- n. Plural form of gearhead.
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“Pilots Tom Wilkinson, left, and Nick Rupert will welcome "gearheads" at the Vinton County Airport on June 28 for a drag-racing fundraiser for operating expenses.”
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“Just like high school, the cool people – the girls – who dated the jocks would not date the gearheads like me unless I had say .. a new vette this achieving a higher social standing or points result.”
“I've sat through gearheads waxing poetic on everything from the perfect software forÂdubstep wobbles to how no digital compressor will ever sound as good as a classic LA-2A, andÂparticipated in these discussions, too.”
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“First, because the 911 has been around since 1963, there are generations of gearheads who became imprinted like ducklings on the 911's of their youth.”
“Porsche Reasons for this include the generations of gearheads who became imprinted like ducklings on the 911's of their youth, drivers seeking reflected glory buying a 911 like the one Steve McQueen drove at the beginning of "Le Mans", and the fact that "sports cars are sensual things, and the older cars are, well, more sensual," says Mr. Neil.”
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