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Discussion in 'Ferrari Discussion (not model specific)' started by Prowler, Feb 2, 2004.

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  2. PSk

    PSk F1 World Champ

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    Gee I hope the driver was actually hurt (er, that did not sound right but hang in there it will make sense soon ;)) as for the firemen to make this much damage ... for a sprained ankle would want me to sue the firemen!

    One of my fears is that happening to my car and for some reason I am knocked out ... I would be very, very pissed off.

    Now ofcourse if my guts were spilt everywhere or I was close to dying that would be different, but if I was awake and could talk ... I will extract myself!!!!! THANKS :)

    I would buy it ... if I had the money, as eventually it would be fixed.

    Pete
     
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    2001, 15 Dec., e-mail from former owner when asked why the Fireman had gone berserk and cut the top off; "the rescue guys (went) full-Straman and cut the top off to get me out. I was resting at the time, and if they'd simply tapped me on the shoulder I'd have climbed out. Oh, well.

    I don't get it....
     
  5. PSk

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    Smacks of BS to me!!!, that story.

    I guess it was brand new and thus insurance was going to get him another anyway, but those machines make a lot of noise and I would have grabbed the guy and made it obvious that it was not necessary.

    Pete
     
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  7. Chiaro_Slag

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    lol, yah - Doesn't make sense to me.
     
  8. Korr

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    I was calmly sitting in my F-40 after it had just been wrecked. I didn't feel the need to climb out in event of fire, or heavens to betsy, check that the other driver was ok.

    With nothing to do, I decided to take a nap. Silly me, but I slept through a team of firemen that were using loud heavy equipment to tear apart my car.

    This is all true!
     

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