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Torsion-Aire rocks!

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Pretty cool they way they hands-on tortured cars back then.

Of course, ChryCo didn't bother to mention that Torsion-Aire --while indeed good-- was only on the front end; the rear was old-timey leaf springs.

All the damage mentioned/shown via GM cars was in the rear, not the front. Not good of course, but the answer there would not be torsion rods.

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Hilarity ensues when the trunk lid AND THE REAR DOOR fly open on the Cadillac!:lol:

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