outskirtscustoms wrote:TheFlyingDingo wrote:In my opinion those smart cars hold up astoundingly well for what it is.
As long as you remember what it is....(A glorified golf cart). I like a car with some structure and steel to it like they made in the '50's. Just a few examples of common cars you could potentially hit.
Smart vs. Smart = survivable but both cars need repair.
Smart vs. Dodge Neon = survivable but car needs extensive and expensive repair.
Smart vs. Toyota Camry = survivable with injuries probably totaled.
Smart vs. S-10 = survivable with injuries TOTALED
Smart vs. Dodge Ram = Serious injury or death. TOTALED
Smart vs. Semi = Human pinball. You MIGHT find pieces.
'50's car vs. Smart = no injury, laugh, drive home
'50's car vs. Dodge Neon = no injury, replace a headlight then drive home
'50's car vs. Toyota Camry = possible injury, maybe replace a radiator and a few dents
'50's car vs. S-10 = possible injury, Some body damage, repairable
'50's car vs. Dodge Ram = Possible Serious injury Serious body damage but may be fixable.
'50's car vs. Semi = Serious injury probably totaled.
I think you're giving the Neon way too much credit.
It would be nice to drive free again and put the rest away for "a project"