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yep, its still on the first page of S/S, but you have more info than we have on there.. they linked to a news story that reported that the law enforcement got a call complaining about the actions so they tracked the guy down.... no mention of an ebay listing.. which makes this funnier because i wouldn't buy a car that I know was driven like that.
Oh I tell ya. What a moron. I knew he had the video out, and they'd tracked him down somehow, but without knowing anything I looked at my husband and said, "Did the douche give out his full name and address? I mean, how did they know WHO he was, how to find his car unless he did that or took a shot of the plates before getting in the car?"
Apparently it was the eBay listing got him pinched.
What really boggles the mind is there are places he could have taken that car and LEGALLY ran it top end, for a small fee. OKC isn't that far from the Ardmore drag strip track... though that one may just be a quarter mile track - it may not be set up for full top end runs.
For that matter, had he looked ahead, he could have taken to the Texas Mile and ran it out. That would take some planning and logistics work, but jeez.
I miss my Stangs.
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