One less 80 series in the world (1 Viewer)

jfz80

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First and Foremost, glad everyone walked away safely.

Sorry for the loss, but cherish the memories and the ones yet to be made.
Id say you got a few things to be thankful for today :D
best wishes and happy motoring in the hundy
 
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RacerLex said:
I've seen several pics of frontal accidents where the airbags dont' deploy so I was surprised when I saw these did.

That's a decent dent there. How do you like the 80 compared to the RR?

I had a 95 RRC that I sold this summer to get a 97 80. RRC drives awesome but its like driving a vehicle made with Legos...you feel something is going to pop at any moment. TLC drives awesome too but I don't worry about something like speed sensors popping off all the time causing abs to fail...both great rigs nevertheless
 
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Glad no one was hurt. Im also in the DC area, I know this sounds kinda strange, but do you know what tow yard or junkyards it at now? I see some parts I need on yours. Sorry if this is to forward
 

PDoyle

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I was under the impression the DC / Maryland / VA area had a pretty good supply of 80's.
I'm sure you didn't have the time to search that far:crybaby:
Still the 100 will do DC well.
 
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Not many clean and well maintained 80s for sale anywhere including the DC area, particularly with OEM lockers. I've looked at several and none were close to the condition I wanted.

The 80 felt the perfect size. The 100 feels a bit too large but maybe I'll get used to it.
 

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