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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-10-2010, 06:41 AM Thread Starter
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"Sudden Death" actual vintage articles!

The first story is from the Hot Rod Street Machine issue from 1977. The second story is from Mustang spring of '84.





















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Re: "Sudden Death" actual vintage articles!

You want some old ones, how about an article on the Indy 500 showing the STP turbos?
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I wonder if that kick-ass satin jacket is still available for order. LOL.

Neat old school articles.

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I always like to read the old articles. The tech articles sometimes never change.
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I remember seeing an article on that "Sudden Death". It was pretty impressive what they did.
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Reading the old car magazines is so cool. I actually like them more than the new ones. The old ones had the PAW ad in them and some advertisers in back. Very clean and to the point. Today, so many ads and articles and stories that seem so repetetive. And where else would you see a Pro Streeted '71 to '73 Cougar?
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