This is a terrible story but serves as a reminder to those of us that drive classic cars to be extra careful out on the roads. An elderly couple was killed when their 1931 Ford Model A collided head-on with a 2004 Nissan truck. Many cars of yesteryear are no match for the tank-like vehicles we drive today. Seatbelts? What are seatbelts? You pretty much have to get into the late 1960's to see that option in most classic cars, and even then you only have lap belts. Now that good weather is upon us and more classics are out on the road, take extra care – We don't want to lose any car-crazy people in an accident like this.
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