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That's been done before. There is a video of kids doing it with a Taurus that's much better. They smoked the front tires pretty damn good.
 

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Is that what they call "The Rockford"?
 

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I~LUV~Caddys8792 said:
Is that what they call "The Rockford"?
1) Reverse gear as fast as you can
 

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I~LUV~Caddys8792 said:
Is that what they call "The Rockford"?
1) Reverse gear as fast as you can
2) Slam on Emerg. Brake whilst Locking wheel to LEFT or RIGHT
3) Speed off in same direction, but correct heading.
In my day, that was called a "Bootlegger's Turn"...:banana:
 

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1. Theft.
2. Destruction of private property.
3. Vandalism

Looks like fun but not to the guy who has to pay for the stolen trays, or the guy who has to pay to have his parking lot re-surfaced, or the guy who has to pay for the repair of the misused rental car.

Now if those "educated" "intelligent" college students promoted doing that with their own car on property that they owned with trays that they bought I might consider that fun.

It's not responsible.
It's not smart.
It's not legal.
It's not classy.
 

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Night Wolf said:
resurface a parking lots from some tire marks?

they wear off in a short time....
The parking lot they were in looked like it had fresh sealant and paint. Do you know how much it costs to seal and paint a parking lot of that size? In leagal terms I believe it's called defacing private property.

The bottom line is, it's not right.
 

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Kev said:
The parking lot they were in looked like it had fresh sealant and paint. Do you know how much it costs to seal and paint a parking lot of that size? In leagal terms I believe it's called defacing private property.

The bottom line is, it's not right.
Sorry guys, I'm with Kev on this one. I guess us old guys understand who pays for this 'fun'!
 
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