This happened a few weeks ago in the Netherlands. Bummer, but it should be an easy fix. Video after the jump!
Apparently no one was injured. Not sure about the car, though… hopefully that will buff out. Via Moparts
This was posted recently on forbbodiesonly.com. Apparently it was the Superbird owner/driver’s fault–a low speed head on while making a left turn. Luckily the owner is ok and it definitely looks fixable. Still, not good…
This story is from a few years back. And I don’t know that it really proves anything. But I’m posting it anyway.
The photo below shows what this beautiful 1969 Dodge Charger looked like before the wreck. If you have the stomach for it, click through to see what the Charger looked like after it got t-boned by a large truck and then slammed into a guard rail. Thankfully the driver was ok. Via RideLust
Take a 1969 Dodge Charger and drive it into a concrete wall at 100 MPH and it will look like this. Not sure this crash test proved much, though, and I can’t find any info on why this test was done. Cars have gotten a lot safer since then, but I doubt a new car could save anyone with that kind of impact. Via StreetLegalTV
Hope the driver was ok. Headline at WCMessenger says she was pinned behind the wheel in a two car crash. We’ve got a pic of the Dart a few days earlier after the jump. Remember that these old cars don’t have much in the way of crumple zones. Wear your seatbelt and drive safe! Via Moparts