Austin Coop
Coop1930
10/9/14
10:37 AM
7

DOT bumpers are still pretty high. You rearend a trailer in your Civic (slammed or not) you're still gonna die. There is no give in that steel. I've seen totalled cars that hit that thing and the trailer doesn't have anything but paint transfer on it. Read more

8/13/14
8:23 AM
8

So what are the rules on bringing a non-US spec car to the US just to drive it through?

5/18/14
3:03 PM
1

Heres your next article to write the Malaise car era a era to forget. Its gonna be an easy article for you, you just have take out the the Vette and Bravada and just talk most trash about GM. Ill also take a 25% off the top finders fee for your talents. Kthnksby!

5/18/14
1:21 PM
3

This actual car is still alive and sitting in Dayton, Ohio. It now spends its days sitting inside a college. I once asked the question, "WTF is a beretta doing here." I was told it was the only example left, and it wouldn't pass any government safety tests.

4/27/14
1:46 PM
1

"The same church group has harshly labeled her as, "The Sea Witch of Old Orchard Beach," and claims she uses the car to cast death spells."

4/27/14
1:23 PM
26

Even those that read articles on this car die in a horrible way ... I have said too much!

4/7/14
4:19 PM
1

So that's what my boss is doing out in the parking lot most days...

4/4/14
5:27 AM
7

Aha! Looks like the Harvard Law Blog put this update out a few days after I originally posted this story over at Roadtrippers, and Gawker picked it up shortly thereafter. Had I known, I'd have included the news about the "flayed-flesh" book!

Oh well, we'll always have the flesh books at the Mutter Museum.

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4/1/14
4:52 PM
2

"While tragic, and after seeing it in person we do mean tragic, the sinkhole has created more buzz and news for the National Corvette Museum than ever before. Maybe, just maybe, all these people trying to rubberneck at the giant hole in the ground will catch a little Corvette Fever." Read more