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Trippin to Frisco pt.2
I don't know what year this Suburban is but it's newer then a '92 Probably a '05 or newer. My Sub is much older and stronger, but the last STURDY thicker gauge metal Chevy truck came out in '91. After '91 and in some cases 1988 and newer trucks and cars that were compacted in crushers in the wrecking yards they folded up easily. The older trucks would not crunch up so easily on the first go round. This truck pictured here rolled a few times and look how the roof caved in. Note: air bags flappin in the wind. All newer cars and trucks domestic and imports use a thinner gauge metal and more plastic but yet the powers that be want us to think cars and trucks are safer...BULL. in order to achieve the extended gas mileage they make them lighter. Lighter means weaker. weaker means more injuries more deaths. Fuel-efficiency standards on cars — known as Corporate Average Fuel Economy standards, or CAFE, comes at a cost, a very high cost. It will cost you a leg and a arm sometimes a coffin.