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My daughters car(s)

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She started with a Honda at 16 but she drove it to school with straight header and her first ticket was for 115 and street racing. The lawyer made good money that year. She was #1 in her mechanics class all thru high school, drove a Z3 that she bought, fixed and traded for a vette her Jr year. Now shes on her second BMW drift car and 25 yrs old. She won first in class at the Portland Roadster show with her first Race car the E30. The new car will be even better.
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The road commissioner called and wants his asphalt back. =D>
Wicked car. Good work.
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Thanks Dave

It kinda bummed me out a bit when she parted and sold the E30 body but I guess the red one will be a better car. Always going for the upgrade she is.
That car was all kinds of fun though. Really well mannered. She rarely got out of 2 nd gear. https://www.facebook.com/samantha.jacks ... 000222814/

pretty proud of that kid.
I still like the 67 Chevelle better its way more violent.
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Right on!

She can drive, too.
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Yes shes come a long way this last year. Last couple time I rode with her I didnt have to say" put your foot in it" at all. Pretty much spent the whole time just holding on. Its been great fun for me watching her do well. So proud of that girl.
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You are a damn good father, she can drive wheels off those hotrods.

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Very cool, good to know there are young people still interested in cars....though the street racing and ticket for 115 mph would have given me a LOT of sleepless nights. When my kids get to driving age I plan on sending them to either Bob Bondurants or Skip Barber's defensive driving school. Owner of a Shop I worked at lost his daughter in a car accident about a year ago. She was a demon when it came to driving. Never seen someone that age drive so fast and without any fear. Guy had a GPS device on her car that clocked her multiple times over 100 mph and once doing 122 mph in a Chrysler 200! I begged him to intervene, take the car away, something, but he and his wife never did. Sadly that's what happened to her....90+ into a curve.....16 years old.
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I can feel proud you are of all her achievements in life.
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