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£200,000 Lamborghini from Gone-in-60 seconds by no2pencil
Started on: 09-28-2015 11:14 AM
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Report this Post09-28-2015 11:14 AM Click Here to See the Profile for no2pencilClick Here to Email no2pencilSend a Private Message to no2pencilEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Arn't those the cars that catch on fire all the time?

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The problem is everybody thinks ALL mid-engine cars will ultimately catch on fire and that front-engined is "safer" - as if NO front-engined car has ever caught fire!!

I guess they are ignorant of the fact that ANY engine leaking gas, oil or other fluids onto exhaust parts or electrical shorts will do just that!

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Ford has recalled several vehicles for fires as well...
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You don't see Japanese vehicles catching on fire as much as the other makes. Not that it doesn't happen but rare. Watched a iron duke fiero burn to the ground in 1990. Blackest smoke you've ever seen. Must be the panels.
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Buff right out.
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More Mustangs caught on fire than Fieros during that time frame
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You don't see Japanese vehicles catching on fire as much as the other makes. Not that it doesn't happen but rare. Watched a iron duke fiero burn to the ground in 1990. Blackest smoke you've ever seen. Must be the panels.


Nah, they just accelerate by themselves and the airbags don't work properly.

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Fire recalls - not just the Fiero...
Remember the slogan “have you driven a Ford lately?”
http://www.mnn.com/green-te...amous-explosive-cars

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