We should have the Lancia Hyena car, with a hyena for the driver V:
Yep, it's different over here EU.Mopower said:O.O :OHYLK said:Older cars are weaker than newer, it has been proven and tested.
Dude... How much crack did you smoke? Maybe in Europe it's different... But in general... a 60's 70's American car used for derbying outlasts pretty much and 80's and 90's car.
Like that 64 Imperial. That'll take any full sized sedan from any year
Oh my god, the Fiat Multipla.Speedevil said:Not really the ugliest car ever made. Those are.
Okay, first of all... It rarely causes engine problems when you head on hit in a derby. Just saying, it takes a lot a lot to crack the block. In most derbies in my area, they run Radi-barrel instead of radiators. Radi barrels are generally made of steel. Unless you were to mess up the pullies on the front, which most high end derbiers have pully protectors, you generally don't want the front end to go up because the floor will hit the ground faster, and the steering components are generally more exposed then. Also, you'll break your drive shaft faster, but they make slider shafts now.HYLK said:wow u just red my reply, and answered exactly the same but with different words.. nice try tho'
And what, head on head collisions were 1 car still drives and the other get demolished. Well that can only be done hummer vs smaller car (or as it has been proven even against a tahoe). or as in derbies, all of the cars try to hit as much as possible with their rear, cos it will cos problems to the engines if they "head on banging"
However, if its just banging on a dirt track, even 80s cars make a good banger, and some 90s even. Thats why we have folkraces with smaller and medium sized 80s and 90s cars in Scandinavia.
Seems like u still living in the science fiction of games.