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Why I love stock derbies
Topic Started: Nov 6 2017, 09:33 PM (187 Views)
JeepXJLover
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Minivan
The cars fold up easily, making winning a challenge unlike the highly modified cars. Also I have never seen a Taurus last that long before.


https://youtu.be/js1eP3HLiao
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craftymore
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Support your local demo derby.

I think the same channel or another one based out of Canada showed a 2nd gen Taurus wagon with the rear bumper ended up under the rear axle. They seriously need a spreader bar or some sorta basic 4 point cage. 25 years ago most full size cars were built pretty similar to how most of those were built albeit they may have had vertical exhaust headers. Most of my local shows have added stock midsize and full size classes and often out number mod cars by 2 to 1.
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W_Body_Geek
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Hah! I knew who's channel it was before I clicked! That channel has some good videos. I'm surprised at how well the Grand Ams do as well.
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