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Rock, The - Auto-Repair Option Avaiable on the Ferrari 355 Berlinetta
This is so obvious you can't miss it!
When Cage is driving the Ferrari and he hit's multiple parking meters. His windshield and hood get's messed up. Yet when the "road train" blows up and is quicky racing towards Cage's stopped Ferrari with the air bag inflated. Auto-repair kicked in and the windshield and hood was fixed.
With that option. I wouldn't mind buying a Ferrari myself
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Eyes, It's so obvious!
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Impulse on 08-15-1999
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Vincent writes:
Actually the airbags were ballons =) The car was an 87 Fiero with a 355 fiberglass rebody, fiero's don't have airbags. It was a kitcar by the manufactuar "Warloc"! pretty obvious when the body falls off the car, LOL! Here's some picZ of similar kits... PS Berlinetta is the coupe model of the 355 the one in the movie was a "spider" So your not one to talk =)
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jen writes:
Who cares if it's a kit car?? IT'S A MOVIE!! The slip up was the windshield which was an error on the continuity person's part. Vincent - lighten up!!
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Homer writes:
Also, common stupidity in movies, airbags are NOT frikkin' balloons, they deflate almost as quick as they inflate, you DON'T need to shoot at it to blow it up.
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mooney27 writes:
I've noticed how easily the body came off the car as soon as it was hit. I don't think I'd pay $100,000+ for a car where the body falls off at any sign of impact. So you can tell it was a kit car
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Sammy writes:
The most accurate kit-car for a ferrari spyder is the fiero but unlike the ferrari, the fiero's body panels are held on by either clips or small exposed bolts so if one gets screwed up, you can easily get the panel off. the windshield thing was stupid though you'd think they would catch something like that and the airbag would actually deflate, but with the body thing, they couldn't accurately replicate a ferrari's crash...besides how do you know it isn't acurate? how many times have you seen a ferrari spyder get totaled?
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bugs writes:
That "road car" is also called a cable car or a tram
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