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 Post subject: So, just how big a JNC nut are you?
PostPosted: Sat Oct 23, 2010 1:53 pm 
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Big enough to do this?

Yes, this photo was taken at a funeral. Local Z club member passed away and he specifically requested that there be two S30's in the church for the funeral. :shock:

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Sorry for the quality. It's a cell phone picture of a picture. :P


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 23, 2010 2:24 pm 
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Oh wow :shock: Now that's hardcore

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 23, 2010 5:46 pm 
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I'm very sorry to hear about the lost.
But I have to say that's bad A! Making me think I need to update my will and mention my Laurel. Maybe it'd make a good headstone...

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 23, 2010 10:15 pm 
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At least he didn't ask to be buried in an S30.

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 24, 2010 10:29 am 
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I don't think his friends would have allowed that anyway... 8)


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Now that guy is a Bad Ass.

Are those his cars... or his friends??

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Komeuppance wrote:
Are those his cars... or his friends??


Friend's cars. His never got finished.


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Looking at the picture, one would assume the cars were owned by the deceased.

Under that scenario, some problems arise that make me "not that big a car nut".

My relatives would not be interested in my cars being at my funeral, unless they had for sale signs on them and the funeral attendees were a captive audience of probable buyers.
I doubt anyone would actually attend my funeral, chances are most people even remotely interested would skip the funeral and go to my home, intent on looting the place of cars and parts.
In fact, knowing my relatives, odds are that my cars would not last all the way to the point in time that it takes my body to reach room temperature, before my relatives have called the scrap yard to send a group of tow trucks to pick up my cars and turn them into small cubes of crushed steel.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 28, 2010 11:35 am 
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JT191 wrote:
In fact, knowing my relatives, odds are that my cars would not last all the way to the point in time that it takes my body to reach room temperature, before my relatives have called the scrap yard to send a group of tow trucks to pick up my cars and turn them into small cubes of crushed steel.

omg we must have the same relatives


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 28, 2010 12:11 pm 
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I tend to think my friends/relatives would be okay with this. But they are mostly all car nuts too. :mrgreen:

Maybe I'll just have my funeral at a garage...


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matt wrote:
JT191 wrote:
In fact, knowing my relatives, odds are that my cars would not last all the way to the point in time that it takes my body to reach room temperature, before my relatives have called the scrap yard to send a group of tow trucks to pick up my cars and turn them into small cubes of crushed steel.

omg we must have the same relatives

WTF? Your relatives aren't those people in the video, I posted, of that wasted S13, are they? :lol:

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matt wrote:
JT191 wrote:
In fact, knowing my relatives, odds are that my cars would not last all the way to the point in time that it takes my body to reach room temperature, before my relatives have called the scrap yard to send a group of tow trucks to pick up my cars and turn them into small cubes of crushed steel.

omg we must have the same relatives



that is why I keep welding. Someone is in for a "j-tin" surprise.
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I am not a j-tin nut...

but if I had a ford y-block, a chevy 396, and a subaru ea81/82 on engine stands at my funeral.. would you know why?
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I would have wedding in Colt 1500 8)


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I would have wedding in Colt 1500 8)


Wouldn't a Sprinter van have a little more room? :wink:

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