Extreme Parking

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Re: Extreme Parking

Postby JAY YELLOW ZUKI » Fri Oct 28, 2011 9:06 pm

We parked chris on a woody
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Re: Extreme Parking

Postby kirkynut » Sun Dec 18, 2011 9:10 pm

This is the best I could muster:


I obviously used a waffle to get up there. Thing is I also used momentum as the front left and rear right wheels were spinning up . . . . . . I didn't think about how that would affect getting down!!! Got down in the end though - just!!! Called myself a few names when I thought I was cross axled and stuck on a poxy concrete block though!!!

The rear wheel couldn't find any grip but refused to leave the ground mind!

Some local boy wacers were parked up - playing with each other / smoking the ganger or somink. Who knows! They found it a little more interesting than each other or their sh*t cars!

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Re: Extreme Parking

Postby bobtail84 » Thu Dec 22, 2011 8:35 pm

8-) Good parking spot that. :D You could always try a spot of extreme parking in the work vehicle.... :roll:
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Re: Extreme Parking

Postby woody » Fri Dec 23, 2011 7:50 pm

bobtail84 wrote:8-) Good parking spot that. :D You could always try a spot of extreme parking in the work vehicle.... :roll:

or we could park on the firms veehicle :lol:
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