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Man old cars really were made to last
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<3 his car ain't break a sweat
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    • Newer cars are meant to crumple under impact in order to keep passengers safe while older cars had a tougher and stronger frame that is meant to last
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    • Actually it’s because newer cars are meant to break apart instead of crumple causing less deaths it’s actually intended
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    • The older car occupants got their bell ROCKED. Hope they’re ok. Crumple zones in newer cars disperse the impact
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    • The car may survive but the person inside gets hurt more
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    • Yeah the car stays steady but you do not
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    • Much higher chance of internal decapitation in older cars
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    • Cars today are meant to crumple since F=MA, and A=dV/dT, so if you increase the time, you lower the force impacted on your body.
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    • But if you were in that old car you would've been mad shaken
      qRc_ 10 sep
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    • Yeah till you get in a 30mph+ accident and instead of scnoons and bruises your knees are bent backwards, you're missing an arm, your engine is lodged in your ribcage and your 1972 Ford Pinto detonated on impact with a butterfly
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    • Old cars are dangerous as fuck though. That car may look fine, but the passenger inside may have received a lot of injuries. New cars are actually meant to crumple and break to absorb impact
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    • New cars are designed to save lives. Old car were not designed to save the lives of the passengers. New car crumple to absorb the force of impact!
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    • That's also why they get 8 miles to the gallon
      zerosober 11 sep
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    • Newer cars are meant to crumple at the front. Hence the name crumple zones. They alleviate force from the driver
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    • It sucks donkey dick you have to get a new car but with the old car you would have to get new hips
      7Symbol7 10 sep
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    • The car does not turn into soup but you do
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    • The antagonist
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    • I'm so glad this app isn't full of idiots. Well, it is, but not on this topic. I tried bringing up crumple zones and how much safer modern cars are on a muscle car enthusiast group on Facefuck, and those old retards ripped my head off. "What? Stronger frame = safer, dumbass"
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    • Okay BUT, crumple zones... older cars didn’t have that, or at least it was a shittier version. Newer cars are made to crumble up when they hit stuff so that the hood and back is damaged, but the passengers remain safe.
      Darkwing2 11 sep
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    • Not dying in a new car > having to buy a new one
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    • ‘tis but a scratch
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    • aluminum < solid steel
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    • New cars are designed to save lives. Old cars are designed to save the cars.
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    • The window probably still rolls down good
      i8b4 11 sep
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    • If both cars smashed into a wall going 60 you are way less likely to die in the newer one because of crumple zones
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    • Older cars may survive an impact, their occupants may be partially liquified and experience some general bone re-arrangement though.
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    • Old cars are made to last... no shit that's why they're old cars
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    • Crumple zones save lives
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    • His car said “Hol up, wha happen? oh shit... someone wrecked.. wait they wrecked on me! Hmmm wait... Im good. Yo boss you good? This other car dont look good. Someone call the carambulance, why the car body still there 😠!
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    • They're not showing the front of the old car because it's clear that he went clear across the front of that car totaling it
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    • One barley gets a scratch while one desegregates
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    • It's just built different
      riguyyyyy 10 sep
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    • Thats because older cars were made from metal and were death traps. New cars have crumple zones to protect your life
      Azenin 10 sep
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    • Mopar or no car bitches
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    • They are made mostly out of metal and have no crumble zones sure your car is fine but you are either unconscious from shock or have a massive headache
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    • Yeah yeah crumple this crumple that blahblahblah my 85 Silverado completely demolished a 2010 impala and I drove home with a dented license plate. Modern cars are as soft as your moisturized hands.
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    • He also probably fucking died
      FRolfie 10 sep
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    • Tuesday had an 18wheeler clip me, car took the brunt to the point if you saw a picture, then looked at my injuries, you'd thought I'd be bluffing
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    • And it's totalled
      Rixxter66 10 sep
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    • Yall could drive that fucker into Detroit and the fucker would not even be damaged
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    • Well, it's a Dodge. Probably did the guy a favor.
      MrSwerve 10 sep
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    • Funny how the old guy is laughing his ass off in the background
      CapSlaps 11 sep
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    • They don't make them like they used to
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    • Yeah thank God you took that impact so that car could live through the accident
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    • Old cars made from thicc metals but this meant their gas mileage was the worst. We're talking 10 mpg. Nowadays their built from plastics design to be light and break on impacts to protect the people inside. This is why most are able to get replacement parts for sections of the outside.
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    • I have a 93 gmc and so many people has ran into it and only when it’s parked for some reason. I ain’t even worried about it, the damn thing is a box of steel.
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    • Something something made for impact something crumble
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    • I've also seen pictures of this kind of crash, same spot struck, with the new car fine and the older car fucked up
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    • Only thing that broke was the antenna
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    • Not the 392........ 😖
      Kemurri 10 sep
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    • The challenger has been challenged
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    • The front of a car is supposed to crumple, not the side
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    • Ohmyfuckin god, we know why the new cars crumble like that and why the old ones don't, y'all can stop commenting now
      Swigit 11 sep
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    • This is a fucking bad design, kinetic force transfers, it’s physics, if the car doesn’t absorb it then it transfer to anything inside, which is you. You’re goi to break your bones inside that car if you crash.
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    • Life Lessons 101: Metal over Plastic. Whiskey over Beer. Real over Fake.
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    • Actually they aren’t. There’s videos on YouTube of them testing this. In the one I saw, this 2009 Malibu kills the driver of the old car with ease. Both cars are totaled still but the inside of the Malibu is totally fine. The other car is a 1959 bel air
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    • PorkSword 10 sep
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    • Plastic vs Metal
      Raptor081 10 sep
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    • Crumple zones dawg
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    • Dont care what you say, Chevy corvair had the best crumple zone.
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    • Yes becuase it was made with thicker metal and made to last, not made to cut coste
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    • "you hit like a bitch"
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    • Is that a new yorker? It looks like the shitmobile from TPB
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    • Newer model cars are made to crumple in order to minimize damage to the passengers and driver. Older cars where just “hey lets make a steel BOX and hope nobody gets in an accident”
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    • You know what car is better than both of those
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    • It’s a crumple zone, absorbs the impact to protect you
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    • It’s a brick, it ain’t built for speed and never was
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    • The front of the car is made of plastic so it'll crumple up when you hit someone while the side isn't cause then you'd harm the people in the car
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    • Ya but mostly your getting fucked without the crumpling of the front to cushion the force.
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    • The equation for force on occupants is exponentially reduced when length is shortened (more crumble = more safe).
      Dirty_Kat 13 sep
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    • His car are not break a sweat.. huh.
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    • My grandma belongs to an old baptist church (we no longer agree with its values but she was saved there when it was still good) . When I say old, I mean an ex-slave was saved in that church. (Slave when she went but stayed after the war). Talking built with rock, not bricks, ROCKS. (1/2)
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    • They save you from dying.
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    • That’s why I like old cars/trucks (mainly 60’s-early 80’s) they’re built well, parts are cheap and most of the time interchangeable, easy to work on. For ex. my 76 dodge d100 has the exact same drivetrain a 1970 challenger has. 318(lower model challenger) 1/2
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    • How tf did the antenna of the old car get in that position tho?
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    • But it did break his neck
      Hybrid78 10 sep
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    • I know he’s sick that he just smashed his 60k dollar car into a 500 box Chevy
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      Score 10 sep
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    • Fake its reversed
      riguyyyyy 10 sep
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    • He got dents that now he can’t fix because they don’t make those parts anymore
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    • This tweeter is a dumbass, new cars have CRUMPE ZONES
      Audi_R8 10 sep
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    • And lets say the old one drives off. Outside, it looks "fine", but on the inside there might be a shit ton of structural damage that could end up fucking you over 30 miles down the road
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    • Thats what I think about the cybertruck. Sure its supposed to be super tough but how well does it crumple. If it hits a wall and doesn't crumple it could hurt the occupants. If it hits a car the other car with get demolished putting other cars in danger
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    • A guy ran into the side of my 81 custome deluxe and I couldn't tell where he hit me. I could have filled my truck bed with the parts he had on the street.
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    • Frame is probably bent a little. It's always the frame.
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    • ThEy Don'T mAkE eM LiKe tHeY USed tO
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    • yeah but it also can’t break 60
      m_2015 10 sep
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    • It's a dodge, go figure. Cutlass was like "what happened now?"
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    • New cars protect the passenger old cars protect themselves but the transfer of energy from a rigid car does hurt more with less vehicle damage
      nic_l 10 sep
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    • That car hit in the front not the side
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    • looks like an early 90s caddy deville
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    • for those dont get it the two cars got in a reck and the newer car has alot damage from the reck and the older car duesnt have any damage like so people can see
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    • Thats crazy. Almost like the new car is made to safely crumple to a certain extent under impact so people do get impaled on metal parts.
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    • We can’t see the front of the old car. It looks like the old car turned in front of the new car and took the front end off. Look up 64 Malibu Vs modern Malibu
      Arkdiablo 10 sep
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    • Mainly cus now adays cars are all carbon fiber with metal here and their but older cars were like literally all metal
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    • Cuz now cars have “crumple zones” to “absorb impact.” Which is a bs marketing form of saying “we made half your car out of fiberglass instead of steel to save money and are trying to pass it off as an advantage”.
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    • Built to last am I right...
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