That's what you get when you let a train give you a push start.
Looks to be a 1914 or what's left of it.
Yup, that wrecked it~
Parts are where you find them.
I could restore that. Actually, I would like to. Most of it is probably in better condition than what is in one of my project piles.
I would wonder, though, if anyone was killed in that wreck?
Do drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
Wayne, i always wondered about explosions and fires..considering the fact that we sit right on the gas tank.
John P N,
I never worry about the gasoline tank location. Leaks I might worry about (especially inside the garage, water heaters can ignite fumes). Many, many, millions of cars and trucks had gasoline tanks located under seats, behind seats, inside truck cabs. Billions of miles driven. Very rarely have they exploded. Except in Hollywood.
Gasoline is not very dangerous(?). Gasoline vapor mixed with air is.
So, do drive carefully, and enjoy, (and be careful about leaks in storage!). W2
I don't know about explosions, fires or deaths, but I sure would liked to own stock in the clean underwear concessions...
As for the train push starting it, I don't remember which comic said it," ..alright honey, you use your car and push me to 30 mph, when I looked up she was coming at me at 30 mph..."
One thing about having the fuel tank under the seat is it enforces safety by design... everyone out of the car while I re-fuel! They all get out because no one wants to smell the gas.
Ran when parked.!!
Or tried to run. Didn't make it.
The train won!
The Model T lost.