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1350hp +NOS `65 Plymouth Valiant 1/4mile drag race

Kalle Mannerkoski`s 1350hp +NOS 1965 Plymouth Valiant 1/4mile drag race 1/4mile: 10,62sec@233km/h Personal record: 7,9sec@402m


 


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