theres a restaurant around where i live called chuck-a-burger. every saturday, all kindas of cars, mainly muscle cars, come and park in the parking lot to shoot the breeze. if you want you can go out on the 5 lane highway and run'em if you want. all in all its a good time. ran a few myself and did better than i expected. the first was a buddy of mine's 94 cobra. he just got it not to long ago and is still getting used to it. we did a 20 punch to 80 and i had him by 2 cars. the second was a 78 camaro with a 350. i had him by 1 car at 80. his limiting factor was his 3 speed automatic the third was another buddies 97 cobra. he had me by a lil over a length at 80. he still has the stock rear end gears and he would gain on me in the 5700-6700 rpm range (damn cobras) the fourth was a 98 camaro ss. i wasnt really stoked about running him but the people that knew him said he wasnt a very good driver so i knew i could get him on shifts. so we went out on the highway and started from 20. as soon as we nailed we stayed right next to each other. i scratched second and jumped ahead a fender. through second we stayed dead even. i went to hit third and my shifter bent forward like a warm stick of butter. earlier that day, i was messin with the position of my shifter to see what i liked best. i took the bottom bolt out so i could tilt it my way. tightened it down and tested it out. apparantly i never put the bolt back in and when i went to hit third, i just eneded up punching my headunit. i believe i woulda had him to 80 by a fender. its a pretty good time down there. everyone brings their cars out to show them off. theres some pretty fast stuff down there. theres a twin turbo trans am that runs 9s. several cobras and a real clean turboed fox. all kinds of old muscle cars. old camaros some road runners and even an old mach 1 showed up.