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I have missed a couple of FTF:s because of too slow vehicle or a too long trip. I decided to do something about it and took my full restored musclecar out of garage.
My vehicle's identification number is JS23L0B615141. However, the megalomaniac as I am, I installed the biggest engine wich was manufactured that same year for my car.
Motorswap went to the extreme when I bought a sixpack and I started screwing engine with my friends in its place ...
Otherwise, I will try to keep it original: Transmission standard TF, plus shift kit. 8 3/4 Rear-end with spool and 2,76:1 differential. Wheels are original Rallye wheels, but with the new Good/ Year E60/15 Polyglass tires.
This classic super car you would think that it get a new record time to a new published cache, would'n it?
How much horsepower (X) , and how fast it runs, kilometers in hour (Y)?
One night I decided to find it out in the boguscoordinates. I drove slowly with the idle from the gate number 1 to the front end of the runway and stopped at the centerline.
I sayd to myself: "Tighten your seat belt, you never had a trip like this before."
Then I pushed slightly with the left foot to the left pedal. At the same time stretch my right ankle. Soon the interior was full of bitter smell of burning rubber. I Released the left pedal and I kicked the right pedal on the floor. About in 15 seconds the gauge went to the red area and big block machine was roaring 5200 rpm.
Then I was the vanishing point at the horizon...
E EEE= 2xY+7498
Cache is: 61 51 NNN 24 4E EEE
Start your engine
Arire zvaq gur ebyyvat- naq nve erfvfgnapr
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum