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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote hogfiddles Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12-January-2019 at 2:20AM
Mmm- hmmmm! Line
And, I believe that a couple of red/white Torino's heading left in the traffic line. Seem they have a fire/police/something signs painted/decaled on the driver doors

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And the green 68-69 wagon behind the 68-72 suburban on the lower left.
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This wagon must have been going more than 5 mph when it hit...if it wasn't, then the "Battering Ram" didn't work right! lol 


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The thing is back then "ALL" the cars were rolling battering rams. So when beast met beast then went 'BOOM"! If that Torino hit one of these little cracker box economy cars the Torino wins. 
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Originally posted by Dan the ranchero man Dan the ranchero man wrote:

The thing is back then "ALL" the cars were rolling battering rams. So when beast met beast then went 'BOOM"! If that Torino hit one of these little cracker box economy cars the Torino wins. 
Thumbs Up yeah these new cars are junk! plastic bumpers with nothing behind them but the thin 29 ga. metal they're made of LOL i've seen 1 or 2 that had Styrofoam back there Thumbs Down
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Hard to imagine plastic bummer cars being collected and going to car shows in 50 years. Wonder if the plastic will hold up? How would you get replacement panels? At least the metal our cars are mostly made of doesn't warp with time...just gotta watch out for rusting of course. 
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Here's a GTS stuck in traffic...

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I don't think that's a family friendly theater...Ermm
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Originally posted by Uante Uante wrote:

Hard to imagine plastic bummer cars being collected and going to car shows in 50 years. Wonder if the plastic will hold up? How would you get replacement panels? At least the metal our cars are mostly made of doesn't warp with time...just gotta watch out for rusting of course. 
oh i know! yeah doubt anyone will be doing a "frame off" resto on a Hyundai LOL as far as rusting...john delorian had the right idea there!!! (too bad the motors were a joke!)
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Originally posted by stanman stanman wrote:

I don't think that's a family friendly theater...Ermm
You noticed that too I see LOL
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There's a white Torino down front center in traffic. Might be more hiding around someplace! 


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Originally posted by stanman stanman wrote:

I don't think that's a family friendly theater...Ermm

"Naked are the cheaters" You're not kidding.
Followed by "A taste of hot lead". Maybe that's for the cheaters!
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Originally posted by Uante Uante wrote:

Hard to imagine plastic bummer cars being collected and going to car shows in 50 years. Wonder if the plastic will hold up? How would you get replacement panels? At least the metal our cars are mostly made of doesn't warp with time...just gotta watch out for rusting of course. 

Throwaway cars. Safer yes with the air bags and crumple zones. If any of the bags deploy the vehicle is totaled. None of the plastics are recycled. It's all melted and burned when vehicle is scrapped. With older vehicles much more of it can be recycled.
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