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It's Amazing What We See At The Office

Posted in News on April 18, 2013
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It's not every day you see a high end sports car, but here at Four Wheeler, we occasionally spot some pretty bad ass hot rods that many of our sister publications build. High end sports cars are not too rare at our office but this Ford GT has to be one of the rarest occasions ever! We were just about to finish up our day at the office when all of a sudden we heard what sounded like a large truck hitting some deep pot holes just outside our office and loosing it's freight. Our good friend Brandan, at Hot Rod Magazine decided to take a look out the window near our super luxurious cubicles and the next words out of him were, "You guy's are gonna wanna see this."  We could tell something bad had happened since he looked visibly distraught but we couldn't believe our eyes when we walked out the door and realized somebody had just sent a beautiful Ford GT into the afterlife in one fell swoop after loosing control of it and hopping the curb probably going airborne right into the tree.   We must admit, we cringed at the sight of the wrecked Ford GT. The damage was done and no amount of buffing or TV repair tools was going to fix the scars on this once great car. This isn't something that's supposed to happen to super cars. This is supposed to happen to snob powered Prius', not specimens of high speed-engineering masterpieces.  What are the odd's that a super car wipes out on one of the trees right next to the Hot Rod Magazine sign on our building.. probably less than the odds that the throttle stuck open like the driver of this car said. Driver error or not, it was a somber ending to our day at the office. 

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