I know. I just said that it's a story. Like one post above you.
Originally Posted by shuiend
I think I read somewhere that someone did the math and the problem is not that they could both fit on the wood, but that if they were both on it, it would have sank. Really it does not matter because it was a god damn fictional story.
Buoyancy. I just said that like two posts up, Lars.
What makes you think you have the skills to drift when your most effective fighting technique is blowing your self up in a public place and 1/2 the time you can't even get that right..... O wait, they drift like they fight.
Guy 7 houses down had an old Celica GT of that vintage in his yard forever. Just when I was working up courage (and money) to knock on his door it disappeared. Forever sadface. I learned to drive stick on an '83 (still RWD)...grandpa taught me to pop the clutch first night.
I had an '81 Celica ST. Completely stripped, but it had a 5 speed, full gauges, was RWD, and was nearly bulletproof. That same engine/drivetrain was in the small trucks for many years afterwards. I really liked that car.