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Old 06-19-2013, 08:41 AM
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"Phart can"

Anybody need a newish muffler or just a chuckle?
Hey kid, I have your Fart Can "Performance" muffler - Nova Scotia Other Parts, Accessories For Sale - Kijiji Nova Scotia Canada.

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Old 06-19-2013, 09:07 AM
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too funny! Reminds me of one of our members, Mikey. Very eloquently wrote.
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Old 06-19-2013, 09:32 AM
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Very nice description.

What the writer of that little piece of prose forgot to mention is that the former owner of that 'phart can' probably couldn't hear the difference as his 10 megawatt stereo was probably at full volume and he was temporarily-heading-for-permanent deafness
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Old 06-19-2013, 09:36 AM
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LOL... Now that's funny !!!!!
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Old 06-19-2013, 04:34 PM
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here's something to go with the muffler

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Old 06-20-2013, 06:45 PM
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10 years ago, my then 20 yr old son had a mazda 232 with a foldgers coffee can welded on the tailpipe
it was his parody of the phart can
he got a lot of thumbs up going down the road
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here is what a $49 phat can does.
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hey Ogre, a guy i worked with did the same thing a few years back. awesome! sure got two thumbs up from me!
made me want to put a Giant sized wing on the back of my 4cyl. grand am! too bad i never did.
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the fart can's are no different than ,the 80's guys with the lifted rear, tires 2-3" out of the well. rock hard rear shocks, and some loud muffler on a smog 307 with 200k on it.. and in the interior the am/fm cassette deck with KRACKO eq/booster..
funny how each generations forget THEY too, had the ricers.. it was just another nickname, "wannabe..".
I'm sure the 70/60/50/40/30 had the same thing just different cars and equipment
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This is very true!

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I'm sure the 70/60/50/40/30 had the same thing just different cars and equipment
Yep! In '66 I had a '65 GTO, with it's stiff suspension and a radio reverb unit, that thing made a loud metallic "boing, boing" whenever I went over RR tracks or hit a chuck hole! Didn't stop me from using it though...
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Yep! In '66 I had a '65 GTO, with it's stiff suspension and a radio reverb unit, that thing made a loud metallic "boing, boing" whenever I went over RR tracks or hit a chuck hole! Didn't stop me from using it though...
Hey, I LIKED the sound of my Vibrasonic...
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