Drag Racing my 1987 Ford Ranger Vs Chevy 1 ton 454

I won this round i think i did like about 65 mph @ 20 seconds i cant remember the exact time but its around there, and i took off my glasspack so i would be loud at the races, it was too quiet when i was doing time trials with it on. This was at woodburn drag strip at the thunder truck drags 2012

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