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Old 02-09-2008, 04:00 PM
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Not as bad as the Aerostar I saw up by Saginaw when I was with my Mom visiting her friend, but just as bad.

How could you even drive something that rusty?
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Beats mine
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A to B, my freind. sometimes thats all you can afford. sometimes thats all you need, or want.
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Originally Posted by Darrel
to me that would be an awesome beater car. it just screams "Hit me, I DARE YOU!"
very true.

and it would be the case where the rule of "bigger car has the right of way", doesnt apply when your car is that ugly
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I wouldn't want to be inside if anyone did hit that thing. Looks like it might just fold up and break apart if a seagull flew into it.
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Originally Posted by JMH1950
I wouldn't want to be inside if anyone did hit that thing. Looks like it might just fold up and break apart if a seagull flew into it.
I wouldn't want to be inside it if someone breathed on it wrong
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It'd be pretty nice in the summertime, having the wind in your hair....with the windows up!

Not the worst I've seen. There was a Bronco a friend owned that stood a decent chance of not stopping a thrown baseball. When he junked it, I was kind of surprised they paid him full price, it was missing so much metal.
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Originally Posted by jr's3800
I wonder what the subframe looks like
I agree...I know of two oldsmobiles where the subframes gave out long before the body looked like that.
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