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Old 2nd June 2005, 10:33   #1
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clicked it on my way to LaGuardia (NY) airport..

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Old 2nd June 2005, 21:40   #2
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Thats a Grinnal Scorpion, awesome car.
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Looks on 3 wheels but superb none the less

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nope, although it looks like the grinnall scorpion, it is a T-rex. saw it on MTV cribs once (i think ja rule has one)
here is the website: www.go-t-rex.com
it has a 0-60 time of 4.1seconds(claimed)
and a price of around $50000
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Oh, I didnt know about this T-rex. Thanks, Chittibells.
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whoaa... this looks like a "reversed" autorickshaw

it might be useful for easy city driving, i guess. not too sure.
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Thats a Grinnal Scorpion, awesome car.
a friend of mine used to build the frames for the car. He borrowed one and took me for a ride...in the wet - it is awesome and it holds the road really well. Company not doing much - they never expanded properly - everything was in a converted farm
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