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Old 04-11-2007, 02:17 AM
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Spoofing a certain 62 poncho

Working on taxes (it's that time again in the U.S.) while reading Hotrodders.com in the wee hours may be as hazardous to the brain as the various fumes in garages.

Are the ground effects too subtle on the 62 Pontiac in the attached image?
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Old 04-11-2007, 05:24 AM
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Go back to your taxes............................
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Old 04-11-2007, 07:21 AM
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he heh heh heh heh heh heh

It was just a matter of time, Poncho

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Old 04-11-2007, 02:07 PM
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Go back to your taxes............................
Man, that's cruel.

Just for that, I hope 3 St. Bernard's, 2 beagles and a poodle fall in love with your rims.
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Old 04-11-2007, 03:29 PM
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Thats why Poncho was trying to sell his car...he Donked it and now he can't stand it, Lmao. I just hope he dosen't Donk his truck.
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Ponch in a Donk?
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Old 04-11-2007, 03:49 PM
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That sure gives a contemporary feel to that classic! Did my taxes three weeks ago and e filed. Already got my refund back. A whole $6.15!
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Man, that's cruel.

Just for that, I hope 3 St. Bernard's, 2 beagles and a poodle fall in love with your rims.
The birds around here seem to love it....Poop on it everytime its out of the garage.....................

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That sure gives a contemporary feel to that classic! Did my taxes three weeks ago and e filed. Already got my refund back. A whole $6.15!
That's too bad....I got $1300 back....That's what you get when you don't work for 6 months of the year.....................
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My goal with taxes is to end up as close to $0 as possible; I don't like giving the gubmint an interest free loan for a year and I don't like paying extra at tax time. It looks like I loaned the Feds $68 for the year (they better pay up!) and the state considers me to have a negative income. There should be some way they should pay me for that, even though no state income tax was withheld.


Those stealthy papparazi (or however you spell that) caught another shot of that unusual Pontiac after it was accessorized. (Is that where the tax refund went?)

That stepladder doesn't look tall enough to be safe for that height, to me. The warning labels tell you not to use the top step.



(Glad you took the joke in the spirit in which it was intended, poncho62. No blasphemy was intended by the er, customizing of that (formerly) clean ride. )
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The moosehead does give it that "Canadianna" look.......................
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Oh no ,hes gettin ideas already j/k
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Well, Pontiac thoughtfully provided a real handy hanger for the moose head. I just wish we could get some technical data:

1. How much downforce do those antlers generate?

2. What's the highest lateral G that the PonchoDonk can attain?

3. I know 'possum hunters here in hillbilly heaven would love those upward aimed rally lights, but what do Canucks hunt in trees?
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That is too funny!Good one Grouch.

Poncho don,t be taking it to the strip.

http://jalopnik.com/cars/custom-cars...rip-248332.php
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Old 04-11-2007, 11:34 PM
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redlightning - that link is too funny!!

grouch - That Moose head would be a big hit on main street in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.

re: "I know 'possum hunters here in hillbilly heaven would love those upward aimed rally lights, but what do Canucks hunt in trees?" Canadians don't hunt with lights. We do our hunting during the day when our prey can see us and have a bit of a chance.
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I'm almost tempted to install Flash just to see a donk trying to drag.


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Canadians don't hunt with lights. We do our hunting during the day when our prey can see us and have a bit of a chance.
Aha! So you blast the poor, defenseless, ~nocturnal~ critters while they're sleeping in their lairs? I would never have suspected such behavior from my otherwise civil northern neighbors!


Somebody keep score; I'm bound to have annoyed:
(1.) People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, with that moose head,
(2.) ricers, with the air dam, side curtains, wing and lights,
(3.) donkers (?) with the 30" rims on a Pontiac,
(4.) Canadians, in general (bet those seats are covered in flannel!),
(5.) fellow hillbillies ('He ain't never gone huntin' or he'd a known you hunt 'coons with lites; ye jest pick 'possums up off'n the highway!'),
(6.) Texas rednecks ('What's that thing on the hood? Sure ain't like no longhorn I ever saw.), and
(7.) hotrodders, because everything I've added to the PonchoDonk makes it slower, less stable, less safe, and uglier.

Hmm, I could drum on number 4 some more by putting a "Buy American!" sticker on the car, but then some smart-aleck would probably ask, "North, Central, or South?"

Is there a special Form or Schedule to claim deductions for insanity caused by tax Forms and Schedules?
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