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Re: The Good Old Days

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12-21-2012 15:10:07

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Good 'ol days?

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12-22-2012 04:21:42

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 Re: The Good Old Days in reply to twostepn2001, 12-21-2012 15:10:07  
But did you see all the rust dust in the old one? As far as I can see the rust weakend the old one.


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 Re: The Good Old Days in reply to S2710, 12-22-2012 04:21:42  
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I doubt the rust had much to do with it though.
Don't be mislead by that video into thinking those results would be typical of all old cars. The '59 Bel Air was chosen for the demonstration because it had an X frame. Google images of 1959 Chevy frames and it's easy to see why the car was so badly damaged. Clearly the '59 Chevy wasn't the safest car around. Not even in it's day. The makers of the video clearly had an agenda or they would have used a safer vintage car like a Ford that had a perimeter frame. It's a shame they destroyed such a nice car to further their agenda.

Reminds me of an old saying. Don't believe anything you hear, and only half of what you see.

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