not a bad price for a bullet proof car. You can rest easy that you wont get hit from a stray bullet while in your car.
Lmao well at least you'll only get shot in the head :(
Does look really pretty tho, got to give them that. I'd rather have a non-bulletproof version thats hopefully lighter with longer battery life.
Most likly the windows are bullet proof as well so i guess ur safe unless someone from above shoots you... :P
It looks amazing, except for the wheels. I would rather have them tucked away.
Dallas Book Repository, November 22, 1963. Seems like "from above" was pretty effective.
0-60 in 9.5 seconds is sloooooowwwww. My Mustangs gets there in about 5 seconds or less.
Also, it's not gonna be very bullet proof with the top down lol
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lol, 9.5 seconds!!! better hope you are racing away from a geo metro.... lol
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It looks like it should have a Cadillac logo slapped on the front of it. Silly design.
Apparently, a niche market exists for such a car. If the company can make some profit, then more power to them.
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Not bad... However; I would take 0-60 in 3.5 seconds rather then 9.5 seconds... The faster the better right? For getaways I mean...
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i feel like going 0-60 in 3 seconds would offer more bullet dodging ability. that 9.5 seconds your gonna need the bullet proofing.
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