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Posted By: Robert Bolin
Posted On: Saturday August 10, 2019 at 2:09 PM
 
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Most crash testing is front, oblique, and side. Not much rear end.

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On this day in automotive history. by Michael Rodriguez #43604
Good read. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #43604.1
Thanks, Michael. (EOM) by Terry Daly #43604.2
Sickening callous indifference. Its always about the money first...humans second. by Jack Dodds #43604.3
Even back then I would have assumed that crash testing would have revealed this fault. It is by Jack Dodds #43604.4
Most crash testing is front, oblique, and side. Not much rear end. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #43604.4.1
Are you sure? You would think that would be mandatory given such frequency. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #43604.4.1.1
We had a 72 Pinto Squire 4 cylinder automatic that couldn't get out of it's own way. by Bob Jackman #43604.4.2
I had a '75, my commuter car, purchased new. It was really a nice by David Holcombe #43604.4.3




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