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Hot Rodding and Dirt Tracks: Simply Perfect!

Posted in Classic, General, Hoonage, Other Rides, Racing, Videos by MrAngry | February 10th, 2011 | 1 Response |

Vintage Dirt Tracking

Most small counties in the United States have a small drag way or dirt track at which local residents compete at on weekends. The cars that show up are generally beat to death and between races are brought back to their trailers to be put on life support. Sometimes though special exhibitions are held in an attempt to not only bring in more money, but give the track a much needed boost in publicity. I’ve been to a bunch of these exhibitions, but 9 times out of 10 they consist only of touted up trailer queens doing parade laps and are quite honestly, boring as hell. Down in New Zealand though it looks like they do things a bit differently as these boys aren’t afraid to flog their vintage machines through the dirt. Modified T-buckets, vintage pickup trucks and business coupes can be seen sliding, spinning and partaking in all sorts of vintage hoonage. Seriously, these guys aren’t messing around. Click through for the video.

Source: Chromjuwelen.com

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  1. BigRuss says:

    this is packed full of WIN