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    Default How do they do it?

    Watch the movie
    http://gadgets.qj.net/Check-this-out...g/49/aid/97175
    Last edited by Davandy; 07-18-2007 at 03:51 PM.
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    link is not working for me.....
    Matt
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    Try it a couple of times, it's working on my computer
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    nice, except you loose ur armrest, all your window controls have to now be in the middle, and i guees door switch as well? no speaker on the door...

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    I saw this, and thought it was pretty cool, until I realized if you wanted to get out, you had to wait for the window to go down, then the door to go down. It does go down kinda quick I guess, but not as quick as opening a standard car door, and getting out.

    Simply put, you're not just going to hop out of this vehicle. So you better hope there's never an electrical failure from the fancy door they installed, because then you're not getting out at all.

    It also gets me thinking about what they did under the vehicle to make this work. Are there pockets for the doors to recess into, which will either trap heat from the exhaust, or trap water, sand, and/or salt in the winter?

    I think it was a wise idea for Lincoln to drop this one. Too many undesirable after effects.
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    that is cool looking. more stuff to break but cool
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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailLeadr View Post
    Simply put, you're not just going to hop out of this vehicle. So you better hope there's never an electrical failure from the fancy door they installed, because then you're not getting out at all.
    So what your saying here is if you just made it home with a case of Diarrhea, you be in deep?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Cableguy View Post
    So what your saying here is if you just made it home with a case of Diarrhea, you be in deep?
    thats how it would be.... OH
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    better have some TP in there
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    Sorry Peter. How did I take your thread in such a hideous direction is beyond me....I worked late and need some sleep I guess.

    Boy! Cableguys can be an odd bunch, can't they.
    Last edited by Cableguy; 07-18-2007 at 10:33 PM.



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