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Old 01-31-2005, 09:33 PM
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The only reason that valiant could climb that hill with no oil pressure and no coolant was because it was MOPAR!

And the actor I think played Festus on Gunsmoke, I'm not sure.

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Dazed and confused had some nice cars, the Black 72 Chevy pickup, and the GTO they called "Judge" just to name a few. I loved the first smokey and the bandit, not much gets better then a Peterbilt and a fast car. I also like the Dukes of Hazard, although they dont show that anymore. I will admit tho, they had some terribly cheesy scenes.
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Well, well, well......if you have CMT (country music channel) they do still play it at 9-10 central every night. And the new movie is coming out soon to.



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Season 2 just came out on dvd.
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Yes indeed. Although I am looking forward to seeing the new Daisy Duke in action on the big screen. Thank god for Jessica Simpson .
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Or her dumd-*ss lip sincing sister...................
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My vote is for Thunder Road as mentioned earlier and it has some darn good music in it
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And the actor I think played Festus on Gunsmoke, I'm not sure.
No that wasn't Festus (Ken Curtis) from Gunsmoke. That was Chester Goode who was Marshal Dillion's sidekick before Festus. He was also Deputy Marshal Sam McCloud , a Texas detective in the show McCloud. Dennis Weaver was his real name.

Oh and the Valiant gave her all for the good of Hollywood.
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I just got through watching The Wraith!!! Two Lain Black Top, Hollywood Knight's ( that got me wanting a Rail Job. LOL). Does anyone remember one called Hotrod. The guy in it had a 41 Willis with a Hemmi in it? And they stole a blower from a museum and motors out of cop cars??? I think that was the name would like a copy of it to watch again......
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Cannonball Run
(the intro with the Lamborghini Countach hammerin the gears)

The Fast & Furious Charger was pretty sweet with the wheel-stand & all.. I didn't care for the rice burners though.

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Cannonball Run
(the intro with the Lamborghini Countach hammerin the gears)

The Fast & Furious Charger was pretty sweet with the wheel-stand & all.. I didn't care for the rice burners though.

at least those rice burners didn't just have stickers.
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at least those rice burners didn't just have stickers.
No, they had hollywood stunt teams and computer generated special effects!
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Dont forget the most important thing they had. NOS!!!
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No, they had hollywood stunt teams and computer generated special effects!
what? you mean that wasn't what really happens when you use nitrous?

i always thought nitrous oxide was a mystical chemical that blurred the lines of reality..like in the movie

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The Califonia Kid

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