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OK, you asked.

I managed to sit through four of these before practically putting a gun in my mouth. The production value is definitely better than most but they contain absolutely nothing of interest to me. There are plenty of places on the web to watch 'American Muscle' drag race or to admire the handiwork of the 'import touring/tuning' scene. This is a 'sports car' site. Neither of those two catagories involve 'sports cars'. Oh, wait... I think I saw a Viper in one. I guess that's supposed to be a sports car.

This is not a flame. I am an old fart. Like I said, the production is great! I don't speak for everyone, but the content was B--O--R--I--N--G............

Good job.

steve77

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Originally posted by Zvoiture

OK, you asked.

I managed to sit through four of these before practically putting a gun in my mouth. The production value is definitely better than most but they contain absolutely nothing of interest to me. There are plenty of places on the web to watch 'American Muscle' drag race or to admire the handiwork of the 'import touring/tuning' scene. This is a 'sports car' site. Neither of those two catagories involve 'sports cars'. Oh, wait... I think I saw a Viper in one. I guess that's supposed to be a sports car.

This is not a flame. I am an old fart. Like I said, the production is great! I don't speak for everyone, but the content was B--O--R--I--N--G............

Good job.

steve77

Thanks, I think...

Boring? That's a first. I'll agree to that on the Tullinge video, as its

pretty much car after car going in a straight line. But the others?

Besides the Cityrace one, I can't say any of the videos are boring

since even my grandmother can bare to watch them without

falling asleep. Hell, even some girls like em ;)

The part where you say that you can find 'american muscle'

fighting it out on the streets, yeah well...um, where?

I have yet to see - a a 700hp car running 20" M/T slicks, shooting 200 hp of NOS - racing in the STREETS in any other

video than the ones covering these races.

Originally posted by nutxo

i dont have a cap but it just sits and says connecting for me. yes, i do have divx installed, spyware and all

Yeah well, if you just CLICK it - and not rightclicking and SAVING

the movies, the divX will LOAD entirely (Which is the size of the

entire video - average ~40 mb) and yeah, That's gonna take

quite some time...

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I have a copy of that video that I saved from a few years back. He really holds his own against that Porsche. And having had the chance to try and follow a few 911's around a track in my 240, I know how hard that can be.

I must say, his last comment at the end expresses all....

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Originally posted by Zvoiture

OK, mull, I feel so bad about being hard on your content I felt I needed to show you what REAL 'sports car' content looks like. Here you go, but cover your ears at the end.

'supposed' sports car VS. sports car

steve77

Hahahah, Yeah, I've seen that video - long time ago...

Still as fun to watch :=)

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Originally posted by Birkl

Hi Mull, and others!!!

Fun to see someone else from Sweden here!!!

Are you planning too buy a Z-car?

/Birkl in Östersund Sweden

Yeah, the plan is to get a 73' 240Z and put some fun

stuff in it, like 2 more cylinders and stuff like that ;)

Originally posted by NickF

The DVD of the 350Z racing on the streets of Prague was great.

Theres some production value.

Not a cheap exercise.

Nick

So all amateurs are supposed to go f*ck themselves?

See my avatar for my opinion on your statement...

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Sounds fun!!

Keep on filming mull. I can understand why some of you is negative to mulls movies. You dont know anything about the cars on the movies or the events in sweden, I do.... For me its pictures to something i only heard about = fun... So keep on working!

Great movies!

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Originally posted by mull

Yeah, the plan is to get a 73' 240Z and put some fun

stuff in it, like 2 more cylinders and stuff like that ;)

:devious: :devious:

I met mull while he was here in Sydney a few months ago and spent a bit of time with him. He has a passion for what he does and if he comes off a bit defensive it's because it's close to his heart. To have it called a cheap exercise is like calling a kid he's useless for trying a new sport. Keep at it Sven, you've got one fan right here.

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Originally posted by NickF

What I said was that the "The Run" , the Nissan DVD for the 350 Was not a cheap exercise.

Was not comparing it to the Stockholm video

Nick

Yeah, well it was kinda hard not to put that comment and my

movies together when you almost put them in the same scentence. Sorry If I came out a bit defensive there. I put in

alot of time on editing these videos and I don't like people insinuating

that I'm some newbie putting together some crap video in Microsoft Movie maker...

Originally posted by That Ozzy Guy

:devious: :devious:

I met mull while he was here in Sydney a few months ago and spent a bit of time with him. He has a passion for what he does and if he comes off a bit defensive it's because it's close to his heart. To have it called a cheap exercise is like calling a kid he's useless for trying a new sport. Keep at it Sven, you've got one fan right here.

Yeah, thanks Georgie ;)

I got a couple of thousand fans here in Sweden, so I'm not all

that worried. I'll try getting the video on your car on the web

some day too - maybe seeing a V8 240z will pour some honey

on the ones whining about content and excersice this and that.

And it's Philip, damn you... I'll have Lawrence hump you from behind

if you keep it up ;)

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