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Old 03-02-2010, 11:59 AM   #1
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When I smashed my bike up at TWS (Texas World Speedway) it got to ride home behind the vette and Rex let me drive his bike back. It's pretty neat because I'm a student there and he's a prof in the graphic arts department of some sort. He's super nice guy, and I'm glad to be an Aggie =P
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When I smashed my bike up at TWS (Texas World Speedway) it got to ride home behind the vette and Rex let me drive his bike back. It's pretty neat because I'm a student there and he's a prof in the graphic arts department of some sort. He's super nice guy, and I'm glad to be an Aggie =P

Deja vu... Almost like I've heard this somewhere before...
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somethings you just don't do

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nice setup, would love to have a 4x4 suburban setting on a 6"lift and 35" copper STT.

That picture of the vette all hooked up for towing is just wrong. Setting out in front of an apartment in the weather, thats just wrong to. Oh well every vette can't go to a good home.( LOL )

He spent the money so he can do whatever he wants to do with it.

BUT SH$T IT'S A VETTE BUY A HOOPTY TO TOW WITH (and remember to LOL).
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i tried not to post an obvious pic of his plate....nor mine. , I don't care, I don't store my toy hauler at my house.

you guys crack me up... if a thief wants something they'll get it. Like showing up to the umpteen hundred m&g's each yr taking pics of bikes and their plates....do you tape over your plate too? lol

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nice setup, would love to have a 4x4 suburban setting on a 6"lift and 35" copper STT.

That picture of the vette all hooked up for towing is just wrong. Setting out in front of an apartment in the weather, thats just wrong to. Oh well every vette can't go to a good home.( LOL )

He spent the money so he can do whatever he wants to do with it.

BUT SH$T IT'S A VETTE BUY A HOOPTY TO TOW WITH (and remember to LOL).
not everybody can afford two vehicles....you work with what ya got sometimes. If you think towing a few extra hundred pounds behind a vette is gonna kill it....keep thinking.
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