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Old 09-27-2014, 02:33 PM   #1
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Wicked Witch Of The West Hits Coach!

Hi Everyone,
The Dutch Star won this battle with the wicked witch of the west. It's amazing how fast she (the witch) was going to cause this much damage.
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Old 09-27-2014, 02:47 PM   #2
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Pretty solid hit but to bad for the witch it looks like.
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Old 09-27-2014, 06:37 PM   #3
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What the heck happened? Hope nobody was hurt.

Quick thinking adding the witch!
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Whaddaya expect?? Dorothy's already wearing the Ruby Slippers! That green-skinned bee-otch was bound to get nailed!
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Old 09-28-2014, 09:14 AM   #5
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Hi PDR John,
I have no idea what happened. I think the owner dropped off the coach. There has been no activity around the coach.
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I hope she is dead, cause if not, that will be one ticked off witch.
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It almost looks like a bad tow job by the way the bumper shows damage under it on both sides.
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Old 09-28-2014, 12:32 PM   #8
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So THAT'S what happened to the Witch of the West...oddly, her sister, the Witch of the East, seems to think some train was responsible. No wonder she hasn't found the ruby slippers yet!

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he T boned a car at a red light

i did the same with a friends car guy ran the red light and i all most stoped in time

same thing here you can see the pull lines and where the car tire was turning why it was being pushed

car was coming from his right side OR in a 2 line road some one moved over lanes and again car was on his right pushed the bumper over and spun the car in frunt of him
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You sure you posted to the right thread there, Terry?

I don't see any "pull lines" on the witch's...whatever.
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Wicked Witch Of The West Hits Coach!

I think Terry's on the right track. You can see how the whole bumper assy is pushed over toward the left side of the coach. Look at the body edge lines right and left, you'll see the offset.
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I think Terry is pretty close on his assessment.

Make sure you spray that witch with a hose before working on that rig!!
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Thanks for the laugh,,,, Recall a Broom Hilda comic strip some years ago, The Miracle of St. Whatever's.
The belfry bell had no rope. You see every Saturday night for the last 300 years this old green witch (Broomie) went to the pub and got plastered, and on Sunday morning she flew home on her BONG (as Broomie hits the bell) Broom and hits the bell ringing it.
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