtesy of a friend who attended:
Boy Toys!:D
 

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Drool worthy, but little else when gas will be $19 a gallon by summer's end.
 

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Drool worthy, but little else when gas will be $19 a gallon by summer's end.
Does kinda take the thrill out of cruzin' down the main drag.........
 

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sn69 said:
But the new has goodies to offer as well. From the NYC auto show courtesy of a friend who attended:
Some family resemblance of the blue Beemer.

The fuel price at the track was $7 per gal. Ouch. Tho by the looks of it, the folks that owned some of the pricier pieces were not burdened by the cost of fuel, it being the least of their expenses.
 
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