Username: Skid
Ricecop Account Number: 82
Joined On: Dec 06, 2001
Status: Regular User
Real Name: John Douglas DeWitt
Email: skidmark_84@yahoo.com
Location: Meridian, Mississippi
Car you drive: 2017 Hyundai Elantra Sport, 1996 Mazda Miata
Favorite Link: http://murkydepth.blogspot.com
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Other info: Current Vehicles:
My Elantra: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=97092
My Miata project: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=89894

Personal Info:
My blog, as listed above, is murkydepth.blogspot.com . I may resume
updating it someday, when my creative writing muse returns and I have time
to sort out the goofy format.

YouTube: http://youtube.com/user/RadialSkid
DeviantArt: http://radialskid.deviantart.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/john.dewitt.71

I'm not on Facebook very often, but any regs here feel free to
follow/add me. My DeviantArt and especially YouTube accounts will be fairly
active.

Last 10 comments by Skid

Comment for image #51131 6-19-2019 @ 09:20:08 PM
Posted By: Skid  
Were they? I don't remember ever really hearing anything about them, reliability-wise, though I certainly don't see many of Chargers of this era anymore.

Comment for image #41906 6-19-2019 @ 12:06:06 AM
Posted By: Skid  
AKA water doggos.

Comment for image #49234 6-16-2019 @ 04:20:07 PM
Posted By: Skid  
Don't forget the Ram heavy duty V10, used throughout the '90s, which was just a detuned iron block version of the same engine, though significantly more were made.

Comment for image #61100 6-13-2019 @ 10:34:13 PM
Posted By: Skid  
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uekPw_egDqY <- The thumbnail is also a great shot of the moment of impact.

A small shot of the damage to the Challenger is on this page: http://musclecarfilms.com/Indy_Car_1971.html

Comment for image #97209 6-11-2019 @ 05:12:52 PM
Posted By: Skid  
Ferraris? Porsches? 1950s pickup trucks? The only Buick is a GNX? No AMCs or R2/R3 Studebakers? The whole collection just seems to lack focus. And how many 1969 Camaros does one museum need?

Granted, they do have an interesting variety of muscle-era Fords and Mercuries. Nice to see Cyclones well-represented.

Comment for image #97209 6-10-2019 @ 01:48:56 PM
Posted By: Skid  
Way too many Ford GTs for anything labeling itself a "muscle car museum."

Comment for image #36071 6-08-2019 @ 09:59:05 PM
Posted By: Skid  
Narrow track-width....this is a Canadian Pontiac, specifically a 1964 Parisienne Safari. Not surprising, since most overseas markets got their new American cars from Canada.

Comment for image #97206 6-07-2019 @ 08:29:46 PM
Posted By: Skid  
Fitted with pre-1977 chrome mirrors. Oddly enough, not the first time I've seen that on a '77.

Comment for image #50970 6-02-2019 @ 08:58:59 PM
Posted By: Skid  
Haven't thought about it, but I haven't seen one in a long time. Normal ride height with 20"s is more common now.

Comment for image #80159 6-02-2019 @ 03:47:19 PM
Posted By: Skid  
I seldom see them anymore, and when I do they're on used car lots for $5-8k





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