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'60 Chrysler Unibody 3-Wheeled Road Trip

I just posted this - feel free to comment, either here or on YouTube. It's
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Here's the link to the video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EaipkRqI-hA

~Jason

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The Year is 1960.

Automotive manufacturing takes a turn for the better with the invention of the single-framed, unibody car chassis. And to demonstrate the strength and durability of the single-unit design, a team of engineers removes one tire, and takes the three-wheeled car on a journey from Chicago to Detroit.

The interstate journey is possible due to the rigid car frame, and two thousand pounds of ballast engineers put in the trunk.

Driving with one wheel missing would normally result in a traffic violation, but Highway officials grant special permission for this remarkable road trip.

Believe it, or not!

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hmmm

So I wonder what car did the long drive, it at first its a 2 door and they remove the drivers front , then its a four door and the passenger side front is missing .. HMMMM


But still a cool video

The truth is out there..LOL

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