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Old 01-17-2008, 11:01 PM   #11
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yeah, I saw a park avenue like that before....it was actually a LITTLE worse. the driver door was TOUCHING the center console.

blood everywhere, right door pried open....(yeah, even the RIGHT side was affected from impact., whole car basically twisted from the center)
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Old 01-17-2008, 11:02 PM   #12
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Dunno about 2k'*, Shiek Abdullah Akhbar. I only asked about 92-95'*, cuz the interior color changed in 96.

We can find out closer to the 8th what they got in the 2k range.
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I'm spying the wheels... Who knows, I like to have spare parts!
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... Funny thing is it has the white aero-lite wheels, but the WS was painted as a 93. I didn't check the door jamb for confirmation....
Is this uncommon? My '93 has white aerolites.

Your interior color is tan, isn't it? Too bad. I still have all the trim panels on my wreck with the exception of the driver'* door panel, but all in grey.
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... Funny thing is it has the white aero-lite wheels, but the WS was painted as a 93. I didn't check the door jamb for confirmation....
Is this uncommon? My '93 has white aerolites.

Your interior color is tan, isn't it? Too bad. I still have all the trim panels on my wreck with the exception of the driver'* door panel, but all in grey.
Stan, this is for my 95, which is gray.
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Wow, that is ugly!!
Thats one hard friggin hit to cause that much damage
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Jaws of life would be unnecessary for passenger removal. Both driver'* side doors work great.
Actually, unless the passenger was unhurt (VERY unlikely) or got out before the paramedics got there, the roof would have been cut off the car. To immobilize the spine, they would have taken the roof to get room for the KED, or laid the passenger seat all the way back to get a backboard in.

Either way, it'* a pretty safe assumption that there was no passenger.

The trunk hinges could have told you if it was a 92 or 93 as well, as the 92'* had round and the 93+ had square. Or the bolts holding the fenders and headlight buckets on. 92 had torx screws and 93+ had 10mm bolts. 92'* had a color code and ID plate on the radiator support as well that other years didn't.
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Steering wheel says 93.
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... Funny thing is it has the white aero-lite wheels, but the WS was painted as a 93. I didn't check the door jamb for confirmation....
Is this uncommon? My '93 has white aerolites.

Your interior color is tan, isn't it? Too bad. I still have all the trim panels on my wreck with the exception of the driver'* door panel, but all in grey.
Stan, this is for my 95, which is gray.
Tell me exactly what you need and it'* yours. Of course, it'll take me some time to get it - I have to go all the way to my backyard...
If the panels off the 93 will fit your 95, anyway...I wouldn't know.
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That'* A LOT of passenger compartment intrusion.

Would've been some nasty lower body injuries from that..

And with Jimmy, definitely would've needed the Jaws to get any passenger out. Their legs would've been crushed from the door.
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