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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic' started by Car crusher, Apr 4, 2014.
The museum stated they weren't allowed to even start theirs up because of emissions but I don't think they imported it correctly or something. Been watching Aging Wheels for years, and his is road legal ofc.
@Harkin Labs Gaming posted a pic of a Trabant he found in a museum in Florida. Now, @combatwombat96 's response multiplied itself a lot.
And shit hit the fan.
So basically now I'm part of a forum meme? Yay?
I know the "best video game soundtrack" convo ended already but I'd like to add this to the list:
I imagine this is what going mad sounds like.
mrw when I see a Trabant in florida
Oops, well isn't this a big happy surprise
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What the fuck
My guess is that they had one side of the lift on the body and the other on the frame when the body wasn't terribly well attached.
So I'm in the process of designing a successor to the Vector W8 and I had this idea for a powertrain:
In the front, two transversely mounted CNG turbojet engines producing 500 hp each. These are used to charge the batteries and the thrust is directed under the chassis to provide downforce.
Behind each wheel, an electric motor with driver-adjustable output between 125 and 750 hp each (500-3000 hp total).
So powerful it will literally melt the front bumper off the car behind it
mmm, almost as bad throttle response as an earl 80s v8 with two enormous turbos and a powerglide.
The jets don't power the wheels directly, they charge the batteries and provide downforce (and possibly some thrust). At a standstill, some valves open up and direct the thrust upwards out of two vents in the hood instead of under the car - that way, you at least don't liquefy anybody's tires at a red light.
I'm just as confused as you.
Just... H O W. That takes some special skill
No special skill, just racking the car wrong. Any novice can make this mistake.
What any person who can literally SPLIT A CAR FROM THE FRAME is not a novice they a just TERRIBLE if they can manage that
Its a rookie mistake, lifting a body on frame vehicle from the pinch welds. Its one of the first things they teach you in tech school. Those who never went to a tech school, never recieved, or paid attention to training can easily make this mistake.
I almost lost a lung from laughing. Thanks for the laugh lmao.
I need the funny rating back
What you're saying is the dude who did that lifted the SUV from the wrong point?
Yes, or they were trying to remove the body from the frame and forgot a bolt.