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    i thought it was american cars but no, random comanies have been left out unfortunately
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    Quote Originally Posted by h00t_h00t
    No Alfas, Citroens, Peugeots, Rovers, Suzukis or Vauxhauls? Its not like they are niche manufacturers who's car never got off the ground either... but Qvale is on there?
    And the list of Renaults is rather patethic. This list is very obviously US-oriented.
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    1982 Dodge Charger 2.2 10.1 N/A

    What is that model? I couldnt find any information for that one.?

    *EDIT* oh, and why no pontiacs?
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    Thank you Matheus for your very long list of drag strip times. Much more than 5 minutes work in compiling that.

    I have always been interested in the comparitive performance of various cars and smile when I see how slow the revered classics (MGB???) really are. The E type Jaguar may be an exception.

    An (almost) affordable Corvette Z06 is as quick as the Ferrari F40, which I have always considered to be the chariot of the gods.

    I love these lists. Please post more and add fills, guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kariba
    I have always been interested in the comparitive performance of various cars and smile when I see how slow the revered classics (MGB???) really are. The E type Jaguar may be an exception.
    Welcome to UCP, and yes the "revered" classics are slow but like the MGB hardly designed for the dragstrip. It would run away from a contemporary Cadillac on any English country road....
    Pity such lists never include braking performance, because that it is where progress has really improved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4
    Welcome to UCP, and yes the "revered" classics are slow but like the MGB hardly designed for the dragstrip. It would run away from a contemporary Cadillac on any English country road....
    Pity such lists never include braking performance, because that it is where progress has really improved.
    quite! if fuel consumption and mpg could be compared we could also see some big developments.
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    Matheus,

    I've been searching for a list like this for a while to check my old Grand National against the competition. Thanks for posting it.

    By the way, for stats on current models PCN is pretty good.

    www.performancecarnews.com

    These stats are now updated weekly. I think before they were only updated twice a year.

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    my 2004 Hyundai Elantra is not the list, neither is my 1997 Acura 1.6EL

    /trolling

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    you let my car out

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    Quote Originally Posted by IH8GWB View Post
    you let my car out

    Honda Accord '87 2.0 SI
    Then you should have kept it on a lead.

    And we'll need a more specific description than that if you're expecting us to get it back for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sledgehammer View Post
    1982 Dodge Charger 2.2 10.1 N/A

    What is that model? I couldnt find any information for that one.?
    Sorry for such late reply, but I've just seen the post.

    Here you'll find info about the front wheel drive Chargers.
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    holy crap
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