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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by kazlx, Jul 10, 2012.
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gotta do what you gotta do man
That does seem redundant.
Nader says what?
The missing floor board makes for easy pit stops....
I heard that the GM trucks with "saddle bags" gas tanks were much more of a hazard and involved in far more fires than the Pinto.
The number is 20 times as many deaths as the Pinto.
And here comes Woodsguy to ruin another thread with his Debbie Downer, super-serious mode!
My '66 had saddle tanks AND a cab mounted tank when I first bought it. When I am done, it will have a Pinto style rear mounted tank.
It appears that it was safe since he moved the gas tank to the front seat.
Who needs a fuel tank when you can flintstone it?
During the latter days of its life, my 1969 Bronco had an outboard tank on the passenger side for a fuel tank. The officer simply does not understand proper shade tree standards.
If the driver hits something, the can will pop and then he is sitting in the middle of a thermobaric weapon.
Apparently Syadasti called in sick today.
I like that he bothered to spend the money on proper fuel line and clamps and then proceeded to slam the hood on the hose and wire the pump up with wire nuts. Seem legit.
Needs moar duct tape, that would have made it safer.
The ultimate sleeper right there. The roll cage is almost impossible to see!
No, thats for the Fred Flintstone starts & stops!