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28 Dec 2011 19:45 #21764 by Bob Roller
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The picture I saw,if it was J198 showed a badly damaged car and not from any movie scene. I remember seeing one from a movie that showed a "J"with a damaged front fender but as I recall,the caption from the badly damaged car said the driver was nearly killed.

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28 Dec 2011 21:06 #21765 by Chris Summers
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Alright, that's a new one to me. More information, anyone?

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29 Dec 2011 03:12 #21768 by Bob Roller
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Chris,I think the picture I saw was in an ACD Newsletter but don't ask me which one. Didn't I give you most of my old Newsletters??

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29 Dec 2011 03:17 #21769 by Chris Summers
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You did but that photo wasn't in any of them. The only picture I've ever seen of that car in any form of accident was the still shot from "She Had To Eat." Some shots in that film were made using a miniature which still exists and was in a private collection as of a few years ago.

I don't think I've seen the photo Bob mentions. Anyone?

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