NTSA didn't start most of those rules until 1971 - year sound familiar?
It's when all the imports got those huge ugly rubber bumpers to pass the new
standards, or disappeared completely because they couldn't comply.
46 Willys CJ2a
70 Triumph Spitfire - last of the MK3's
http://www.oldjeep.com - Personal website
From: David A. Templeton [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, May 10, 2001 10:43 AM
To: Triumphs@Autox Net (E-mail)
Subject: RE: Lightest Car?
As I thought, the Mini was light ( forwarded from a friend on another
list ). Was the mini not sold in the U.S.? didn't it pass the "National
Highway Traffic Safety Administration" tests??
The mini was around 1,400 pounds. The two key words from below are "CNN" and
See the mini spec for yourself .... http://www.dataphone.se/~fixer/info.htm
David A. Templeton
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