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Nashville Adventure Science Center by R Runner
Started on: 12-12-2015 07:41 PM
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Last post by: davylong86 on 12-13-2015 09:30 AM
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This may have been posted and I missed it. I did a search too.

I found this gem in the one of the "experiments" at the Adventure Science Center in Nashville, TN. It was a giant lever arm to lift a car. Not just any car..... A 2M4 !!!!!

I tried to get the VIN but the windshield was blacked out. Who else knew about this?





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It probably crushed the coolant tubes.
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Wow! We're looking at buying a second home south of Nashville - glad to see they have good taste in what cars to put in museums!
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Originally posted by sardonyx247:

It probably crushed the coolant tubes.


HA! I was thinking the same thing. I almost posted that in the original post. That is funny...

I'm wondering how long it has been there. That site opened around 1974, so there is no telling when that exibit was built.


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Sure is a clean 84, would like to get some parts off of it beings there not driving it. Minus the crushed coolant pipes of course.
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