My wife's MGB had a roll bar in it when I got it -- not any longer. It was
real easy to hit your head on that thing.
I'll wager you are much more likely to get rear-ended than to roll over.
I'm thinking you are more likely to get skull damage from boppin' yer noggin
on that thing in an accident -- or while under the fierce acceleration a
Spridget is known for -- than from rolling your car.
Now watch me roll the darn thing.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Robert Weeks" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, September 25, 2007 4:21 PM
Subject: Re: [Spridgets] Roll Bar Shipping Cost
This might be a dumb question ( won't be my first and doubt it will be
my last ) but outside of the race track how common is it for a Spridget
to roll over? I rolled a Pinto once when I was young and dumb and
driving like an a**hole but I'm having a hard time imagining that under
normal non-alcohol impaired driving conditions that it would be all that
likely that a Spridget would roll over.
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