Worlds Fastest Hot Tub Auto Reviews
The World’s Fastest Hot Tub
By | July 26th, 2017

There are people that just have a calling. Some want to become world-class architects, some enter medical research to cure cancer, and then there are some that just want to drive hot tubs at high speeds. This story concerns the latter. In 1999, two Canadian engineers, Phillip Weicker and Ducan Forster, took a 1969 Cadillac…

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