Date registered: Apr 2004
Location: Edmonton, Alberta & San Tan Valley, Arizona
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RE: My possible first car.
Modern physics teaches us that it takes less energy to make plastic go fast than it is to make real steele do the same thing, perhaps his allegations about the -Ford- ([xx(] argh, I actually said it) are true? [:D][:D] hehehe
Modern physics also teaches us that not only plastic takes less energey to go fast, it also takes far less energy to bend and transfers the remaining energy to the occupants of the unfortunate vehicle.
Steele may go slower, but I prefer plastic limited to the cosmetic coverings behind the door handles inside and the turn signal hehe - better to go fast in pure safety. There's a reason why banks put their money in metal safes and not plastic ones. Cars should be no different.
1990 560SEL - W126
-929 nautical blue metallic & 262 navy blue leather
-58,000 KM (36,200 Miles)
-Euro spec Japanese import (KAT edition)
-Complete service history since new
-5,546cc SOHC 16v V8
-285 hp@5200 rpm, 324 lb/ft@3750 rpm
-2.65 limited slip diff