SCORE Baja 2000 ***ViDeO***

Jorge Rodriguez

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[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QU0RLeWIWAg"]YouTube - TECATE SCORE 2000[/ame]
 

Dezertpilot

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That was a deep hole!!!
 

BenStock

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Good stuff.

Ironman went Chuck Norris on the pit and barely noticed it there.

Truggy went A-Team and peppered the crowd.
 

ksmith

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Good stuff.

Ironman went Chuck Norris on the pit and barely noticed it there.

Truggy went A-Team and peppered the crowd.
Yea and in typical Robby fashion always on the gas:D Why slow down for the pit when you can fly over it
 

Chase 2

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Good times, racing against the Duralast Ford and Ivan's Yota. Nothing in TT has sounded like the I-6 powered Trailblezers.
 

Jorge Rodriguez

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Interesting to see that the Riviera TT and the Truggy were out back then, and were still out recently being extremely competitive!
also, RG's truck is the now Coyne TT that was very competitive in Laughlin earlier this year...:cool:
 

jo maoma

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what truck was that after the second trailblazer.....
 

trent06

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Good times, racing against the Duralast Ford and Ivan's Yota. Nothing in TT has sounded like the I-6 powered Trailblezers.
I have to agree with you the sound of the trailblazers was awesome, but for me nothing could ever quite sound as good as the Ashley/Smith Duralast truck!!!:rolleyes::eek:

I believe that was Dick Sasser in a Don-A-vee Jeep
I was going to say the same...
 

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I will always regret not making it to that historical race. Almost ten years and the TT's still look and sound the same. In another ten years I'm sure those Robby Gordon built TT"s will still be competitive.
 

Ozzie M

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I will always regret not making it to that historical race. Almost ten years and the TT's still look and sound the same. In another ten years I'm sure those Robby Gordon built TT"s will still be competitive.
I agree, and who ever buys andys old one is going to be competitive
 
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