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too bad they wont make it in a diecast. i would love to get that one.
 

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because in comparison to what they have put out of Stremmes this year it has either been the wrong sponser or cancelled.
 

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well todays race just about guarantees that they wont make the car, but of corse i can still hope :)
 

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It was a sweet scheme, but it retired early, so you're right, it prolly won't get made. Another I'd like to see was kenseth's DeWalt from today's race. It was a very cool looking scheme, but it prolly won't get made either since he blew up. He was strong, but close only counts in Horse shoes, Coits and Hand Grenades....LOL!
Don't ask what Coits is, I only know it a game!
 

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FFighter_21 said:
Don't ask what Coits is, I only know it a game![/i]

The game of 'kuting' or 'coiting' with 'kuting stanes' or 'coits' were Scottish terms synonymous with 'curling' and 'curling stones' for much of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Yet it is the latter, modern words which are found in the first literary mention of the game in a work by Henry Adamson called The Muses Threnodie, or, Mirthful Mournings on the Death of Master Gall, published in 1639. Adamson had written a two-part poem in 1620 after a young merchant friend, James Gall, had died of tuberculosis. Although 'curling stones' are mentioned twice in the text, 'curling' features as one of Gall's accomplishments in Adamson's preface. This important part of the reference escaped the notice of curling historians for many years, presumably because of the scarcity of the original work.
 

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Very Good Joker, or should I say "Mr. Google", now we are all set for rthe next time we play "Trivial Persuit"....LOL!
 

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FFighter_21 said:
Another I'd like to see was kenseth's DeWalt from today's race. It was a very cool looking scheme, but it prolly won't get made either since he blew up. He was strong, but close only counts in Horse shoes, Coits and Hand Grenades....LOL!


The Kenseth car is being made by Checkered Flag Sports on their "retooled" COT car. The retooling supposedly includes a lot of the features that were not available on their original COTs, such as the braces on the front splitter and such. They are available for pre-order on several sites, including TheSundayHauler.com and MattKenseth.com

James
"Win or Lose, But Finish the Game"
 
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