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"And as you can see, folks, the 1911 Cadillac Model 30 holds up to the Model T. THAT is the mark of excellence!"

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Alfred's home-built micro car was completely destroyed when sandwiched between a Cadillac and a Ford.

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From the look of that steering wheel and column, one would have to believe this was almost certainly a fatality.

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Well atleast they tidied up a bit for the photo first.  There is a broom against the Caddies back fender and you can see the neatly swept up area around the carnage.

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"Parts car for sale at a great price (what do you think it's worth).  Has a little damage on the passenger side, sorry no pics" 

Signed: Nick

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"Prototype testing for the original concept for the Owens Magnetic had one minor flaw..."

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On 10/30/2018 at 2:22 PM, Brass is Best said:

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Spicoli: " Relax, all right? My old man is a television repairman, he's got this ultimate set of tools. I can fix it. " Fast Times at Ridgemount High"

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It was the sequel to the hit song “The Love Story of the Packard and the Ford” titled “The break Up of the Cadillac and Lizzie”

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On ‎10‎/‎30‎/‎2018 at 3:22 PM, Brass is Best said:

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On ‎2‎/‎12‎/‎2019 at 1:44 PM, Mark Wetherbee said:

It was the sequel to the hit song “The Love Story of the Packard and the Ford” titled “The break Up of the Cadillac and Lizzie”

What do you mean, you've only got rear wheel brakes?

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On 11/8/2018 at 3:50 AM, GregLaR said:

From the look of that steering wheel and column, one would have to believe this was almost certainly a fatality.

And just imagine that plate glass windshield being shattered and turning into shrapnel. 

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This accident took place in Vancouver, BC. At the time there was nothing but empty fields around it. Today it's right in the heart of town. No empty land anywhere. You have to wonder how this accident could have happened.

Ken

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On 3/10/2019 at 5:59 PM, KLF said:

You have to wonder how this accident could have happened.

LoL. It is often someone not paying attention. In those days there may have been a higher chance of a mechanical failure that there is today.

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