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Remote Name: 126.96.36.199
Date: August 05, 2002
Steve, why can't they do like in the Tucker movie. Instead of using computer (fake) graphics, and all that other stuff you mentioned that is way over my head. Use a real car!? They took a '80's something rear drive Ford LTD, made it look like a Tucker, then used that in the real roll over scene. Why can't a couple of thousand of these Jap/American front wheel drive 'ping pang' cars that's cluttering up the country side be converted into '58 Plymouths for 'real' crashes? I know they used soundtraks. They could make a eight cly sound instead of a rod knockin' four or V-six. I was watching a movie where a dude took of on a Harley (sporster) and the motor sounded something like and old Honda 305!