After the Crash (89 pics)

Posted in       29 Sep 2010       13719       17

Many drivers can endlessly speak about how easily some Japanese cars can be damaged in a small car crash. Now it’s time to look at this Korean car – Hyundai Elantra. One sharp turn or unexpected ditch…, and this is what you will get as a result.

 

After the car crash

Car donor

Elantra repairing


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No Name 9 year s ago
It would have been safer to drive the wrecked car than this hacked up piece of shit. This car gets in a wreck again, the people inside will be killed cause it will fold like an accordion at the weak points where its welded together.
       
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fsd 9 year s ago
i am glad they documented their criminal activity
       
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phish 9 year s ago
Welds are not the weak point,when properly repaired, the metal next to the welded areas are usually weaken by the heat transfer during the process of welding. Usually in the process known as clipping(see above pics) the folds and angles serve as stengthing points in the repair to maintain the intigrity and strength of the vehicle. If this process is done in an approved body repair facility, the lose of integrity is minimal and hence, it doesn't fold up like a accordian,!!!! Jackass!!!!!
       
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DJ 9 year s ago
Looks like they listed it for sale. That censored paper on a windshield surely must be a sale add.
       
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shopper 9 year s ago
Phish "Minimal" is not a word i want to hear when it come to the integrity of any vehicle that my life depends on. Jackass!!!!! Have for in your deathtraps stupid.
       
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Mr. Ree 9 year s ago
Why even bother fixing a piece of shit Hyundai? Just buy a replacement car for a few grand. It's not like this was an ultra rare Shelby Cobra or something, it's a run of the mill Elantra.
       
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sharo 9 year s ago
yup, what Mr. Ree said...Just buy new one....it's pointless to repair wrecked car...
       
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sparkler 9 year s ago
^^i was thinking the same thing why the fuck would you fix that piece of shit
       
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Cardriver 9 year s ago
Why would you fix a crap like that when you can buy the same car for the price of the whole repairment :D hahahah
       
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Generale_Russo 9 year s ago
repair a car wrecked like that isn't the best idea. Just buy an old one in good condition and here it goes.
       
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Analphilosopher 9 year s ago
shouldve junked the car
       
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gigantes 9 year s ago
i don't give a crap. it's only a car.

car fuel and coal-burning are the main reasons why civilisation is about to crash, so why should i give a crap?

in a couple years, every car on the planet is going to be junk, anyway...
       
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omloe 9 year s ago
it's not 'repaired'.. it's 're-manufactured'.. just like every cars you buy (but you don't know it)
       
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98 9 year s ago
In Poland everybody will buy it as a non wrecked brand new car.
       
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Piloto loco 9 year s ago
Too bad, there was a lot of potential pots and pans to be made out of this wreck.
       
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<> 9 year s ago
@gigantes, no one fucking cares to hear about your theories! If you are so worried about the world go out and kill some people and then yourself in order to 'off set your carbon footprint'.
       
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