My dad, as well as I 110% agree. He just loved that car though, and he gained that much more appreciation for the car after wards. We live in Ripon and my dad commutes to Fond du Lac, where the accident happened.It's fantastic that your dad appears to be OK. Guess what they make more of every day? Cars. Not friends, parents, loved ones. Looks like the car did it's job.
I see Wisconsin plates, there. Whereabouts in Wisconsin are you?[/b]
Haha, it's all good. My father, who was a mechanic for over 25 years still occasionally refers to Nissans as Datsuns lol. To your father, all he cared was that it was a large Ford SUV and the Bronco was the dominant Ford SUV for much of his lifetime.As far as the Bronco, it turned out to be a Expedition. Not sure how my dad got bronco out of that, but after the banger, I don't blame him for being confused. Pictures to follow.[/b]
Just have to move on with the gas, but I can attest that it was some damn good coffee though. Had some just after he left. :lol2:Glad he is OK. shame to here about the wasted coffee and gas. Looks like the excellent design kept him safe.[/b]