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Posted 20 December 2004 - 09:44 PM
We just got 5" of snow, so I was out playing in it, and didn't watch the oversteer, so when I let off on the gas, the car caught in and steered hard left, so I snapped it back to the right...too late. I slid to the left edge of the road and down a small bank, sideways. Nice big oak tree waiting for me. I had slowed to mabe 15mph by the time I met the tree, but still got a good jolt. I had to climb out the passenger side, uphill, to asses the damage and formulate an exit strategy. Little bit of backing into the woods and couple trys at the embankment and I was back on the road. Still uglifies the wagon though.
Posted 20 December 2004 - 10:22 PM
This thread is useless without pics!! :-p
Posted 20 December 2004 - 10:28 PM
The rear doors on an ea82 wagon. They have multiple shelf like bends at the top. Now, imagine you flattened all those as well as a good bit of the flater parts of the door. That would push the window in towards the center of the car. The car was tilted sideways when it hit the verticle tree.
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