One weeknight, while partaking in the usual activity of aimlessly scrolling through my Facebook feed, a particular post caught my eye – “We’re on the hunt for a handful of old cars… Do you own one of these 1993 models?”
Among the models listed was the unmistakable image of a red EB II Falcon, resembling my trusty wagon.
ANCAP, the crash testing aficionados of Australia and NZ, via Wheels, were seeking a handful of vehicles for an upcoming photoshoot. Amazed that my Falcon had qualified for something, I scrambled together an email offering my honest daily driver.
Before too long, a polite reply arrived from Rhianne Robson, graciously inviting the wagon and myself to attend.
The arrogant belief that old cars are stronger is nothing short of rubbish
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