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    I'm guessing whiskey for breakfast is encouraged

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    Wonder if you can save 15% on car insurance there?

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    Just a demolition derby. I guess that they are no longer common as they once were.
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    Quote Originally Posted by studegary View Post
    Just a demolition derby. I guess that they are no longer common as they once were.
    Nope, not near as common as they once were. Them fellas seem to be traveling at a far higher speed than I remember tho.
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    It's Dutch, I can't watch that kinda stuff when I see a -61 Plymouth (#116) at the begining of the film...


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    Demo Derbies are generally on open fields. These appear to be on circular tracks. I guess the purpose is to reduce the size of the vehicles going to the crusher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockne10 View Post
    Demo Derbies are generally on open fields. These appear to be on circular tracks. I guess the purpose is to reduce the size of the vehicles going to the crusher.
    I have always known of demo derbies being at oval tracks, mostly utilizing the infield.
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