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go-faster stripes

(jargon)
chrome. Mainstream in some parts of UK.
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Then this is worth a look - and you can even have it without the go-faster stripes.
Apart from its singular looks, which could not be mistaken for anything other than a Mini, my version also sported go-faster stripes, lovely inset lights and indicators, the new Union Jack rear tail-lights and, of course, the soft top, which goes down electronically in 18 seconds at speeds of up to 19mph.
Even in heavy water in the early season, when most of us would be trying out the latest coneheads with go-faster stripes and all the trendy bells and whistles of the day, he'll persevere with the same fly - and catch more fish than anybody else.
Frame designers have tackled this trend with spectacles that sport clean lines and go-faster stripes. Nike Essential Chaser, nikevision.com
Prosecutor Nicola Moore explained that in February 2014 Reece Jones, driving a "souped-up" Ford Fiesta with red "go-faster stripes", and Sean Sparkes in a VW Golf were racing each-other along Ansty Road, Coventry, late at night.
Their hatchbacks usually have things such as skirts, go-faster stripes and exhausts that sound like souped-up fog horns.
In the world of interiors, however, they mean hang on tight, baby - these go-faster stripes will take you places!
In a world already running on iPads, why humour claims that putting go-faster stripes on a Commodore 64 [the eight-bit home computer introduced in 1982] is the route to a better tomorrow?
Before you don your PE kit, the devil is in the detail - liquid metals, drawstring hems, go-faster stripes and elasticated ankles make up this look, so don't go too literal.
I always felt sorry for them, wobbling slowly about in traffic and being hooted at and shouted at by impatient morons in Ford Fiestas emblazoned with go-faster stripes. How times have changed.
For the illusion of slimmer pins, opt for trousers with go-faster stripes down the side of the leg from waistband to ankle.
"It's an Ergo," I announced, pointing at its go-faster stripes. Truly it was the Formula 1 champion of its breed.