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bumblebee73

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the 2 nd bug out of the year is coming up the 1st sunday in september, i look to see sombody there, look for me on the pit area of the drags, i'll be racing my sand rail and my older brother will be racing his dune buggy. here is what our cars look like.






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Hey Bumblebee,
I thought is was Sunday Aug. 31st?
If that is not correct please let me know as I'm planing to be there, as long as I'm in town.
Thanks

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WOW YOUR RITE.

THANKS

 

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bumblebee73

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my family and i met sleepwalker there , and i say an awsome man to talk to.

i was a great day for the races, i went a total of 6 passes, 2 of them were trial runs. the track conditions varried big time , my fastest time was a 10.72 and my slowest was 11.15.

i wouldn't have done that well if sleepwalker wasn't there.
so a thank you goes to sleepwalker.

i will put 2 video clips up asap.


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Just walked in the door from Bug-Out 64, and what a day it was! Would have loved to have seen more people from here at the event, but ran into a few friends from down here by my house.
Chris (Bumblebee73) was there and was ready to race in his rail. The track was changing all day and everyone was having a hard time adjusting to it. Chris made it into the fourth round when the track finally came to him, unfortunately it was too good and he broke-out, you'll get'em next trip!
The show had a lot to offer and some of just about anything you wanted to see, right down to "Herbie" with remote control eyelids, horn, wipers, and a kneeling / raising function of the front end. It was a joy just to see the looks on the kids faces as they walked by and out of nowhere "Herbie" greeted them with a blink of the eyes or a simple "meep-meep".
The Burpul (My 74 super) made the 350+ mile round trip with flying colors. As it was the first real trip out other then the usual around town and work, I could not have been happier.
Here are a few of the photos I took while there, Chris that last one is for you if you want it at a higher rez drop me a note, and thanks for the kind words in the previous post.


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bumblebee73

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thank you sleepwalker, but i have my own . holeshot photo's came to me with a pic installed in a frame for $35 , and i couldn't pass it up.
she was launching harder than i thought, look at the rear squating and look at the passanger front tire , it is just barly touching the ground. here is the link that it is at .



here are a few vid clips 2 of me and one of my brothers car.

and sleep walker remember i was telling you how goog keven was at winning(the guy driving my brothers car) , they won the pro class about 30 min. after i left.

http://s86.photobucket.com/albums/k92/my67truck/?action=view&current=PICT0005.flv

http://s86.photobucket.com/albums/k92/my67truck/?action=view&current=PICT0002-3.flv

http://s86.photobucket.com/albums/k92/my67truck/?action=view&current=PICT0003-2.flv



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