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Ryan Ballard 10-14-01 Advanced Composition How To Steal a Car Have you ever wanted to accelerate from zero to sixty miles per hour in less than five seconds Or just go cruising in a high priced luxury car This can be achieved through the art of stealing cars Although stealing cars is a very risky business it can fulfill a life long dream of driving a cool car or simply be a way of transportation Stealing cars is a very complicated task that takes a great deal of preparation practice and concentration The first step in stealing a car is finding a car that is suitable to steal This step involves mostly personal interests The car can be a new one or a classic car The car should have one of the following trademarks European design American muscle or Japanese speed One example of a nicely designed European car would be the Lotus Esprit V8 The 1978 Ford Mustang Fastback is an excellent example of one of the storied American muscle cars The speedy Japanese made Honda S2000 has the fastest zero to sixty miles per hour time of any Japanese production car made in 2000 or 2001 Before the car is stolen a good reason for stealing the car should be provided It can be for ones own pleasure or because one was hired and paid to steal one or more cars Before the actual stealing of the car the right tools must be acquired in order to get in and start the ignition To get in the car a twenty-four inch aluminum shop ruler is needed This ruler can typically be found in any office or art supply store To get the ignition started a flathead screwdriver a half inch square ratchet and a hard-to-find socket wrench-like tool is needed Officially it is called the GM Force tool Only Briggs and Stratton a company that makes locksets for cars manufacture
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