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Old 11-29-2017, 07:47 PM
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NicKey is ready for the Demons.

that's a convertible - that can't be very fast! ;>))
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I saw one on a flat bed last friday in Fullerton.The front end was torn off all the way on the drivers side to the back of the door.Not sure the driver made it out alive.Tom
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I think it's only heresay.Someone told me that no Demons have been delivered and production started a few months ago.I wonder if there is a problem.
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Tell your friend they have delivered around 50 so far!!!No problem really they are just slow .
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Nobody see a slight ressemblance with what happenned with the muscle cars during the 70s? Being on a muscle car forum, I found it was funny to read comments telling that the Demon is dangerous, too fast, not safe written by muscle car lovers.

It's, in part, that kind of propaganda that contributed/started the end of the muscle car era. An HP war between manufacturers, resulting in ''too'' powerfull cars that started to scare ordinary people.

+ those modern muscles are probably 1000% safer than our old muscle cars..

As a french canadian it was hard to put words on my toughts but I think I explained myself pretty well.
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https://www.autoevolution.com/news/t...ed-121413.html

Hot cars.
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Nobody see a slight ressemblance with what happenned with the muscle cars during the 70s? Being on a muscle car forum, I found it was funny to read comments telling that the Demon is dangerous, too fast, not safe written by muscle car lovers.

It's, in part, that kind of propaganda that contributed/started the end of the muscle car era. An HP war between manufacturers, resulting in ''too'' powerfull cars that started to scare ordinary people.

+ those modern muscles are probably 1000% safer than our old muscle cars..

As a french canadian it was hard to put words on my toughts but I think I explained myself pretty well.
Three things killed the Muscle Car Era:

1. Insurance rates
2. Rising cost of gas
3. The EPA

Only the first can be linked to "dangerous cars" for the masses
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Three things killed the Muscle Car Era:

1. Insurance rates
2. Rising cost of gas
3. The EPA

Only the first can be linked to "dangerous cars" for the masses
Yep I know all that. The similarity come from the HP war, too.
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